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RackedWire: More High Line Merch; Williamsburg's Happiest Pop-Up

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MEATPACKING DISTRICT—At this point, if you wanted to dress in head-to-toe High Line merchandise, it wouldn't be hard. Above, please enjoy Shelly Steffee's scarf and picnic bags and ADAM's High Line t-shirt. [RackedWire; Previously]

WILLIAMSBURG—We can't guarantee that Happy Place is the most aptly-named pop-up market of all time, but sure sounds like it. This weekend from 12pm-6pm at 26 Broadway, fifteen indie designers will be selling their own work plus vintage (Courrèges, YSL, Helmut Lang, Chanel) in a space that sounds kind of amazing. Explains the Moment: "The sale is being held in a raw space on the ground floor of an apartment building overlooking the Williamsburg bridge. In the vast sea of concrete, the brightest spot (literally) is a yellow canvas 'house' conceived by Molly Findlay and hand built by the Ladd brothers." That does sound kind of like the scene that appears whenever we close our eyes and try to meditate. [The Moment]