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- The Eston CDZ Cardigan in Eschelon Alpaca Wool Blend, $295
- The Stephan Shirt ($195—$225) in Black Bird Jacquard (shown)and Sorle Multi
- The Haydin Pant ($195—$245), notably in the wool cotton cashmere blended fabric (
- The Rodolf Jacket in Wolcott Wool Cotton Blend, $575
- The Toska C Top , $255
- The Jaidyn SV Sweater in Avalon Wool Blend, $345
- The Lanai Jacket in Matte Velveteen Stretch Cotton Velvet, $415
- The Piall L Pant in Danish Leather, $995
- The Theyskensʹ Theory Jousse Jacket in Stucco, $795
- Datyah Coat in Marne Shearling, $2,675
It seems like it's been a long time coming, but Theory's Walnut Street location officially opened on Friday, October 25. The New York-based contemporary fashion label took over Joan Shepp's former location at 1616 Walnut Street with a full spread of minimalist finds for both men and women. In fact, a new shipment of men's apparel is already on its way to the new store. "We'll have leather jacket styles and several men's outerwear styles," promises store manager Kait Falconer. "And we'll always have all of the essential sweaters, tees, and henleys." Guys can also expect shoes from Common Projects and Rag & Bone.
As for the ladies, more leather styles are soon to arrive at the Rittenhouse Row store, which will also house women's bottoms from Rag & Bone, AG, and Jbrand, plus jewelry from Dannijo and Giles & Brother. Scroll through the gallery for a peek at ten items currently in-stock at Theory Walnut Street that Falconer recommends Philly shoppers buy right now.
· Theory [Official Site]
· Walnut Street Retail Is Hot, Hot, Hot [Racked Philly]
· Madewell's Head of Design Picks 5 Must-Haves for Fall in Philly [Racked Philly]