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After closing up its year-long pop-up at The Hole gallery on Bowery this August, Sleepy Jones—Andy Spade's line of cheerful "not-quite-ready-to-wear"—quietly opened a permanent shop at 25 Howard Street. In addition to tees that double as lazy Halloween costumes, the store stocks artist-designed loungewear, like a pajama set by director-slash-graphic-designer Mike Mills (aka Mr. Miranda July) screen-printed with sleeping pills.
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· Sleepy Jones Takes Lazy Halloween Costumes to the Next Level [Racked NY]