First Look: Cary Lane's New Mission Locale!

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    With its quirky approach to curation, designer discount shop Cary Lane has quickly catapulted its way to the top of our must-stop-and-shop boutiques when strolling around Hayes Valley — which, considering the choice spots, is no small feat. And, as the store heads into its fourth year in the biz, it's celebrating another great milestone: expansion! That’s right, the hip haunt now has a second home, firmly situated in the Mission, adding to the slew of retail spaces we’ve seen bubbling up in recent months.

    In fact, that is why owner Cary LaScala chose a space right off the bustling intersection of 16th and Valencia streets. The new shop, housed mid-block in the former Candystore Collective space, is practically double the size of the Hayes Valley locale, coming in just shy of 2,500 square feet. So, all the more space and goodies to score! Wait, before you head out to peep it in person (we know, it’s hard not to reach for your coat after reading the above), check out our gorgeous virtual tour of what’s in store…literally.

    Cary Lane, 3135 16th Street (at Valencia Street); 415-896-4564.

    Photographed by Maria del Rio

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