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In the latest round of LES boutique musical chairs, Ferality Show has opened at 62 Clinton Street, replacing menswear shop, Spec. While the name may conjure up images of stray cats roaming the mean streets of New York City, Ferality Show is a boutique offering contemporary women's and men's wear. According to the shop's website, Ferality Show offers "apparel ranging from premium streetwear to high-end contemporary designers, a fresh blend of American labels and International brands. Our fashions are timeless, comfortable and impeccably made." Labels on tap include: Torn by Ronny Kobo, streetwear line 10Deep, Toms and the boutique's own knitwear line named, well, "Line". The boutique is now open for business Tuesdays through Sundays and will officially open with a reception on Thursday, July 15th.
· Ferality Show Now Open at 62 Clinton [Bowery Boogie]
· Ferality Show [Official Site]
· Ferality Show [Facebook]