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The Margo Market Opening Pop-Up Jewelry Shop in Hoboken

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The Margo Market concept store, located at 1102 Washington Street, has been a go-to destination among Hoboken shoppers since its inception back in 2018. The boutique, known for showcasing independent designers across the globe and prioritizing ethically-sourced products, recently closed as of February 15th, 2024 — but this is not the end of owner Maggie’s ventures in the Mile Square. The team behind Margo Market recently announced that it would be opening up a pop-up jewelry shop in the same location as the former storefront. Read on for everything we know about Goldie Jewelry Studio coming to Hoboken, NJ.

Goldie Jewelry Studio

According to an Instagram post, the new venture from the Margo Market team will be called Goldie Jewelry Studio, and will be located at 1102 Washington Street — the same location as the former Margo Market. The shop will open on February 22nd the pop-up will continue through June 2024. It will have a variety of designers, a charm bar, and permanent jewelry in addition to fine, semi-, and demi-fine jewelry. See the full post below:

 

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Keep up with Goldie Jewelry Studio on Instagram.

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The Margo Market’s Closure

 

 
 
 
 
 
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On Wednesday, January 24th, Margo Market announced its official closure via an Instagram post. The post read, “To our Margo Market Community, after much consideration we have made the decision to close The Margo Market as of February 15th, 2024. Over the years, our family has grown and evolved and it is time for our small business to do the same. While we will be closing our doors in February, we are looking ahead at what is next and new beginnings. When we opened the store SIX years ago, we had a vision to build and create a shop that supported independent designers and slow fashion. Over the years, we received an outpouring of support and growth in this community that far exceeded our biggest dreams. We would like to express our deepest gratitude to you for being a part of The Margo Market family. Your support and enthusiasm has helped to make our shop what it is today.”

The Margo Market was a concept store superheaded by long-time Hoboken resident Maggie Emma. The boutique was located at 1102 Washington Street in Hoboken from 2018-2024. A concept store, according to Maggie, is “a shop that sells carefully curated and a unique selection of products that connect to an overarching theme. They are meant to be inspirational for the customer, being more about discovery, and the experience. Concept stores evoke a lifestyle that appeals to a specific target audience, versus big box retail, fast fashion, and counting the customer as another transaction.”

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One standout of Margo Market was its stance on ethically sourcing its products. Margo always connected consumers and artisans, therefore bridging the gap between the hands that make and the people who then take those creations home. Many of the items were sourced from Brooklyn, New Jersey, and other local spots, supporting artisans and giving back to various causes.

 

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Ethically sourced for Margo also meant giving back. Each brand represented gave back to a specific cause and/or organization creating the ultimate store delivering products with a purpose.

Margo has partnered with Indigo Africa, a Rwandan company that sells various home decor. Indigo Africa invests 100% of profits into educating their artisans by helping them grow their businesses, jumpstart their careers, and skill-training.

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Wend is another artisan company whose designs were found at Margo. A creative collaboration between weavers in Indonesia and some Oakland, California designers, 10% of the proceeds went to the Orangutan Tropical Peatland Project. This cause, in particular, strives to protect the tropical rainforests the orangutan calls home.

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Other products that were found at Margo Market include Caroline Z Hurley home decor, a wellness company called Berlin Skin, Micaela and Greg apparel, and more.

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With an emphasis on Scandinavian style and a Bohemian vibe that’s complemented by lots of textures and of course, lots of plants, Margo Market was a one-of-a-kind experience.

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