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Another vintage shop has landed in Nolita. The Clothing Warehouse, an Atlanta-based chain, took over the space that had housed importer Gates of Morocco at 8 Prince Street. "Roughly equal numbers of men and women were browsing the shelves when we dropped in — a testament to the impressive selection of plaid shirts, fifties workwear, and leather jackets...The real draw is the dresses, just in time to brighten up your spring wardrobe: sequined eighties frocks, kitschy sixties prints, and neon minidresses for around $60 apiece." [The Cut]