Slackerwear Brand ‘OnePiece’ is Opening a Pop-Up on Lafayette Street

Posted on: November 6th, 2015 at 5:10 am by
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Tiny Empire has some retail company at 234 Lafayette Street (aka 63 Spring). Even after the trendy juice bar moved to the block in July, the remaining half of the enormous commercial space sat empty. The vacancy was just filled, albeit temporarily. A new pop-up shop is on the way.

OnePiece, the Norweigen minimalist apparel company founded in 2007, is headed for this corner of SoHo. The window leafing is already in place, teasing forthcoming store hours.

OnePiece is a self-described “slacker” brand that specializes in its namesake. A one piece jumpsuit that melds sweatpants and hoodie together. They’ve branched out into other goods as well, including shorts, sweaters, jackets, and underwear.

So, who’s gonna actually buy these jumpsuits let alone wear them in public?

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