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Since 2013, Jessie Goldenberg has been cruising her 120-square-foot, gypsy-meets–rock & roll truck through the city. You’ll find a selection of ladies’ boho fashions from a variety of brands such as Harvest Moon and Knot Sisters, as well as handmade jewelry and vegan accessories from local designers. The best part? All items are under $100, from lace kimonos ($48) to hand-stamped copper bracelets ($35). Nomad is open seven days a week and usually pops up in Flatiron, the West Village and Williamsburg, but you can find the exact locations on its website (thenomadtruck.com) and via Twitter (@thenomadtruck). The truck also makes regular appearances at weekend shopping markets like the LIC Flea in Queens and the Hester Street Fair.
For locations, visit thenomadtruck.com
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