Nascent Nudie Jeans Flagship Felled by Flood on the Bowery
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Open for approximately six months on the Bowery, and the Nudie Jeans repair shop is already sidelined. Felled by flood, in fact. A printout pasted to the front door of 188 Bowery relays the news.
It’s unclear at the moment what caused the “unfortunate flood,” but the brand hopes to be back in business by the end of May.
“It’s very unfortunate but working as quick as possible to be back up and running soon,” Nudie’s PR chief Ruari Mahon tells us.
Founded in 2001, Nudie Jeans peddles a trendy selection of unaffordable denim jackets, khakis, leather and wool coats, parkas, and other menswear. It also maintains office space and showroom up the block at 262 Bowery.