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Despite being founded in the '90s, British-based clothing line Religion isn't so well known Stateside. That should change this week, when they launch three simultaneous pop-up shops in Lower Manhattan. Located at 25 Howard Street, 379 Broome Street, and 355 Bowery, the temporary stores open this week Wednesday and close July 31st. Inside, you'll be able to shop the spring/summer 2013 collection for men and women.
To celebrate the launch, the brand will host a party Thursday evening at the Broome Street location, which is located within Openhouse Gallery. Cocktails, exclusive artwork by The Black Soft, and a performance by We Barbarians will all go down at the event—open to the public, BTW—from 7pm to 10pm.
· Religion [Official Site]