Scenes from the New Jack Straw

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!--paging_filter--pAfter five years in the West Edge, the ever-amazing a href=""Jack Straw/a moved to the Terminal Sales building across from Pike Place Market on First Ave this spring, next to a href=""Baby Company/a in the space previously inhabited by Peter Miller Books./p
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pI asked the team there to send some pictures of the new space, which has been styled to resemble a Scandinavian ski lodge. It’s pretty cool and true to idiosyncratic Jack Straw-style./p
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pShoppers can expect the same steady stream of chicness from Marni, Issey Mikyake, local brand a href="" target="_blank"Stella Love/a and others./p
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