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After seven years of selling Margiela, Rick Owens, Racquel Allegra and many more luxe brands in Jackson Square, the sisters who own Carrots are closing the doors of their 4,000 square foot boutique. We don't have a closing date yet, but it will likely be in the next few weeks. And while we're sad this GOOP-approved store is closing, we hear the ladies are on to exciting things, so chin up. We'll keep you posted on the details as soon as we have them.
Naturally that means a major sale is about to happen. Starting Wednesday, all those amazing brands will be 60% off including apparel and accessories from the above plus BLK DNM and Zero Maria Cornejo; apothecary lines including Cire Trudon and Santa Maria Novella, as well as shoes, sunglasses and jewelry. We suggest you get there early while the getting is good.
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