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LOWER EAST SIDE—Narnia Vintage has taken over the vacant storefront at 129 Rivington Street for a "mega sale" on carefully chosen vintage. This is the fifth temporary store for the space, which has turned into a sort of rotating pop-up shop—in fact, Narnia probably got the idea from its neighbor Honey in the Rough, which occupied #129 back in November. The sale runs through January 16th; hours run from noon to 8pm daily. [Bowery Boogie]
SOHO—Sample Sally found further reductions on sale merchandise when she stopped by Sigerson Morrison on Prince Street yesterday. The label has taken another 15% off shoes already marked down 50%, both in-store and online. That translates to tall boots for $296 to $455, ankle booties for $211 to $227, and ballet flats for $211 to $253. [Sample Sally]