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Update: Spiritual America Is Moving, So Shop the Sale

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Local indie favorite Spiritual America announced via e-mail last night that it's leaving 5 Rivington Street, its home of three years. Further details weren't specified—we've reached out to staff about where they're headed next, and will update when we hear back.

In the meantime, shop plenty of current-season items in store (and online) at 40%—75% off retail prices—that includes brands like Derek Lam 10 Crosby, Ace & Jig, Objects Without Meaning, Shaina Mote, and Gat Rimon. Happy holidays? Indeed.

Update: Spiritual America owner Claire Lemétais wrote in to Racked this morning: "We are very excited as Spiritual America will be expanding to a better, bigger, nicer space very soon," adding that she "can't reveal the new location just yet, but will keep you posted as soon as it's official!"

"We've had three amazing years on Rivington Street and are just ready for an upgrade," she concluded.

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