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Tomorrow, the sisters behind jewelry line Dannijo are launching a pop-up shop at 27 Prince Street in Nolita. The 600-square-foot space used to be the home of the original Ray's Pizza (the actual original, not any of the dozens of copycats), but its new incarnation sounds just a tad sparklier.
Women's Wear Daily reports that the shop features "a chandelier dedicated to the brand's signature bib necklaces," as well as an in-store exclusive collection and Dannijo favorites in new colorways. Along with the sisters' jewelry and iPhone cases, you'll be able to shop antique accessories, bags, and even some French labels. The store stays open through Sunday, December 30.
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