Pop-up fashion

This new pop-up shop in downtown Manhattan is designed by London-based artist and architect, Graham Hudson, in collaboration with non-profit arts and culture organisation BOFFO, and one of fashion’s exciting new names, Patrik Ervell.

It’s the latest project in the ongoing ‘Building Fashion’ series, which brings together an exciting roster of emerging fashion designers and architects to create dynamic temporary retail environments. A new space launches every three weeks with the help of sponsors MAC Cosmetics, Focus Lighting, Architectural Systems, and the Council of Fashion Designers of America. Supima cotton are also supporters of the program, which has worked to create exclusive merchandise with each of the program’s designers – Ervell created a limited edition ski-mask available exclusively at the boutique.

Via. http://www.wallpaper.com/fashion/boffo-building-fashion-pop-up-store-new-york/5489

  • TB Lee

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    On the purely legalistic this seems to be a clear case of theft. Can you condone that by not involving the law?

    A difficult call and I don’t envy you your dilemma.