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Carroll Gardens Salon Is One Stop Shopping

By , 21 April, 2012, No Comment

A few weeks ago, we wrote up sleek new salon Danka Panka down on south Court (519 Court St.), . And though we briefly mentioned its outreach into retail, we didn’t realize what fantastic taste the crew had until we saw the variety of beauty products, clothing, jewelry, towels and even summer taple top items. So to give you a quick preview, here’s a few pics of what to expect if you decide to stop in for a mini shopping spree. Oh, and as another heads up, expect cupcake and sweets whiz The Treats Truck to open next door very soon.

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Carroll Gardens Pop-Up Clothing Store This Weekend

By , 24 February, 2012, No Comment

This weekend, come by the ArtsCetera space (212 Smith st.) for the holy trinity of a clothing pop-up store. Bundle, Mint Julep and Pure T Maternity will combine inventory to help you pick out the coolest women’s, kid’s and maternity garb at 50-to-75-percent off. The event will run from 10am to 6pm om Sat and Sun, 25 and 26 February.

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Carroll Gardens Gets Levi’s Pop-Up Boutique

By , 15 February, 2012, No Comment

image via Racked NY

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Sometimes shopping is funny in this hood. No doubt you’ll find the hippest clothing and accessories at our upscale boutiques. But sometimes, just unearthing the basics can be tough. So here’s a small compromise: Levi’s Made & Crafted, the brand’s premium line of denim, is now available in a pop-up shop in the back of the handsome retailer, Smith & Butler (225 Smith St.). According to Racked NY, “The spring 2012 collection is inspired by Levi’s catalogs from the late ’60s, as well as the west coat prep sported by Steve McQueen and Jacqueline Bisset in the 1968 police drama Bullitt.” The pop-up won’t close until summer, so no need to bum-rush for your denim fix.