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This Is How Kate Spade Saturday Does U.S. Brick and Mortar

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While the Kate Spade Saturday Soho store won't open 'til fall, their Meatpacking District pop up gives a taste of how the brand will do brick and mortar. While Saturday does operate stores in Japan, the brand has only been available by digial means in the States—until now.

After the success of their touch-screen storefronts—and feedback from customers really, really wanting to try the clothes on—Saturday extended their stay at 30 Gansevoort Street by building out the space behind the digital storefront and filling it with clothing, accessories, and travel items. The shop will be open through October 31st, with special events every—wait for it—Saturday. Plus, if you take a selfie and tag @ks_saturday along with the hashtag #katespadesaturdaypopup, you'll earn 15% off your order.
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