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Fashion Plate for May 15, 2014




Tees by Tina has moved into the former Juicy Couture space at 278 King St. and has begun renovations on the second U.S. store dedicated solely to its brand. Renovations should be complete by the end of May or June.



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Tees by Tina has moved into the former Juicy Couture space at 278 King St. and has begun renovations on the second U.S. store dedicated solely to its brand. The first Tees by Tina store opened in Edgartown, Mass., on Martha's Vineyard, in 2013.

Tees by Tina was formed in 2010, primarily as a wholesaler; it distributes products in more than 1,500 stores, boutiques and resort shops. Tees by Tina produces one-size-fits-most womenswear for categories such as intimate, maternity, business and casual wear.

Renovations should be complete by the end of May or June.


Trident United Way’s Women’s Leadership Council is hosting an event called Stroll, Shop, Sip; a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Trident United Way. The event is 4-7 p.m., today. Participating stores include Alex and Ani at 346 King St.; Anna Bella Florals at 217 Calhoun St., Unit 2; C. Wonder, 285 King St.; House of Sage, 51B George St.; J. McLaughlin, 212 King St.; Kate Spade, 236 King St.; and Moon and Lola, 322 King St. After the shopping, head to the Francis Marion Hotel for cocktails.

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