Dover Street Market New York Celebrates Two Years With A Bunch Of Collaborations

The New York location celebrates two years

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Dover Street Market opened its New York location two years ago and for the occasion, they've decided to enlist a bunch of designers to make some products to celebrate. The likes of Undercover, Craig Green, Harris Wharf, Sacai, Gitman Brothers and Common Projects got in on the action and made limited-edition items along with a bunch of other names.

If you're a DSM devotee, you might want to pick something up to show your loyalty. You might want to pick something up even if you're not a devoted follower too. I don't know, man. That's your choice to make. The Undercover joints are cool if you're going for that can't-be-bothered-to-wear-anything-other-than-black look and have some combat boots you've worn for six years and are falling apart. The funfetti Common Projects Achilles aren't bad if you're a little quirky and same goes for the Gitman shirts with the sort of ironic "I Love New York" pattern on the chest pocket. Most of the pieces don't look like they're celebrating DSM super explicitly. So it's not like you'd be wearing those "2000" glasses from New Years Eve and look totally outdated when you wear one of these pieces a couple years from now.

Most of the collections are still available, so head to DSM if you're on the lookout. 

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