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- Address: 905 West Main St. Durham, NC 27701
- Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11-7
- Phone: (919) 251-8537
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Vert & Vogue
Category: Beauty & Personal Care, clothing & Shoes
Brightleaf Square | 905 West Main Street Vert & Vogue's flagship store opened in 2008. It presents women's and men's goods, crafted and chosen with care. Signature designers in its collection include Billy Reid, Coclico, Culturata, Harris Wharf, Melissa Joy Manning, Mill & Bird, Raleigh Denim Workshop, and Shinola. Historic Brightleaf Square occupies two former tobacco warehouses that were part of the American Tobacco Company. It includes a mix of local restaurants and shops. During summer months, free concerts are held in the courtyard on Friday nights. Complimentary parking validation is offered generously. Five Points | 353 West Main Street Vert & Vogue Femme opened in 2015. It presents women's and home goods, crafted and chosen with care. Signature designers in its collection include 3x1, SUNO, No. 6 Store, Ursa Minor, Raen, Repetto, Map of Days and Btw Ceramics. Five Points is in the city center. The V&V Femme storefront resides in an historic brick building. It has been re-imagined with fixtures and furnishings made by local artisans. Free street parking is available and a parking lot is behind the building, off Ramseur Street. Complimentary parking vouchers are offered generously.