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Now Open: Inago Men's Department Debuts

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Formerly a boutique restricted to women's apparel and accessories, Inago has unveiled its men's department in the former Meg space. The shop wanted to clarify that it is simply part of Inago—not Inago Masculine, despite the signage on the storefront. Area Supervisor Leah McFadden told Racked: "Our current plans are to combine both spaces at the beginning of the year. Until then, women's and men's departments will have separate entrances."

You'll find more casual fare in the men's section, as compared to its sister next door—vegan MacBeth sneakers for $72-$89, Grnappletree hats for $46, Filippa K ties for $98-$128, Heike Jarick linen pants with sash belt ($289), Brown Sound lightweight button-down cord shirts ($89) and Paper Denim and 5EP jeans on discount for $65-$95. There are also dressier options in a pair of tuxedo-inspired trousers by Tomer ($310) and a Filippa K tuxedo shirt ($234) and myriad blazers. The new section definitely offers up solid basics, but there are also ample options for those who like to dress a bit left of center.
· Storecasting: Inago Masculine on West 3rd Street [Racked]