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Fairmount Avenue's Curated Goods is entering its final two weeks in Philadelphia. The shop—which will soon have a sister store in Costa Mesa, California—will be closing its doors for good at the end of March, thus ending its time as one of Philly's top shops for home decor and furnishings.
Curated Goods opened during the spring of last year, offering men's and women's vintage designer apparel, artwork, and mid-century furniture. Until close, store owner Justin Julius-Santos is offering storewide discounts. The shop will be open for two more weekends; the hours are Friday, 2pm—6pm and Saturday—Sunday, 12pm—5pm.
· Curated Goods [Official Site]