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CHINATOWN—Tomorrow and Sunday from noon to 6pm, browse "a curated selection of hard-to-find 'zines, photography, art, books, records, jewelry, interesting knick-knacks, and more" at former Refinery29 editor Naomi Nevitt's Two Bridges Pop-Up. You'll find it, of course, between the Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges, at 31 Oliver Street, Suite 5D. [Refinery29]
SOHO—Portland outerwear company Nau pops up on Mercer Street between Broome and Spring next Thursday alongside equally crunchy-fashiony brands like Toms and Freitag. As befits the green merchandise, the store is made almost entirely of found objects: "fallen tree limbs found on the street, timber and metal pipes from derelict Brooklyn factories and piles of discarded cardboard boxes," explains the NYT, "so that when the store closes, at least the garbage won’t be new." The shop, called Here/Nau/NYC, will stick around for six weeks. Click through for a mind-boggling description of how to outfit an entire store out of detritus and make it look good. [NYT]
HOLLYWOOD—In news that literally rocks the fashion world to its very core, Taylor Jacobson has announced plans to leave Rachel Zoe Inc. to style on her own. Like, who wouldn't want a spidery eye-roller picking out their Oscar gowns? [Fashionista]