Tiina the Store is closing forever. Or is it?
Her fashion paragon is Georgia O’Keeffe. And the shop Tiina Laakkonen ran for over a decade from a frame house on Route 27 in Amagansett, N.Y., halfway between East Hampton and Montauk, seems like the sort of place where you could imagine the legendary artist augmenting her chic if austere wardrobe — that is, if Georgia O’Keeffe had been dressed by the Row.
The shop, called Tiina the Store, offered a finely honed selection of minimalist, often eye-poppingly costly, designs for men and women — brands like Toogood, Arts & Science, Arpenteur or Dosa; heritage labels like Bergfabel, Elgin of Scotland and
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