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Timeless and functional Finnish apparel and homewares arrive in New York's vibrant Nolita neighborhood.

A New York outpost for a Finnish favorite: The Samuji store in Lower Manhattan is the brand’s first stand-alone to open outside of Helsinki. Holding true to Samuji’s founding principles of functionality, quality and timelessness, the shop’s design also celebrates its heritage and influences. With a mix of Finnish and Japanese architectural details and interiors from designer Ana Kraš, the store presents Samuji’s full collection of womenswear, accessories and homewares.

Samuji
12 Prince Street
New York, NY 10012
United States

You can also find Samuju in Helsinki at Erottajankatu 9B, 00130 Helsinki, Finland.

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