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SOHO—Nylon has a few more details about the Acne store that'll be moving into the former Cloak space at 10 Greene Street this month. "In addition to serving as the flagship for Acne Film, Acne Creative, Acne JR, Acne Digital, and Acne Paper, the boutique—which has a Swedish Gustavian aesthetic (painted 18th-century furniture, antique accoutrements)—will stock the brand’s ready-to-wear and accessories collections, and, of course, jeans." They also mention that the space is only 100 square feet—which seems impossibly small. [Nylon]
BOCOCA—Smith Street's about to get a tattoo parlor. Cobble Hill Blog reports that Brooklyn Tattoo is moving from a storefront in Brooklyn Heights to 99 Smith, right next door to the recently-revamped St. Claire Diner. The new location is slated to open April 10th. [Cobble Hill Blog]