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After 15 months at 164 Havemeyer Street, East of the Mississippi is packing it in for good. The Parsons graduate founders of the Williamsburg boutique that featured indie designers from all over the East Coast (guess where they draw the line) are moving onto other projects and officially closing on July 10th, according to its creative director.
In the meantime, you can shop everything that’s left both online and in store — where you can also negotiate for furnishings — starting at 50% off. Below, we’ve highlighted some of our favorite pieces.
Sterling silk column dress, $103.50 (was $345)
Poupette Love ring, $40 (was $100)
Brass No. 4 geometric mobile, $7 (was $23)
Rebecca Atwood navy grid shibori pillow, $47.70 (was $159)
New York or Nowhere sweatshirt in grey, $37.50 (was $75)
Black saddle crossbody bag, $62.50 (was $125)
Raleigh Denim Workshop Gates jeans, $106 (was $265)
GENMGFCO rainbow tybee leather jump rope, $24 (was $80)
Poupette MJ mini charm wrap bracelet, $24 (was $65)
Upstate Mars Bianca dress, $106.80 (was $356)
Psyche X necklace, $59.20 (was $148)