Yard sales proliferate in warm weather, but Sunday’s stands out: It is essentially a download from the mind of the art director of Okay Mag and her friends, teen girls with a group aesthetic that’s vintage, kitschy, artsy and riotously colorful.
Not every store can be open less than a month and yet have roots in the community dating back five decades, but The WoWtlet hasn’t replaced the final Hollywood Express video store near Porter Square so much as it has reclaimed it.
This May 30 show is the third for Sisters on the Runway’s local chapter, based at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, with proceeds going to Transition House, a shelter for women and families who have suffered domestic violence.
If Cambridge does deserve to be on a list of best-dressed communities – eyebrows were raised when it got No. 6 in a top 10 list in January – the proof will be onstage May 19.
The survey industry is working overtime this week to prove that surveys are dumb, whether it’s “best food” in the school district or Cambridge being called a “best-dressed suburb.”
The Central Square Goodwill store reopened Oct. 10 with pretty much new everything, but today is its grand opening.
Men who can’t find the affordable fine clothing they need among Davis Square’s conspicuous secondhand, vintage or thrift options might want to look up. Above The Burren, in fact, where An Affordable Wardrobe has opened for regular Saturday hours and by appointment.
Harvard Square’s Urban Outfitters has two Mitt Romney T-shirts for those who want them, a worker said Friday, including one of him looking like Gene Simmons from the band KISS. But what’s the market for these shirts?
Yes, we know: GQ just had a feature about all the cool stuff in Cambridge, including three of its clothing stores. Here’s the other side.
A glamorous popup store has replaced a high-end importer with more affordable goods and fashions from Asia, with a showroom manager becoming an import and fashion entrepreneur.