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Hidden Ed Hardy Store Opens on Spring

By Eric Richardson
Published: Saturday, April 04, 2009, at 05:04PM
Ed Hardy Store Eric Richardson [Flickr]

The store's so new it doesn't have a phone number, set hours, or even a sign outside, but today a new retail space for popular label Ed Hardy by Christian Audigier opened on Spring street in Historic Downtown.

Audigier has been quickly expanding his retail range, opening Ed Hardy flagship stores in eight states and fifteen other countries. The Downtown location is intended to be an outlet store, and opens with a warehouse sale offering overflowing boxes of items to dig through.

Prices during the sale range from $20 for hats and shoes to $75 for jackets. It's an impressive markdown -- hats on the Ed Hardy site start at $50. T-shirts found online for $60 are on sale for $25.

The space at 433 S. Spring is very easy to miss. Look for a white, double-wide retail space, left of the building's main entrance.

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