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If you’re dedicated to the indie boutique scene in New York City, then you’ve surely come across Ace & Jig at least a few times, and might even have some in your closet. The label is run by two friends has Brooklyn roots and is easily identifiable by its seemingly haphazard (but totally intentional) crisscrossed patterns and bold prints. It can be found in stores as diverse at Barneys and Bird, but for the first time ever, the brand is hosting its own pop-up shop — and even better? Everything will be on sale.
Designers Jenna Willson and Cary Vaughan are kicking off Ace & Jig's end-of-season sale with a four-day residency at 44 Mercer Street that begins with a party on Thursday, June 16th at 5 p.m. It's not only your first chance to snag the sale pieces, but you can also grab snacks and rosé and get a (temporary) white henna tattoo on your arm.
Can’t make it on Thursday? Stop by through the weekend: It’ll be open on Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Below, check out some of the styles you'll be able to shop.