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Replay@1026 moves to 121 W. Innes; grand opening is today

Owners

Submitted photo Owners of Replay@1026, Louis Colon-Garcia and Justin Deal.

Replay@1026 has moved to the building that houses Timeless Wigs and Marvelous Things at 121 W. Innes St., across the courtyard from the Salisbury Post downtown.

The clothing and accessory resale store is upstairs, above the wig shop, in Suite C.

Louis Colon-Garcia and Justin Deal operate the store, which sells vintage clothing, newer brand-name clothing, shoes, bags, jewelry and more.

The store was previously located on South Fulton Street and opened last fall.

A grand opening wine reception and open house in the new location will be held from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. today.

Stylists Deal and Colon-Garcia are available for private appointments to help people create an outfit or costume look.

Garcia formerly owned the shop Hot Junk downtown. Deal also has experience in the fashion industry.

For more information, call 954-696-3226 or visit www.facebook.com/replay1026.

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