A wing and a layer.. The Scene Next to the posturing of Odeon you'll find its polar opposite, Shack, a bare-bones space with cement floors and walls, where rusted tools hang on the walls and you almost expect someone to walk out and start milking a cow. Ah, but you are not in Kansas anymore, and there are no overalls here.
The Goods Few things are sized, and while we appreciate the sense of democracy, this means that petites will end up looking like they've been wrapped in swaddling clothes. Shack's aesthetic is "if you like it, keep layering." There are skirts to wear over pants, or over other skirts, and addictive dresses that look good solo--or with another few underneath. High quality fabrics (silk organza, soft washed wools) ensure that you won't look like a complete fool. But looking like a postmodern pioneer doesn't come cheap. By the time you've layered a few pieces, expect to have dropped at least a grand.