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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.
What’s wrong with American Apparel? Chances are these photos will prove to you it’s something totally different.
Adults looking at the February Vacation Week schedule from Cambridge Youth Programs may think it’s enough to make them want to be in school again … so they could be on vacation … so they could take part.
Design Hive, the local fashion crafts fair, held what is likely to be its last Cambridge event Sunday. It was well-attended by dozens of vendors, a steady stream of holiday shoppers, fundraising eighth-graders and their parents and some entrepreneurs with brilliant and amusing ideas.
A sudden rise in rent is forcing the popular Design Hive fashion market to move from a Cambridge school and possibly end, unseating dozens of vendors and disappointing hundreds of shoppers.