This weekend YOYA is heading east - Bowery and Broome to be exact. We’re thrilled to be apart of The Traveling Pop-Up, a curated boutique concept that hosts select designers/boutique outposts, designer consignment and vintage from small business owners in the surrounding New York City area.
With the ever changing climate in the retail marketplace, we wanted to provide a concept where friends, family and clients could shop a beautifully curated assortment in a beautifully curated space. The Traveling Pop-Up, Soho Edition, will be held Saturday, May 5th through Sunday, May 6th at 163 Bowery, 2nd Floor. YOYA will be represented with a selection from the shop, including styles for girls, boys, accessories and an assortment of decor.
Meet our pop-up partners, and learn more about these fellow neighborhood designer brands below.
Rochelle Sara is a swimwear line positioned at the apex of form and function. It champions clean lines and timeless silhouettes that reflect the belief that swimwear, like any wardrobe staple, should showcase its wearer’s character. Every detail is carefully considered, with the collection’s refined speciality fabrics sourced from Italian mills and selected for their beauty, durability and utility. Minimal by design, the collection embodies the elegance of ease and evokes the optimism of leisurely, sun-soaked days. Rochelle Sara is based in Tribeca, and currently sold at retailers such as Barneys New York, Matches Fashion and Goop.
Davis Tisdale Vintage is a vintage collection based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. With over a decade in the wholesale contemporary designer world, founder Elizabeth Criscillo curates vintage pieces from around the world, and styles them with a modern relevance. Each capsule collection is hand picked and sourced from all corners of the globe - from Paris to Melbourne, New York to Sonoma. This weekend, their curated spring assortment will include a mix of '80s and '90s vintage, including pieces from Escada, Moschino, Fendi and Dior.
Consignment Brooklyn is a curated selection of high end labels, designers and fashion based in the heart of Boerum Hill. An Atlantic Avenue retail pioneer, Eva Dayton was one of the first retailers to bring international fashion to Brooklyn back in 1999. Today she offers her customers a place to exchange great pieces with other fashionistas. The shop currently sells brands such as Acne, Balmain and Commes des Garcon, and has made consignment an easy (and fun!) way to refresh one’s closet more often.
To learn more about The Traveling Pop-Up and our curation of designers, visit us this weekend Saturday, May 5th through Sunday, May 6th, 10am to 6pm at 163 Bowery, 2nd Floor.
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