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Will Femia, 10/10/08
Tria has always been one of the best booths at Artists and Fleas, the Williamsburg flea market on North 6th Street, so we were excited to see that the shop has expanded into a brick-and-mortar store. Located on a still-quiet stretch of Grand Street between Bedford and Berry, Tria carries vintage clothing, vintage jewelry and an enormous collection of hats by a Chanel-trained milliner named Ryan Wilde. The store's collection of boots and dresses isn't particularly groundbreaking for Williamsburg, but the accessories stand out, especially for anyone in need of an extravagant hat.
· Tria [Official Site]
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