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Ceramic Garlands on Sale; Hand-Painted Men's Shorts Hit J.Crew

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EAST VILLAGE—Me + Ro founder Michele Quan left the jewelry line to design earthy, Buddhism-inspired ceramic garlands, and this weekend they go on sale at the Bowman Bloom Gallery on E. 7th Street. Get a single small-bead garland for $100 to $300 (down from $300 to $600.) Double garlands go for $350 to $600 (down from $500 to $900) and big, full strands of beads are $500 to $1250 (down from $3000 to $6000.) The sale runs Saturday from noon to 7pm and Sunday from 1pm to 5pm at 95 E. 7th Street. [Racked Inbox]

TRIBECA AND SOHO—Breaking news from the J.CrewWire: "30 minutes ago 20 pair of limited edition hand-painted shorts were delivered to the J.Crew Liquor Store in Tribeca and the J.Crew Men's Shop in Soho. The shorts were hand-painted by a member of the J.Crew men's design team in our New York office—no two pair are alike." They retail for $148, but you can find similar styles online or in stores for $75. [Racked Inbox]

Bowman Bloom Gallery

95 E. 7th Street, New York, NY