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In today's age of over-consumption and fast fashion, it's probably safe to say that we all have a little too much stuff — the proof is in our overflowing closets. But just because we've run out of room doesn't mean our will to shop has also reached its limit. Nope, we'll always love a good treasure hunt. Enter Bib & Tuck, the online shop changing the way we consume, and how we think about the shopping industry as a whole. Intrepid entrepreneurs (and BFFs!) Sari Azout and Sari Bibliowicz have created a marketplace for style stars all over the world to trade closets with just the click of a mouse.
We caught up with the beyond-busy execs in their trendy Tribeca neighborhood to find out just what it takes to run a successful business — and find the chicest, vintage duds around. Sari A and Sari B, as they're affectionately known, took us on a tour of their favorite neighborhood haunts, and dished about how they found themselves on the business-end of a growing empire. We visited local bars, noshed at a corner market, and even burned off some cals in the craziest fitness class we've ever seen — all while marveling at their designer wares.
Click through to get an insider's look at the land below Canal Street, and then head over to Bib & Tuck and start shopping away. We've even set you up with your own exclusive invite!
Photographed by Rus Anson
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