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Zachary's Smile has been supplying both classic and reworked vintage to downtown shoppers for the past decade, but storeowner Kristi Paras has revealed that she'll be closing up the West Village location in about a month. Since the Noho shop shuttered back in 2010, that leaves zero Zachary Smile's in New York City.
However, there are two upsides. First, Paras already has a new, yet-unannounced endeavor in the works. And second, the store is closing with a big, huge sale. Starting now, all of the merchandise is marked down up to 75% off. All vintage shoes are $15, all vintage boots are $25, and all vintage silk scarves—and we've been told there are hundreds—are just $12. The sale will wrap up on March 3rd, and if you'd prefer to shop it in private, the store is also taking appointments to view the rare pieces, like 1920s and 1930s gowns, cocktail dresses, and lingerie.
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