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Phoenix's Nostra Style House to Host Opening Party July 26

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Mark your calendars, fashion fanatics.

Angelica Gonzalez and Liliana Gomez recently relocated their Phoenix boutique Nostra Style House, leaving Roosevelt Row for a new storefront at Seventh and Pierce streets. The store has been open at its new location (formerly home to Palabra Collective) for a little more than a week.

And it's time to celebrate -- in style.

See also: Nostra Style House Moving to Former Palabra Collective Location in Phoenix

Gonzalez and Gomez will host a free bash to break in the new space starting at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 26.

Shoppers/partiers will receive a gift with purchase, nosh on drinks and snacks, and enjoy a soundtrack from Stoneypie and Kaijudacia.

The shop, which specializes in bold womenswear, is working to feature more pieces by Arizona-based designers -- with plans to present them in rotating pop-up shops eventually. It looks like this party will be the jumping off point as local designers Emilie Uriarte, Leonor Aispuro, Tiffe Fermaint, Karina Niño de Rivera, and First and twenty sixth will be in the mix.

For more information and to RSVP to the party, visit Nostra Style House on Facebook.

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