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It's no secret that we just love pop-up shops, but this one sounds even more appealing than the last few we've seen. Fresh off the opening of a new store in Park Slope, well-respected LES vintage boutique Frock will be opening a pop-up at 129 Prince Street on September 26th with Chicago retailer The Garment Room. The temporary store will be up for three days and will offer a prime selection of vintage from both boutiques, including Alaia, Lanvin, Pucci and YSL pieces; hours will be 11am to 8pm daily. Mark it on your calendar—that is, if you haven't already burned through your budget at Colette x Gap or one of the Target Bullseye Bodegas.
· Now Open: Frock Dresses Up Park Slope [Racked]