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Ace & Jig Clothing

ace and jig clothing!

While we wait for dream inception to be invented, let’s distract ourselves with something equally life changing: what to wear.

That’d be Ace & Jig, a simple-yet-stylish line of machine-washable basics made from a custom cotton/linen blend loomed in India.

Jenna Wilson and Cary Vaughan, the architects behind the omniflattering designs, are ten-year best friends and fashion industry vets (Language, LaRok). When they’re not working, here’s where they hang out.

Red Hook
“Where we try to locally fulfill our escapist seaside fantasy. We bike to Kevin’s for the most amazing brunch (crab cake Benedict), then enjoy the salty air and free kayaking at Valentino Pier.”

“It has beautiful offerings of ancient Japanese boro textiles and hand-sewn cloth repairs of the Meiji era.”

Economy Candy
“It’s our preferred sugar fix, and we love the vintage packagings.”

Brooklyn Flea
“Where we go digging for small, old trinkets; eccentric treasures; and vintage garments. Plus, Sigmund Pretzelshop’s amazing truffle cheddar pretzels. Um, yum.”

“For the summer warm-ups and the dancing.”

Available at Court, 178 Mulberry Street, between Broome and Kenmare Streets (212-925-1022). To see styles, go to aceandjig.com.

Photo: Courtesy of Ace & Jig

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178 Mulberry St
bt Broome & Kenmare Sts
New York, NY 10012