Antique Sugar Is Moving to Downtown Phoenix

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Katie Johnson
Antique Sugar will move to 801 North Second Street.
Goodbye, Melrose Curve. Hello, Roosevelt Arts District.

After five years, one of Seventh Avenue's sweetest vintage shops, Antique Sugar, is packing up its bags and setting up shop in downtown Phoenix. The retro retailer will be relocating to a newly renovated 1950s office building that it's set to share with a barcade and architectural firm at 801 North Second Street.

Antique Sugar's new digs will offer nearly 2,000 square feet of store space, giving shoppers access to a large inventory of vintage threads and accessories for men and women.


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89 Places to Shop in Metro Phoenix: Super Bowl Guide

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Hey there, Phoenix! We're rolling out the grassy green carpet in honor of the biggest event to hit town since - well, since the last Super Bowl rolled through. The 49th annual celebration of all things professional football promises to be the grandest yet, and Phoenix New Times has it all mapped out. From parties and Super Bowl-centric events to must-do restaurants, bars, shopping and attractions, we've got you covered.

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Kate Spade for West Elm: The Good, The Bad, and The Biggest Waste of Money

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West Elm
Only a select few pieces in this room are from the Kate Spade Collaboration. Can you guess which ones?
Whimsical met wingback as West Elm launched its online collaboration with Kate Spade Saturday (the younger sister company of Kate Spade) days earlier than its original Tuesday, December 30, date reported by New York Times.

While we were initially giddy about the prospect of adding some feminine flair to one of our favorite Pottery Barn subsidiaries, we'll admit that, by the time we had scrolled, clicked, and calculated the prices of all the featured items, we were ultimately left with mixed feelings.


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The Container Store to Open in Glendale

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Sit down. Take a deep breath. And get ready for some really exciting news, West Side control freaks.

The Container Store is coming to Glendale.


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21 Best Shops in Metro Phoenix

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Courtesy of Citrine

Earlier this year, Phoenix New Times celebrated the cream of the crop with our 36th annual Best of Phoenix edition. Here are our top picks for shopping in metro Phoenix.

Best Beauty Supply Store: Citrine Natural Beauty Bar

Have you looked at the ingredients in your skincare products lately? How about the makeup? Between the lead, the coal tar, the animal testing, and the hard-to-pronounce chemicals, most skin-deep beauty rituals are enough to make your skin crawl. Fortunately, there's a place that caters to eco-friendly cosmetics. Citrine Natural Beauty Bar is bringing the green revolution to Phoenix one makeup brush at a time. With luxury brands like REN, Tata Harper, May Lindstrom, Coola, Kjaer Weis, and Jane Iredale, Citrine carries hard-to-find designer brands with even harder-to-find philosophies. By providing products that are all-natural, organic, dermatologist-tested, and cruelty-free, Citrine Beauty Bar breaks away from the belief that beauty is pain.

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10 Best Places to Holiday Shop for Art Lovers in Metro Phoenix

Lynn Trimble
Functional wood works at Practical Art in Phoenix include these tables by Gene Michael.
Looking for a little something for the friend who favors museums over mixed martial arts? The family member who knows the names of more artists than athletes? The kid who thinks drawing beats digital devices? Here are 10 cool places you can shop for all the art lovers in your life.


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5 Gifts for the Sneakerhead

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If you're looking for this somewhat-rare book at Changing Hands, make sure to call ahead so they can get it from their warehouse.

Not sure what to get the sneakerhead in your life? You want to get them something sneaker-related, but don't want to shell out $200 for those shoes they've been looking at. Or, worse yet, you're pretty sure they have every pair of sneakers ever made and you wouldn't even know where to start when shopping for them.

Look no further, here's a list of five items from local shops to get the sneakerhead of any age.

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Big Hits and Big Misses at The Big Heap Vintage and Handmade Festival in Scottsdale

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Katie Johnson
The Big Heap Vintage and Handmade Festival came to Salt River Fields over the weekend.
Another day, another vintage market.

The Big Heap Vintage and Handmade Festival came to Salt River Fields over the weekend, featuring over 80 vendors hand-picked from 15 different cities across Arizona as well as nine other states around the country. While the three-day event brought in a fair amount foot traffic, bringing out the big guns like live music, a fashion parade, and a raffled off playhouse on Saturday on Sunday, like any of the many junk jubilees happening around town these days, it wasn't without its ups and downs.


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5 Gifts for the Book Lover

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Evie Carpenter
The Bookshop is perfect for book lovers hunting for awesome used books.
People who love books are kind of a different breed. We're not talking about the person who occasionally browses the New York Times best-sellers list. We're talking about those midnight release frequenters, those readers who have a literary reference for everything, those coworkers who need an extra few cups of coffee because they were up all night finishing the latest page-turner, and those hardcore shippers who take it personally if you don't respect their chosen One True Pairing.

Buying the book lover in your life another hardcover this holiday season just seems a little too easy, doesn't it? Branch out. We've got five suggestions for gifts to surprise your bibliophile with something perfectly bookish without actually having a cover and hundreds of plot-lined pages.


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Your Guide to Shopping Black Friday (And Beyond) in Metro Phoenix

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Joseph Brent via Flickr
Put your shopping shoes on, Phoenix.
Four a.m. wake-up calls? Camping outside of electronics stores? Searching endlessly for parking spots at the mall?

We'll pass.

This year, let's make a pact to put our post-Thanksgiving shopping hours to good use by visiting the local and lesser-known sales around town. Between vintage pop-ups and flea markets as well as museum sales and online promotions, there are plenty of ways to tackle your holiday shopping list without actually being tackled outside a Walmart.


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