Two hours north of New York City by Amtrak is a little town called Hudson. Founded in 1785, Hudson has survived many identities: working-class town, crack-slinger's delight, and now a weekend getaway place for exhausted New Yorkers. It's a town that offers more than a few solid restaurants, as well as home decor shops that sell Buddha-head sculptures for $5000 a pop. It also has: friendly dogs, ice cream cones, and sunsets best viewed from a promenade. Clothing stores are few and far between, but there is one little shop at the end of Warren Street that carries a clean, avant-garde collection of items for men and women. That shop is Kasuri.
More to come after the reporter returns from vacation.