Citysearch Editorial Review. If Century 21 and Urban Outfitters had a lovechild, it would be this retail Robin Hood--where name-brand, quality clothing is sold at 70 to 90 percent off retail prices. Home goods, menswear, beauty products and more are clustered throughout the industrial space, which used to be an eggroll factory. Stainless steel walls and concrete floors are reminiscent of the venue's previous life, but the no-fuss decor works as the setting for no-nonsense shopping. While designer jeans (Citizens, Hudson, Paige) are $15, L'Objet tableware that retails for upwards of $100 elsewhere sells for $20. The dramatically discounted goods are nabbed by the owner-cum-wholesale liquidator, and practically given away to in-the-know Williamsburg shoppers.
Sometimes I can't find anything I want here, but it's always worth going in. They constantly have new merch, from clothes to housewares, makeup and perfume too. When you find a deal here you save astronomically. Von Dutch jean shorts for less than $20 AND in the middle of the summer season. Beautiful, delicate scarves for $5. Most of the time, I love their housewares more than anything else. Some amazing handmade stuff. If you walk down 10th Street ALWAYS go in. In comparison to the boutiques on Bedford, you'll be amazed.
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