Orchard Street Hosiery Store Going Out of Business

Posted on: February 21st, 2013 at 9:46 am by
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Orchard Street hasn’t been a hosiery haven in decades; the bargain district all but dried up. These days the iconic roadway is instead populated by galleries galore. Utility to luxury.

We ambled past 34 Orchard Sunday afternoon and thought to ourselves how P & S New Fashion really is the last of its kind around here. But just as that particular synapse fired, the sight of a “going out of business” printout in the doorway caught our eye. The obligatory fire sale is in play.

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Hosiery/undergarments in these parts is survived only by the recently-downsized Success just a few doors south. Ironic name in these tough times, no?

Considering the location, we expect nothing but a gallery in this little shop space.

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