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Colder days and longer nights are approaching, but it might not be so noticeable when formerly empty storefront after storefront is filled with seasonal pop-up shops. So many brands are taking advantage of the approaching holidays (and your more-open-than-usual-wallet) by crashing in used spaces for the next month or two, from NYC newcomers like Lands' End and Hunter to online brands like JackThreads and Outdoor Voices. And now two more are set to join this crowd next Thursday, November 12th.
Jewelry lovers should jump at the chance to check out Dannijo's "Conversation Pieces" shop at 68 Gansevoort Street, not far from the showroom where the brand holds its sample sales. It'll feature vintage clothing from A Current Affair, Morgan Lane lingerie, and books alongside its selection of classic, exclusive and holiday jewelry and handbags.
Plus, Baron von Fancy will be creating some custom displays that'll change up through the shop's run. It's open Thursdays through Sundays from 11am to 7pm until December 31st.
On the same day, Nautica will launch its first-ever pop-up shop at 134 Fifth Avenue with an assortment of apparel, accessories, and gifts — so that's everything from outerwear and sweaters to candles and coffee table books. There'll also be some Timberland boots and 7 For All Mankind jeans to complete your outfit. This one's open daily from 10am to 8pm (and 11am to 7pm on Sundays) through December 27th.