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The Pop-Up Cashmere King Is Back!

Now - December 31
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“A couple of years ago, I had my pick of seven empty storefronts on Warren Street,” says Bernie Shur, whose seasonal cashmere pop-up shop returns to Hudson in a new location this Thursday. “This year, there was only one.” 
 
Does this mean the slump is over?  If so (and we certainly choose to interpret it that way), what better way to celebrate than by snapping up armloads of top-of-the-line, deeply discounted cashmere scarves ($35, three for $95), cable knit and woven throws ( $100- $150), men’s sweaters ($95 - $110), cashmere ladies cardigan heavy rib knits ($110),  ballet slippers ($35), cashmere ladies cable turtlenecks ($75)  —all from a respected supplier of cashmere fabrics and knits to high-end designers here and abroad?  This cash-and-carry shop is now open and ready for you to stock up on the gentlest of feels for winter.

Cashmere on Warren
502 Warren Street
Now - December 31
11 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. daily
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas
518.965.4412

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