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A Vintage Moving Sale, Doc Martens in Williamsburg, and More to Know

Quick takes on the retail news making headlines in New York City.

Melodie Jeng

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SOHO—Ahead of its relaunch in Williamsburg next month, Amarcord has decided to have a moving sale at its outgoing 252 Lafayette Street location after all. The entire store is up to 60% off, and newly stocked clothing is 20% off, accessories are 20% off, and the jewelry is 10% off. Brands you'll find include Alexander McQueen, Prada, Commes des Garcons, Yohji Yamamoto, Dior, Givenchy, and YSL. We've been assured that you can find anything from a $40 Prada piece to an Alexander McQueen item for $60.

LOWER EAST SIDE—After months and months of renovations, Claw Money's store on the corner of Ludlow and Delancy streets is back in business, Bowery Boogie is reporting. The landlord had been making changes to the front of the store.

WILLIAMSBURG—The Dr. Martens store at 193 Bedford Avenue is introducing itself to the neighborhood with music from The Misshapes, food from The Meatball Shop, and drinks from Braven Brewery from 6pm to 9pm this Friday. Bedford + Bowery has more details.