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After sprinkling in a couple of pop-up offerings during the long haul that is opening one's own retail shop, Jenny Schlief, Gene Morgan and Alicia Redman are finally in business business.

Last night, Settlement Goods had a grand opening shindig at its official location at 3939 Montrose, Suite M. The trio was stoked to finally be in their own space -- which will be open from noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday -- and offering high-quality, American-made textiles, jewelry, handbags and more.

Here are some photos from yesterday's scene, which included appearances by Seth Alverson and Elaine Bradford:

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