Zuri Dispatch 02.22.22 // The Zuri Friends and Family Sale! 🎉💗

Posted by Sierra Rostal on


We're having a friends and family sale THIS WEEKEND! This Friday, Feb 25th through Sunday, Feb 27th (while quantities last) we'll be hosting a sale at our new NYC Warehouse, and for our San Francisco friends, we'll have limited stock available at our Fillmore Street store on Saturday only. *DETAILS BELOW!

  • Selected dresses will be $90-$100 (no tax!) and may be either samples or otherwise imperfect -- but perfect for you! 
  • We will also have accessories available, including selected baskets for $10-$20 and selected belts for $20. (Quantities are limited.)
  • In order to keep things moving, each person will have a 30 minute shopping window and we'll request that everyone please wear a mask. No reservations needed, just come on by!

Not able to join us in person? Not a problem! Anything still available after Sunday will be posted in our Instagram stories for online sale and shipping next Monday and Tuesday (Feb 28th and 29th).


Where: ZURI WAREHOUSE / 265 Canal Street #501

Date: February 25-27

Time: 11-6pm Friday + Saturday, 12-5pm on Sunday


Where: ZURI SF / 1902b Fillmore Street

Date: February 26th

Time: 11-5pm


Where: Instagram Stories

Date: Next Mon-Tues, Feb 28-29

Time: Ongoing

*All sales are as-is and will be final

*Shipping not included


WHAT WE'RE LISTENING TO // Rainy Season Blues by Lobi Traoré

Malaian musician Lobi Traoré's last album Rainy Season Blues, beautiful and totally undubbed, is one of my absolute favorites. In his words: "When I was young, before I even knew I would become a musician, I listened to a lot of blues - John Lee Hooker and all that. Maybe I was inspired by it. Maybe the blues was inspired by Africa. Maybe it’s just a coincidence. But, listen - the music I play comes from me and from my place."
WHAT WE'RE SEEING // Salah Elmur at the Circle Art Agency
Sudanese artist Salah Elmur Elmur is a painter, filmmaker, photographer, illustrator and author of several children's books. Drawing on memories of photos from his grandfather's photography studio, his work is described as nostalgic and surrealistic.  Check out his work on exhibition now at Circle Art Agency, Nairobi!


WHAT WE'RE SEEING // Salah Elmur at the Circle Art Agency

Sometimes you can judge a book by its cover:) Such a fun read and something that I think each of us will relate to in some way, a big thanks goes out to Carole, who recommended this book to me a couple of weeks ago! Wahala is a Yoruba word meaning trouble, and in this new comedy-drama, trouble enters the lives of three female Anglo-Nigerian friends. Fun enough to be compared to Sex and the City but smart and incisive enough to garner a rave review by NPR, we think you'll really enjoy this one!

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