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This past December, the Swedish brand Dunderdon announced that its founder, Per-Ivan Hagberg, passed away after a long battle with cancer. The company wrote on its blog: "He was a talented visionary, builder, innovator, friend and father. Dunderdon will not be the same without him." Following the news, the decision has been made to close the Soho store at 25 Howard Street.
Currently, everything in the store is marked down up to 50% off, and as of last week, we heard there was still a good selection of sizes in outerwear and shirts left. If you're planning to stop by to scope it out, you might want to do so soon: The store's last day of business will be January 13th.
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