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INA has just opened its doors in Union Square, making it the consignment store's sixth location as well as its largest. The "super store," as it branded itself in an email announcing the opening, boasts 3,600 square feet and caters to both men and women.
While the stores typically consign higher-end names—their list of acceptable designers includes Chloé, Balenciaga, Judith Leiber, and Rag & Bone—they'll now also be accepting what they're dubbing as "secondary brands." That includes J. Crew, BCBG, Urban Outfitters, Uniqlo, Diesel, Theory, Banana Republic, Express, and Anthropologie.
So if you haven't started your spring cleaning yet, you basically have no excuse now.
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