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If you were confused by that untitled mystery store that set up shop in Jill Roberts' vacated Beverly Drive boutique, we've got your answer. A men's clothing and accessories pop-up shop has taken over the space, offering a limited but noteworthy selection of indie designer labels both global and local. Though the store is indeed without a name, its inventory sounds strangely familiar to that Inago shop on West 3rd St that shuttered a few years back. In any case, the "Sales Event" banner draped in front pretty much sums it up, as almost all merch is marked down to 40 to 60% off original prices.
On the racks are suit separates in scattered sizing from U.S. brands like Paper Denim & Cloth, Duckie Brown and The Cast NYC, plus international labels like Heike Jarick, Filippa K and Inago, with prices ranging from $175 to pants to $256 to $1,198 for jackets. In addition, find shirts and denim from Buffalo David Bitton, shoes and sandals ($48 to $120) from Repetto, Sanuk and Macbeth, plus a handful of leather goods.
Staff tells us the men's merch will hold court at the space for a few more weeks; after that, they may switch over to offering only women's designer apparel and accessories. Check out more photos inside after the jump and stay tuned for more deets.
The pop-up is open Mondays through Saturdays from 12pm to 6pm and Sundays from 12pm to 5pm.
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