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POP UP SHOPS and HOLIDAY MARKETS in NYC

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New York the city that never sleeps even more in fashion. During the whole year there are a lot of markets and pop up stores that is a big opportunity to meet new designers and know a little bit more about their work. Specially, in these dates close to Holidays you can enjoy a lot of Christmas POP UP and MARKETS.

We have visited some of them.

CAPSULE MARKET SQUARE in the West Side where shopping is a experience. This market is a fusion between shop and flea market where the opportunities and deals where present in every stand. There were 120 different brands of vintage clothing, jewelry and specially men´s clothing. This market is focused for consumers and there were a lot of social media raffles such us a instagram´s photocall.

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Next stop was  TEXTILE ARTS CENTER, near the Soho and the highlight was handmade products MADE IN USA. 

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The ABLE MADE HOLIDAY, a POP UP in the Soho and different space for retailers due to the capsule collections and limited edition of every brand. The visitors could walk around the POP UP and you only see products of Able Made.

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Every  POP UP y Holiday Markets offer different experiences focus in different target. But is interesting visit all of them to find the perfect Christmas Gift. 

For last a really good place to visit and find the special gift for this special person is around BRYANT PARK where our shoot was done. 

 

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