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Pop Souk Takes Over the Hiro Ballroom; A Cardigan Complaint

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CHELSEA—This Sunday, October 23rd, a conglomerate of DJs, designers, and drag queens will turn both floors of the Hiro Ballroom into a marketplace called Pop Souk. Vendors include Amanda Lepore, Jenne Lombardo, and Ladyfag, while sponsors include Pat Field, Oak, and Stylelikeu. Both groups will be selling off hand-picked merchandise in their personal pop-up shops. Also on the agenda: Drinks, manicures, music, and some potentially incredible people-watching. Find more details on the website. [Racked Inbox]

SWITZERLAND—Here, presented in its entirety and without any edits, is an email we received this afternoon: "Hello. I was touristing NYC and bought a cardigan at 34th street. I am disappointed about its quality. Had to stitch the sleave. What can you tell me? Thanks. Christoph, Switzerland." So, um, what can we tell him? [Racked Inbox]

Oak Clothing

28 Bond Street, New York, NY 10012 212-677-1293 Visit Website

Hiro Ballroom

88 Ninth Avenue New York NY