Honey In the Rough on Rivington Street is Closing Shop

Posted on: January 28th, 2014 at 6:03 am by

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Honey in the Rough is closing down after seven years in business. Proprietor Ashley Hanosh officially shuts the door to 161 Rivington Street next month, but will hold a fire sale beginning next Monday. The news arrives just five months after Hanosh pivoted her business plan to include more gear fashioned toward “hip moms” (maternity, childrens clothes, toys, etc).

Hanosh tells us that she’s “ready for a change,” and made the personal decision to move out to California. There are currently no plans to open Honey in the Rough there, but she’s “not opposed to the idea.”

There is reportedly no retail replacement just yet for 161 Rivington.

The final sale starts February 3, 2014 and runs through February 16. There’s plenty of women’s clothing from around the world that will be discounted 70%-90% off, plus jewelry, baby and children’s clothing, toys and gifts.

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