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Mon-Sat, 11am-8pm; Sun, noon-7pm
Nearby Subway Stops
A, B, C, D, E, F, M at W. 4th St.-Washington Sq.; L at Sixth Ave.
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This venue is closed.
Vintage and vintage-inspired new clothing fill this pristine, organized boutique. Previously worn items are meticulously arranged by color and labeled with the date acquired by the shop. Jeans from bygone eras hang together—from Lee overalls to eighties Crazy Horse high-waisted pants. Flowing prairie dresses, Jackie-O–worthy brocade shifts, and taffeta party gowns start at $85, while Charles Patou silver sling-backs go for half that much. Shoppers can find silk scarves from YSL and Givenchy, intricate brooches, pearl-studded coin purses, and more unusual accessories like cloches and fedoras. There’s even a selection of classic four-wheeled roller skates. Those who love the vintage look but want new garments can choose from three lines of vintage-inspired originals designed by the shop owners. The 9 Greenwich line offers casual daytime looks like color-block cap-sleeve dresses for well under $100. For more panache, there are White Label’s rich fabrics and old-world silhouettes, and Remake/Remodel, which incorporates vintage fabrics into new dresses and tops.Sales
Back of the store has sales of last-season’s clothing for 35-75% off.
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