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Luxe vintage meets fresh new threads at Exile on Main Street

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Photo: Corlene Byrd

Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, Saint Laurent—vintage. Picture that treasury woven with a collection of contemporary goodies from Imogene & Willie, Eat Dust, Railcar Fine Goods, Blackboard Café and Mercy Supply and you’ll begin to see the vision of a new Arts District shop set for a First Friday grand opening on June 6.

Exile on Main Street is a collaboration between Roxy and Jesse Amoroso of Cowtown Guitars (next to the chic new space) and Max Pawn’s Michael Mack. The vintage side will include an array of denim, luggage, rock tees and jewelry, with modern offerings ranging from handmade sweaters to accessories crafted from leather or sterling.

The opening party starts right at 6 p.m. with a special performance by Jonny “2 Bags” Wickersham of Social Distortion, and free drinks will be courtesy of Sailor Jerry Rum. In a press release, the founders put it this way: “… we assure you that this little shop of wonders will have something for everyone.”

Exile on Main Street 1007 S. Main Street #18B, 702-823-3957.

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