About a year after it first opened its doors at 5189 Sackville, high-end street wear and customized sneaker boutique (and NSCADU-graduate showcase) Krisp Clothing is closing up shop. “It wasn’t sustainable,” says Michael-Andreas Kuttner, Krisp’s CEO, of the shop. “At some point, you’ve got to just realize that it’s not going to happen.” The shop started a massive closing-out sale last Friday; discounts range from 15 to 55 percent off the store’s regular prices. Draws to win “mystery boxes” of Krisp merch will also be taking place. The shop will close sometime in mid- to late-December, or when its inventory runs out. Kuttner sends out a “big thank you to everyone who supported the store.”

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