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June 18th, 2012

Made in Ghana brand AFIA ‘BRING IT TO THE PEOPLE’ with a POP-UP Shop

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Written by: Jacqueline Shaw
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New York’s best independent fashion labels will make their collections available to the people in a collaborative pop-up shop. The Soho Lofts will transform into an exclusively curated boutique with clothing, jewelry, accessories, and swimwear from some of the most sought after and innovative designers in New York City.

Located on the 4th floor of the Soho Lofts at 52 Mercer Street, recently named “Space of the Week” by New York Magazine, the pop-up shop will open from 11am -7pm on Saturday June 23rd and from 12pm to 5pm on Sunday the 24th.  Come meet the designers on Saturday from 4-7pm and enjoy beats and drinks.

The participating labels are at the forefront of the industry and have been recognized by some of the most prestigious fashion awards: Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation, The Green Fashion Competition, and Innovation USA.

The Designer Lineup includes: AFIA, Ambika Boutique, Andy Lifschutz Jewelry, Auralis, Bhon, Carrie Parry, Cold Picnic, Dirty Librarian Chains, Dusen Dusen, Gretchen Jones, H Fredriksson, Mikuti, NOT, Samantha Pleet, Study NY, Tirana Jewelry, and Titania Inglis.




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