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Rugby's former Bleecker Street shop has found a new tenant, albeit a temporary one. Club Monaco has just opened up a beachy pop-up shop in the space, which is solely dedicated to the sales of all things summer: sundresses, lightweight skirts, tops, beach cover ups, shorts, and more.
To round out the offerings, the store will also carry denim from 7 For All Mankind, Mystique and Havaianas flip-flops, Vix and Toschi bathing suits, and Selima sunglasses. According to a press release, "The boutique encompasses the months of April, May, and June, and each month combines classic white apparel with accents of color to evoke and overall summer feeling." There's also a big pile of sand in the window—though tempting, you should probably try to refrain from dipping your toes in it.
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