Kilim is a joy. And I'm going to wreck the thrill explaining why. From the outside, I thought it was a really kooky junk shop. And it kind of is. Certainly the window display is stacked full of tacky Jesus mirrors and religious memorabilia, jet black mannequins cleary borrowed from somewhere in Africa. I'm loving it.
Go in, and there were three old African women at the back. And it...more