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Fleur du Mal has staged at French revolution within Clic Gallery. A two-week pop-up shop features the brand's fall collection—ready-to-wear and lingerie—as well as a selection of curated vintage odds and ends, including Jane Birkin records and French photography magazines.
Jewelry by Parisian designer Yazbukey, Fleur du Mal wallpaper, limited edition Eiffel Tower t-shirts, and custom tulle panties round out the Francophile offerings, which range from $45 to $995. And to celebrate Bastille Day, the pop up will offer complimentary cocktails from Lillet, 12pm to 2pm on Sunday.
· Fleur du Mal [Official Site]