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After over two years, Marmalade Vintage will close up its lengthy Mott Street pop-up shop. The store settled in the space back in 2010, and will remain there until mid-June. (Earlier in 2010, Marmalade also departed its longtime home on Ludlow Street and took up a corner inside the now-gone TG-170.)
An email sent around by the store yesterday informs that its not all bad news: "Now is the time for first dibs on inventory markdowns!! Many items are $25 -$60. Vintage silk and cotton dresses, high-waisted skirts and trousers, print-happy rompers, sandals, boots, pumps, lace up booties, '70s swim suits, handbags, summer bags, random designer items, and more." Stop by anytime from June 1st through the 7th to cash in, and stay tuned for news about a future location.
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