Lindsey Thornburg Opening Store at 143 Ludlow Next Week

Posted on: November 9th, 2011 at 6:10 am by

143 Ludlow Street is eschewing any sort of retail diversity along this decimated strip of the Lower East Side. After Reformation departed for greener pastures across the street, the store remained caged behind its security gates. Then came newspaper clippings (all Arabic) to obstruct any renovations from public view. Throughout the months-long ordeal, the safest bet in the house was definitely that the new occupant would be yet another boutique. And that’s precisely what’s happening.

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Last night, the veil of secrecy was removed from the windows, revealing a team of people toiling inside.  While the innards are strikingly bare, some dresses are already displayed on hangers. And, who is this new tenant? Well, judging by the new leafing on the glass facade, 143 Ludlow is to become HQ to womenswear-slash-outerwear designer Lindsey Thornburg. This Lower East Side store is reportedly her first.

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Moreover, a job call for on-premise interns published online yesterday confirms the news. The Lindsey Thornburg store at 143 Ludlow opens next week. More below:

Lindsey Thornburg is looking for a current fashion student to intern 2-3 days a week. We are a small, up and coming womenswear/outerwear company located in LES. We are opening our first storefront next week, so this is a very exciting time to be part of our company!

Intern duties:
-Sourcing fabric and trim
-Errands in the garment district, dealing with factories
-Delivering samples to stylists
-Organization
-Hand sewing
-Dealing with customers in the store from time to time
-Processing and shipping of orders
-Dealing with fabric vendors

Please send resume and cover letter to be considered.

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