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LOWER EAST SIDE—The Pop-Up For Dreamers has settled in at 90 Stanton Street, and is keeping itself busy with Memorial Day activities: There's an info session with the candle makers of Mad Brooklyn (with cucumber lemongrass cocktails, to boot) beginning at 6pm, followed by brow shaping courtesy of Walker's Apothecary between 12pm and 6pm on Saturday, and a free mimosa when purchasing a Fleury Rose Nails manicure on Sunday (be sure to book an appointment beforehand at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GOVERNORS ISLAND—The Better than Jam summer pop-up (a seasonal iteration of the Bushwick boutique) is returning to Governors Island beginning tomorrow, featuring 38 local designers selling handmade art, jewelry, apparel, accessories, and more out of a brick brownstone on Colonel's Row. For more information about vendors and hours, head here.
SOHO—Also making a return just in time for summer? Home goods brand Hedgehouse, bringing its signature Throw Beds in new patterns and fabrics (for 25% cheaper than if you're ordering online!) to 403 Broome Street. They'll be open from 11am to 7pm Mondays through Saturdays and on Sundays from 12pm to 6pm.
SOHO—Well-dressed men (or those aiming to be) will want to check out the Thaddeus O'Neil pop-in shop at Carson Street Clothiers (63 Crosby St.), running through June 4th. The 2015/16 Woolmark Award nominee has its signature board shorts, along with tanks, pants, raincoats, and more in luxe fabrics on offer starting around $265.