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Students from Drexel University's Fashion Design and Merchandising programs are putting their skills on display in Northern Liberties. The undergrads have been tasked with designing original, creative window displays at four NoLibs boutiques—Arcadia, Duke & Winston, Art Star, and the newly-relocated Once Worn Consignment.
The new window designs—like Arcadia's new paper flower display, above—will be officially unveiled this Friday, March 1, during the shopping district's First Friday open house. Shops throughout the neighborhood will be open until 8pm, serving refreshments, discounts, and sidewalk sales for the evening. Once Worn will also be celebrating its grand re-opening in its new location at 906 N Second Street.
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