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Tribeca-based designer Robin Brouillette opened a temporary shop right in her backyard. According to the Tribeca Citizen, Brouillette curated the shop for ladies who don't venture out of the Triangle Below Canal. (She said there might as well be an electric fence along the famed street.)
To that effect, Brouillette has stocked her pop-up with 32 female designers, including Araks, M. Patmos, and Tess Giberson. The goods themselves range from striped shirts, twee lingerie in air-mail packaging, and chunky knits to children's clothing, skincare, and dog accessories. Basically, everything the modern Tribecan woman might need.—Cambrey Thomas
· Robin Brouillette Online [Robin Brouillette]
· Pop-Up: Robin Brouillette + Tribeca Collective [Tribeca Citizen]