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PARK SLOPE—The brownstone Brooklyn vintage explosion continues with Pony, which just joined the Slope's eleven other fashion resale shops. Which eleven? A tipster runs through the list: "Odd Twin, Beacon's Closet, Guvnor's, Eponymy, Yona Lee, Housing Works, m.a.e., Monk, Life Emporium, Lulu's for kids, Two Lovers and now this one. Seems like a new great vintage store opens every couple months!" [Here's Park Slope]
MANHATTAN—No-brand quality goods alert! Muji is now taking 30% off spring/summer clothing for men and women. [Racked Inbox]
SOHO—And speaking of no-brand quality goods: Kiosk is about to launch a new exhibit. The shop, at 95 Spring Street, carries well-designed everyday objects from different regions of the world. The latest show centers around India, and it kicks off with a launch party this Thursday, June 23, from 7pm to 9pm. It's impossible to predict exactly what Indian wonders they'll have on display, but things we've bought and cherished from Kiosk in the past include a jump rope, orange-scented granola, and pipe cleaners (they make good cat toys.) [Racked Inbox]