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Happening now on Livingston Street in Brooklyn: The Mociun pop-up shop, which is currently featuring eighteen different designers and everything from women's and men's apparel, books, jewelry, furniture, and artwork. Vendors on the list include clothing brands Bodkin and Shabd, jewelry designers Lauren Manoogian and Erin Considine, and handcrafted tablewear from Clam Labs, among many others. (Head here for the full list of vendors, which also includes founder Caitlin Mociun's own apparel collection.) The sale runs from May 5 to May 29, and is open from Wednesday to Sunday, 12pm to 7 pm. We can't think of a better reason to head to Downtown Brooklyn—or anywhere, for that matter—than a pop-up of this magnitude.
· Mociun Pop Up Shop [Tumblr]
· Shopping Snapshots [NY Times]