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NOHO—The Choosy Beggar has some gorgeous hat photos from the Selima sale on Bond Street. "At $150 a pop, these pieces ain't cheap," he writes, but "they are capable of transforming your whole style." Glasses from Cutler & Gross for $75 are pretty great too. [TCB; Dealfeed]
CHELSEA—The church-turned-nightclub-turned-classy-mall launch of the season—nay, of the year—has been delayed yet again, reports The Cut. Last we heard, the Limelight Marketplace was due to open April 29, but now it's been pushed back to May 7. Per the Cut: "When we visited the space last week, it was very much a construction zone. The dramatic cathedral ceiling and stained-glass windows were coated in dust. The wallpaper was up for Brocade Home (a design outfit we’re very excited about) and It’s Sugar had begun to frame their space with candy. But the nooks for Hunter Boots, LeSportsac, Lulu Denim, the J. Sisters salon, and the sizable gourmet marketplace on the ground floor, had a long way to go." [The Cut]