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Hathenbruk: A New Addition to the 9th and 9th neighborhood

November 11, 2016

A Visit to Hathenbruk Boutique

 

The intersection at Harvey Milk Bvld and 9th south (formally known as 9th and 9th) is a modern mecca for culture and art.  Boutiques abound, with restaurants and coffee shops filling in the gaps.  Just being on the corner you can feel the energy that permeates the neighborhood.

Magazines to inspire your style

Magazines to inspire your style

On this hip little corner, men’s boutique Hathenbruck, is the new neighbor.  Hathenbruck has already made a name for itself in the local street fashion scene with its previous store front just behind main street in Park City.  The friendly and knowledgeable owner/designer Kaleb, has moved his shop out of the mountains and into the big city.  His new store front is the first of many promising little shops that lie in a newly renovated building at 925 E  and 900 S. This building will truly fit in with the 9th and 9th vibe!

Style Salt Lake City

Great selection of street wear framed in a clean, beautiful boutique for men.

Hathenbruck provides a unique blend of relaxed and high end street wear in a clean minimalist styled space. The shop consists of about half house designed items and half designer items from around the world.  Whether your style shows your sophistication or your love for action sports there is something for you.  It was great to see Swedish brand Acne and Japan’s Visvim alongside a local designer!

Designer Hats

Unique designer accessories.

Salt Lake City never fails to impress with its wide variety of boutique clothing shops.  Hathenbruck will be welcome to the family with its great design and atmosphere.  With so many great shops in the vicinity, we can’t think of a better way to spend a Saturday afternoon than experiencing the things the Harvey Milk blvd neighbor hood has to offer.

Hathenbruck
925 East 900 South Unit 102
Salt Lake City, UT
84105

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