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Now Open: Vince in Nolita Gets the Green Light

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This Saturday, luxe-casual label Vince opened its second New York outpost on the corner of Prince and Elizabeth Streets in Nolita. Vince specializes in high-quality—and, as Cintra Wilson has noted, high-priced—basics, which means the dark and inviting store is packed with silky t-shirts, tie-belt cardigans, and black tunics splattered with muted sequins. (Most expensive thing we saw: $800 leather leggings.) While the brand's trademark Kelly green paper is off the shop windows, by the way, the color hasn't disappeared entirely: It pops up in the form of certain mannequins, who make it look very chic with their big plastic glasses and artfully draped sweaters.

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