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Spotted: Queen of Jeans sign gets a permanent home on the Avenue at South Fellini

Now that the King of Jeans sign and building are gone from the Avenue, you might be missing that loved or loathed imagery.

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Photo courtesy of South Fellini.

Instead of the King of Jeans sign coming back in South Philly, Passyunk Square now has a permanent Queen of Jeans sign at the recently-opened South Fellini store at 1507 E. Passyunk Ave.

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First Pics: South Fellini now selling Philly-style t-shirts, pins and more on East Passyunk Avenue

East Passyunk Avenue has a new colorful shop addition, something that may even outshine the orange storefront of Cantina. Tony Trov and Johnny Zito have transformed the purple Pookah’s Hookah/Eclectic Expressionisms storefront at 1507 E. Passyunk Ave. into a different mix of colors with blue, yellow and mosaic details for their retail shop, South Fellini.

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Trov and Zito take your favorite Philly things, ranging from the King of Jeans sign to the philly-ism “Jawn,” and transform these landmarks and sayings into t-shirts, prints, pins and patches.

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What's Happening in:  Passyunk Square 

South Fellini to replace Eclectic Expressionism on East Passyunk Avenue

Do you remember the Queen of Jeans sign that was posted outside of the former King of Jeans location last year? How about the Toynbee tiles you might still spot around the city? South Fellini turns these things and more of your favorite Philly-isms into t-shirts, pins and more.

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Photo of the storefront from November 2015.

Instead of ordering these items through South Fellini’s online shop, you’ll soon be able to visit them at an East Passyunk Avenue storefront. The business will be taking over the former Pookah’s Hookah & BYOB, otherwise known as Eclectic Expressionism, location at 1507 E. Passyunk Ave.
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