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After shuttering her Williamsburg boutique Femme Fatal, owner Chantal Savaresse decided to open up shop in Bushwick’s hipster minimall, the Shops at the Loom. The store concept is similar to her previous endeavor (part vintage, part indie designers), but this time she teamed up with hair stylist Kristin Jackson—known for her wacky editorial work and for styling Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” video—to bring customers the best of both fashion and beauty. Stop by the cozy space, which is decked out like a turn-of-the-century saloon, to get your hair cut by Savaresse ($50 for ladies, $30 for guys) or dyed by Jackson ($80 for single process). After you’re spiffed up, browse the racks on the opposite wall for offbeat pieces, such as New York Couture skirts adorned with giant hamburger decals ($120), BB Dakota graphic flower-print dresses ($79) and vintage nautical skirts ($23), any of which an in-house seamstress will tailor to your liking ($35 for a total dress renovation).
17 Thames St
|Cross street:||between Bogart St and Morgan Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Morgan Ave|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Fri 12:30–8:30pm, Sat 11:30am–7pm|
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