Following the sad death of Jimmy Webb, his iconic fashion store I Need More in New York set to close at the end of July.
The rock ‘n roll clothing store that’s all about the spirit of NYC is closing at the end of July after almost three years of business and the team are offering a 20-50% off sale on all online items as a final gift to you.
In April of 2020, the owner of I Need More at 75 Orchard St. New York City and longtime manager for Trash & Vaudeville died of cancer. Jimmy Webb was more than just a salesman; he was a staple figure in the Lower East Side neighbourhood, a caring and friendly soul, and a man with a contagiously beaming smile that not only spread throughout the punk, rock ‘n roll and fashion worlds, but to anyone he met.
Ranging from t-shirts, leather jackets, totes and bags, and even a limited edition painting (only 300 available) of Jimmy Webb signed by the artist, Marta Zawadzka, you can find a many items catered to any punks needs from a variety of brands such as Punk Majesty, Straight To Hell, Rock Roll Repeat and more.
The sale isn’t just a perfect reason to buy some flashy clothes, it’s a great way to honour his memory and keep the spirit of Jimmy Webb, rock ‘n roll and punk alive.
Support the I Need More Team and own a piece of punk history here.
CONTACT I NEED MORE
75A Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002
I’m a multi-instrumentalist musician, songwriter, and music journalist. When I’m not gigging with my band Rude Rum or writing, I teach guitar. I graduated from the Music Industry College, Brisbane (where I was in a punk band) in 2016 and plan to spend my life helping the world find a new groove. When asked at kindergarten what I wanted to be when I grew up I simply said ‘a rock star’… nothing’s changed!