Crops for Girls Relocating from Orchard Street

Posted on: September 27th, 2010 at 6:14 am by

An alarming sign for women of all ages who frequent Crops for Girls at 154 Orchard Street. Literally. New leasing signage has recently taken up residence inside the window of the second-floor salon. But, rest assured, it’s not all bad news. Indeed, the hair salon is relocating further north in the coming months.

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Just days after the leasing sign went up, another quickly appeared beside it. An announcement of the move. Crops for Girls will reopen at 437 East Ninth Street on December 1.

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Crops and Girls, rather unsurprisingly, caters exclusively to women who desire short haircuts. The fairly nondescript operation has been on Orchard Street for over five years, and is operated by veteran scissors-man Michael. He’s garnered quite the reputation on Yelp from faithful clientele for always delivering.

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