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New Pop-Up Store in Paris

By Attireclub @attireclub

Last year, in the Le Marais neighborhood, a pop-up store was organized focusing on various brands mostly from Eastern Europe that had not sold before in the French capital.

New Pop-Up Store in Paris

This autumn, a new version of the store has opened on the rue Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth in Paris. The temporary boutique brings together many brands from the Ukraine, most of which have not presented their collections in France before. The participating brands are E.P.P.S., Desali, Nitka, Makmar, Mayumi, Аngelina Maevskaya-Danchenko, Kniga Art Studio and Sokolova INC. Each brand brings with it its own aesthetic and view, offering those who enter the store the possibility to choose from a wide variety of clothes for the autumn and winter.

The opening took place on 3 October and the store will be open until the 12 th at 40 rue Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth, 75003, Paris, between 10 AM and 9 PM. The opening party welcomed many buyers, but also stylists, bloggers, photographers and journalists from several countries.

The store also features an installation by Alexandr Veretennikov, titled Hors de Prix, a work meant in this context to draw attention to sustainable fashion.

Tania Tuka, the Pop-Up Store organizer said about her endeavor that "The aims of these projects are to facilitate the promotion of the Ukrainian fashion designers in France. Unique clothes, perfect quality and competitive price. Fashion consumers are becoming more demanding and seek to purchase the stuff that will remain relevant for more than one season".

New Pop-Up Store in Paris

We're cordially inviting everyone who lives or visits Paris in this period to go check out the pop-up store in the beautiful Le Marais!

New Pop-Up Store in Paris
New Pop-Up Store in Paris

Photos by Constantinе Enquist @enquist.mag

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Further reading:

Discover the 4×12 Pop-up Store in Paris! The 4×12 Pop-up Store Photo Album

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