We’ll be at Chelsea Market!

Our shop opens at ID Pop Shop in Chelsea Market on Monday, May 15th, at 10:30am! We can’t wait to see you there! Our shop will be across from Amy’s Bread!

ID POP SHOP at Chelsea Market

Monday, May 15, 2017 to Sunday, May 21, 2017

75 Ninth Avenue, NYC (between 15th & 16th Streets)

Shop Hours: 10:30AM – 7:30PM

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1st Midnight Wednesday Event with Ame Ame, Emily Kammeyer Accessories, and Naturally Susan’s Bath and Beauty

As published on The Tear-N Tan Files

So did you get your shop on last night?  Last night’s 1st Annual Midnight Wednesday event around the East Village included 10% discounts on participating shops in the area.  There were plenty of boutiques open til midnight for your spending pleasure and hopefully you were able to help out these small businesses by finding some unique gifts for the holiday season.

I’m still thinking about that winged migration necklace at Pink Olive and that brown vintage bag at Dusty Buttons.  Hmmmm…

Well, after spending some time on 9th Street, checking out the various shops, it was off to Ame Ame for their event.  Located on 9th Street, between 1st and 2nd Ave, the shop was bustling with music provided by DJ Miami Slice, fashion, and lots of candy.

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Participating at the Ame Ame store was Naturally Susan’s bath and beauty products.  For the lady (or man) in your life who love to feel pampered, these natural and organic soaps, scrubs, skin care products were a big hit.  All of the products are handcrafted by Susan herself, so you know exactly what is going into the products.

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And if you’re not sure what to buy, there’s a mini sampler package including various soaps, scrubs, and masks for just $20.  These last a long time too, as you only needed to use a little bit to get great coverage.

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If accessories and jewelry are more your thing, Emily Kammeyer was there to help you out.  Her line of head pieces have been featured from various online shopping sites to blogs and fashion magazines.

Want something simple?  You’ll like her wrap bracelets with tassels.  These pieces look great with any outfit, including that sequined tuxedo jacket you know you’ll be wearing on New Year’s Eve.

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And if you’re into the statement necklace, there are some great selections to choose from.

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You can also get something simple for your hair like these playful clips:

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Ladies of the night, Ame Ame’s Teresa Soroka, Designer Emily Kammeyer,  Naturally Susan’s Susan Ng

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Was a great night to spend money, and support the local shops.  And since it ended at midnight, you still had plenty of time to go to a bar for a nightcap.

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Me?  I ended my night prepping for winter, in a new pair of rainboots.

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Community Giving: Shhh…it was a silent auction…

Naturally Susan’s Home Spa Gift Package was donated and Bunny Bath Fizzies Party Favors were purchased for a school’s silent auction in early June. Congratulations to the winning bidders! We hope you enjoy the gift and favor packages!

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NY Magazine, the Cut: Tomorrow’s Events & Sales: 80 Percent Off at Roberta Freymann; 15 Percent Off at Kartell

As published on NYMag.com ‘s fashion blog, the Cut

EVENTS

• Check out a roster of new design talent at the Emerging Designers Trunk Show, hosted by the Fashion Center Business Improvement District. Bring gently used clothing and accessories to donate to Bottomless Closet and receive 10 percent off your purchases. 209 W. 38th St., nr. Third Ave., second fl.; 6–9.

SALES
STARTING TOMORROW
• Menswear from Bonobos is marked down at Clothingline, with pants for $50 (originally $88-$195), shirts for $35 (originally $80-$108), and polos for $25 (originally $55-$68). 261 W. 36th St., nr. Seventh Ave., second fl; W-Th (11-7), F (11-6).

• Ready-to-wear clothes and accessories are up to 80 percent off at Roberta Freymann’s annual sample sale. Block-printed merchandise for men, women, and children, and home from the Roberta Roller Rabbit lifestyle brand are discounted as well. The Berry long dress is $50 (originally $145), the Santa Fe bib necklace is $50 (originally $250), and the 26-inch Elsa pillow is $30 (originally $75). 260 Fifth Ave., nr. 28th St.; W–F (11–6), S (11–3).

• All furniture and accessories are 15 percent off at Kartell39 Greene St., nr. Grand St.; 212-966-6665.

ONGOING
• Take 70 percent off handmade jewelry at Scosha in-store and online. 64 Grand St., at Wythe Ave., Williamsburg (718-387-4618); T-Sa (noon-6), Su (noon-5); scosha.com. Through 3/11.

• Stop by Katherine Hooker’s first-ever New York pop-up shop for the debut of her spring-summer 2012 RTW dress-jacket line. Pieces will be available in U.S. sizes four through twelve. 102 Thompson St., nr Prince St.; M-F (11-8), Sa-Su (10-7); through 3/11.

• Get 60 percent off items from brands including Charlotte Ronson, Erickson Beamon, Catherine Deane, Issa London, Imitation of Christ, and more — plus free cocktails every evening from 5 to 7 p.m. — at Showroom Seven’s spring sample sale. 263 Eleventh Ave., nr. 27th St.; M-F (10-7), through 3/16.

• Select furniture, rugs, lights, linens, and accessories are up to 75 percent off at the ABC Carpet & Home Bronx warehouse sale. Get up to 80 percent off Calvin Klein Home pieces, 50 percent off Theodore Alexander, and 40 percent off John Reeves. 1055 Bronx River Ave., nr. Watson Ave., the Bronx, (646-217-0431); M–F (10–7), S (9–7), Su (10–6). Through 3/18.

How do you use our Avocado Lavender Salve? Testimonials from the road…

It’s ski season! And, it was a long drive before friends and I arrived at our hotel. As we settled in and prepared for an early morning on the slopes, our friend began to apply a creme on her hands and arms. The familiar scent filled the room. What was this heavenly-scented moisturizer? It was our Avocado Lavender Salve!

What followed felt as if we were reciting the lyrics to a childhood song about all the areas on the body that the salve can be applied. You know, the song that goes “heels and toes, elbows and nose, lips and…” Okay, we don’t recall the lyrics but you get the idea :). We agreed that the Avocado Lavender Salve is great for all-over-body moisturizing. It’s vitamin-rich avocado oil includes A, E and various B vitamins, nutrients that help to alleviate dry skin and has anti-bacterial and anti-oxidant (anti-aging) benefits.

We ended the evening with a chuckle after discovering that we also applied the salve to our hair. Yes…our hair! While our friend uses it to tame pesky fly-aways, we often run the salve through our hair, using it as a leave-in hair conditioner. It strengthens and keeps our hair tangle-free. It was a great way to end the evening :).

How do you use Naturally Susan’s Avocado Lavender Salve? Let us know.

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