Loopy Mango Announces Grand Opening of New Location in Soho

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Loopy Mango Brings a Whimsical Aesthetic to an Architectural Backdrop in SoHo Historic Cast Iron District.

Loopy Mango celebrates the grand opening of its new location in Manhattan. The event is scheduled to take place on June 10, 2010 from 6 pm to 9 pm at Loopy Mango, 78 Grand St., New York, NY 10013.

In addition to impeccably curated women's clothing and accessories this new 2000 square feet space offers a selection of men's clothing and accessories, gifts, home goods as well as antique furniture and collectibles. The ultimate goal is to combine old and new to create something timeless.

For its grand opening celebration Loopy Mango will be offering a 10% discount on all purchases and complimentary rum cocktails provided by DonQ. In addition, samples from the latest in botanically based, luxury French skin care line VotreVu will be available.

Lines exclusive to Loopy Mango: jewelry by Waejong Kim. Other lines represented include: Mr. Larkin, Apiece Apart, Calleen Cordero, Laura Urbinati, Shelly Steffee, Hannoh, Bensoni, Pas de Calais, Aris Geldis, V::Room, Minden Chan, Sphere One, Pollux Handmade, Il Bisonte, Amoskeag XX, Herno, Atelier Kaoru, Robin Haley, AF House, VeraMeat, Helen Kaminski, Fullum & Holt.

Additional services offered: personal shopper, wardrobe building, makeover, interior design consultation.

About Loopy Mango: Loopy Mango is owned and operated by a jewelry designer Waejong Kim and an artist Anna Pulvermakher. Anna and Waejong met at FIT in the spring of 2004 and later that year they founded Loopy Mango just on a whim. After one year in East Village and four years in Brooklyn Loopy relocated to SoHo. Loopy Mango has been featured in New York Times Thursday Styles. Anna and Waejong have published Crochet Jewelry: 40 Beautiful and Unique Designs in the fall of 2007.

For more information please contact:
Anna Pulvermakher
Loopy Mango
78 Grand St.
New York, NY 10013

212 343 7425


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