By  on June 18, 2019

NEW YORK — Walking into Emily Adams Bode’s Chinatown studio is a little like visiting grandma’s attic. The cramped space in the walk-up building on East Broadway is chock full of antique quilts, tobacco labels, horse ribbons and a hodgepodge of other early American artifacts that provide the first glimpse into the heritage-skewed men’s wear that has put the young designer on the map.

And how. Bode’s brand might be only three years old, but she already has received more accolades than designers who have been around for decades.

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