Lisa Shaub Millinery Opens Pop-Up Inside Ellen at 123 Ludlow

Posted on: May 22nd, 2012 at 6:18 am by

Handmade hats have found their way into Ludlow Street boutique mainstay, Ellen.

Beginning in 1998, Lisa Shaub spent thirteen years crafting stylish hats in Little Italy, and its eventual transformation into the fashionista haven of Nolita. Much of that tenure was spent occupying a retail space at 232 Mulberry Street, with its final days in 2011 at 73 Spring Street.  It was a short stay there.

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According to the latest monthly newsletter, the Lisa Shaub Millinery now has a temporary residence inside vintage threads shop Ellen at 123 Ludlow. You can pick up specialty hats for “city adventures, the beach, and those upcoming Summer parties.”

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