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Pop-up shops will come and go, but one thing will remain — pop-up shops in New York City will keep coming and going, probably until the end of time. Ahead, three of them that you need to know about:
The old Juicy Couture flagship that's sat vacant on Fifth Avenue since last summer is getting a very unexpected tenant. WWD reports that Lands' End is set to open in the 9,000-square foot space at the corner of 52nd Street on November 11th and include everything from a monogramming machine to a hot chocolate bar among the men's, women's, and children's apparel and home products. It's currently scheduled to run through January 31st, but as Lands' End president and CEO Federica Marchionni told the paper, it may become a permanent store "with the right opportunity."
Starting tomorrow, you'll be able to find Vanessa Seward within A.P.C.'s West Village flagship. The designer has collaborated with the French label since 2012 and branched out with her own line earlier this year. Through December 8th, you'll be able to find her fall/winter 2015 collection in a dedicated section of 267 West 4th Street that features its own specialty furniture and mannequins.
And finally, Bowery Boogie spotted signage for a Herschel Supply Co. pop-up at 125 Orchard Street. Alongside bags, accessories, and headwear for the holiday season, you'll find cityscape artwork from Street Dreams and a limited-edition magazine. Like Lands' End, this one will run through the end of January, too.