In God We Trust Closes Its 153 Ludlow Store

Posted on: March 2nd, 2011 at 6:09 am by

Local boutique mini-empire In God We Trust has just ceded its claim on the Lower East Side.  Proprietor-slash-designer Shana Tabor first opened the 350 square-foot store at 153 Ludlow Street in early September 2008, just before everything pretty much went to shit.  Her reign in this heavily-trafficked section of Hell Square officially concluded last week. One leasing sign now hangs above the entrance.

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Farewell cards are taped in triplicate to the windows behind the shuttered security gate, each with the same message:

February 21, 2011 – As our lease comes to a close, the doors of our Lower East Side location will be closed for all of eternity.  I know, we’re sad too.  Look out for our relocation! Meanwhile, shop online or another location.

Meanwhile, another cardboard sign urges patrons to visit the SoHo shop at 265 Lafayette Street.

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