Ferality Show Now Open at 62 Clinton Street

Posted on: June 18th, 2010 at 6:33 am by

There is some boutique turnover to report at 62 Clinton Street.  Spec was the previous tenant here, opening in 2005 with a collection of casual men’s outerwear from different Japanese labels.  The shop had a decent run of about four years before calling it quits last December.  But there is a new kid on the block, as it were.

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Ferality Show just opened in the ground level of 62 Clinton last week, after months in the making.  The boutique shop specializes in men’s and women’s “contemporary apparel.”  More on the store, per its owner:

On the well stumbled streets of the Lower East Side, we offer apparel ranging from premium streetwear to high-end contemporary designers, a fresh blend of American labels and International brands. Our fashions are timeless, comfortable and impeccably made. As we pull ourselves up by the bootstraps we support designers who do the same, ensuring that we remain fixedly ahead of the curve.

A reception on July 15 kicks off the official grand opening of the store.

Ferality Show, 62 Clinton Street, (212) 387-8540

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