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Up until recently, Save Khaki occupied three storefronts downtown: One on Broome Street, one on Lafayette, and another on Greenwich Ave. Back in September, they announced the lease for the Broome Street store was up and wouldn't be renewed, and it turned into Save Khaki Surplus. Today, Bowery Boogie reports that the store has officially closed for good, and there's not much left except an "un-rented shell of a space."
The other two stores are still up and running, and Bowery Boogie points out that Broome Street might be kind of unlucky: They recall three recent storefront shuffles that include the swap of Miss Lonelyhearts for Old Hollywood.
· Save Khaki United Shutters 254 Broome Store [Bowery Boogie]
· Vintage-Inspired Boutique Old Hollywood Is Coming to Broome [Racked NY]