Dagny + Barstow Opening at 264 Bowery This Week

Posted on: February 8th, 2012 at 6:41 am by

Fall Fashion Week 2011 was the initial launch date slated for Dagny + Barstow at 264 Bowery, but owing to some ill-timed hiccups with the DOB, the Lower East Side outpost didn’t materialize in time for the events.  Co-owners Meredith Blank and Emily Titelman instead worked some frontier medicine and transported their concept crosstown to the Meatpacking District for a pop-up shop, which, until now, was the hub of operations.  We later learned that the store would open around this time.

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All the while, however, interior renovations were quietly underway on the Bowery. The temporary boutique store closed last week, with a sign in the windows beckoning customers to visit 264 Bowery instead.

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Photo Credit: Dagny + Barstow Facebook

A Facebook wall post announces a store launch of sometime this week, while a Boogie birdie maintains the store will feature artwork by local creatives Maya Hayuk and Shelter Serra.

Let’s just hope this arrival doesn’t affect one of our favorites – Globe Slicers.

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