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Worthy Threads: Two Moms Launch New Baltimore Clothing Line

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After an unsuccessful search to find unique, comfortable clothes for their own children, Jessica Chappel Kremen and Lily Brown sought out their own fix. Together, they launched their kids apparel line, Worthy Threads, in May.

The Rack: Meats, Cocktails and Gloriousness in Fells Point

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Tired of all these summer salads and white wines? Ready for some heartier indulgences? Look no further than Fells Point this week.

The Rack: This Parisian Clothing Line was Inspired By a Baltimore Thrift Store Find

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In 2012, two Parisians thrift-shopping their way through Baltimore were overcome with nostalgia after finding a pair of vintage overalls in a secondhand store.

The Rack: Rotating Pop-up Practice and Trade Offers Brick-and-Mortar Appeal in Age of Thriving E-Commerce

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Practice and Trade in The Village at Cross Keys

There’s a growing trend in retail: Large chain stores are losing sales to online shopping and e-commerce. And yet, the local shopping movement continues to grow and thrive.

The Rack: Rotunda Kicks Off New Weekly Farmer’s Market

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Jones Family Farm at Rotunda Farmer’s Market

The Rotunda kicked off its new weekly farmer’s market yesterday, to the delight of neighbors in nearby Hampden and Roland Park.

The Rack: Yves Delorme Celebrates 25 Years With Anniversary Sale

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Via Yves Delorme

Yves Delorme is celebrating its 25th anniversary at Green Spring Station, coincidentally on a day that also marks the anniversary of the retailer’s first-ever shop in the United States.  

The Rack: Artists For Truth — A Benefit Exhibition On North Avenue

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Artists For Truth Benefit Exhibition (photo credit: Artists For Truth)

On Friday, June 2, Artists for Truth launches its first project, titled “Benefit Exhibition,” at SpaceCamp Gallery on North Avenue. The show will feature over 250 artworks by more than 150 artists hailing from Baltimore and across the United States.

The Rack: Calico Corners Opens New Fabric and Home Design Location In Lutherville

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Madcap Cottage Designs, featured at the new Calico Corners in Lutherville

For more than 65 years, Calico Corners has had the enviable job of making homes across America more beautiful. Growing from a modest “designer seconds” fabric store in Bedford Village, N.Y., in 1948 to a national chain with more than 75 home decorating stores, Calico has established itself as a go-to retail source for decorative fabrics once only sold through designers. It’s also expanded to offer design services for home decorating, including window treatments, custom upholstery, furniture and more.

The Rack: New Contemporary Fabric Shop Opens in Lauraville

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Domesticity Fabric Shop and Craft Studio

A new shop in the heart of Lauraville seeks to fill the needs of modern domestics and fabric enthusiasts alike.