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Casual basics meet luxury with cashmere-blend tees at Kit and Ace (151 Water St., Kitandace.com). Founded by Shannon and J.J. Wilson (wife and son of Lululemon’s Chip), the Gastown pop-up (scheduled to be replaced by a flagship in early winter) showcases the initial duo-tone t-shirt collection — white and grey for ladies, black and navy for men — soon to be followed by a full line of tops and bottoms.
Why we love it: In-store designer Laura incorporates customer feedback into future designs, and coming soon, complimentary tailoring.