Unlike most college students who spend summer break mooching off their parents, Syracuse University business students Sam Giber, Drew Taggart, Beau Wollens and Jack Doyle went to work, setting up this sample-sale pop-up shop. For the month of July, the four rising juniors will rotate various streetwear labels (such as Patrik Ervell, Pegleg NYC, Trickers London, and Wings and Horns) in a no-frills Lower East Side space. Score menswear in the form of Nom de Guerre striped cardigans for $80 (originally $200), Reason graphic tees with cheeky phrases like go love your own city for $20 (normally $30) and vintage sunglasses curated by downtown graffiti artist Claw Money ($100–$150). The guys hope to bring in womenswear and a full line of vintage before they head back to the academic grind. Through July 31.
|Venue name:||C'est Beau (CLOSED)||Contact:|
55 Delancey St
|Cross street:||between Allen and Eldridge Sts|
|Opening hours:||Daily noon–9pm|
|Transport:||Subway: J, Z to Bowery|
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