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Bleecker is covered in slush and ice, but you'll find winter comfort on the corner of Perry Street, at the warm and petite pop-up shop manned by menswear specialist Douglas Bryce of Bryce & Co. Their temporary holiday store at 92 Perry St. sells mainly discounted cashmere throws and silk scarves, along with holiday stockings.
The Holiday Store is packing up on January 3, leaving only a limited amount of luxurious home goods left for sale, all of which is heavily discounted. A customer favorite is the Clemont Throw, handwoven and made from a 100% cashmere featherweight plain weave. The 50-by-70 throws are perfect for travel and available in standard colors as well as brighter limited edition colors; they are on sale for $250 from the original $375 at the opening of the store in November. Also on sale are 4-ply half-wool, half-cashmere throws handwoven in a warm herringbone patterns, on sale for $195 from $399.
If you're looking for a more specialized gift for yourself or a friend, Bryce offers up a wide collection of $95 silk scarves, a surprise favorite according to the designer. All the silk scarves, plus pocket squares (three for $65), are individually handmade in NYC. And the art that currently decorates the cozy green walls of the tiny shop is on sale as of Wednesday, December 23. The hand-drawn and painted works by Fabio Morelli go for $125-$200, originally $350-$500.
· Bryce and Co Pop-up Shop Sale [Fashion Prospectress]
· Bryce & Co [Official Site]