Why You Should Shop Marigot at Fort Gansevoort

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[title subtitle="You're Welcome"]We Saved Your V-Day[/title] Dinner and drinks not your kind of thang? You're in luck. It's not mine either. Consider me spoilt, hard to get, or simply stubborn, but I think women—the beautiful and rare creatures that we are—are meant to wined and dined on a regular basis. Valentine's Schmalentines, holiday schmolidays. Real men gift flowers all day err'day!

This year, single or taken, I'm proposing that you do something a little different. Ditch the cliché meal for some pajama shopping and barbecue feasting at Meatpacking's Fort GansevoortMarigot, the chicest New York-based loungewear line, is having a pop-up shop there through the weekend. Their adorable matching sets put traditional lace lingerie to shame.

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 Fort Gansevoort

Dubbed as Meatpacking's "coolest new space," Fort Gansevoort is home to an eclectic mix of retail, art, and barbecue. Founded by husband and wife duo, Adam Shopkorn and Carolyn Angel, the space, a Greek Revival house, is just down the street from the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Marigot

Marigot is a collection of loungewear that celebrates beautiful fabrics and stunning colors. Known for its hand drawn prints and bright dyed colors, the brand has everything from night shirts to robes to pajama sets.

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The Deets

5 Ninth Ave, New York, NY 10014

Friday, February 12th (3 p.m.—6 p.m.)

All day monogramming event

Saturday, February 13th (11 a.m.—2 p.m.)

All day monogramming event

Sunday, February 14th (10 a.m.—7 p.m.)

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