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After 24 Years, Sybilla of Spain Is Opening an NYC Pop-Up Shop

A look from the Sybilla fall 2015 collection.
A look from the Sybilla fall 2015 collection.

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Feel very free to call this a comeback. Sybilla, the Spanish designer known for her simple, organic womenswear back in the 80s, debuted her last collection in 1991 — but after a 24-year hiatus, she's back. And starting tomorrow, the brand is opening a Soho pop-up in celebration of her new fall collection.

Inside the 3,500-square-foot space, minimalist design sets the tone for the collection. Merchandise ranges from hand-felted wool origami-style coats to dresses, each with dramatic silhouettes and often in black and red. Stop by 25 Mercer Street between 10am and 7pm each day through October 25th to shop the collection.


25 Mercer St, New York, NY 10013, USA