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PARIS: The Politics of Keith Haring

The Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris unveils the largest dedicated retrospective of American artist Keith Haring. On view simultaneously at Le Centquatre, the grand-scale exhibition entitled “The Political Line” highlights the profound “political” content ever-present in Haring’s work.
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NEW YORK: Warby Parker

Having experimented with various shop-in-shop boutiques, trendy online eyewear brand Warby Parker has unveiled its very first brick-and-mortar location. The newly opened flagship boasts high ceilings, terrazzo flooring, and a rosewood-paneled optical station where full-time optometrists offer eye exams for just $50.
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LONDON: David Bowie Pop-Up Store at Selfridges

With the recent opening of the David Bowie exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London continues to go crazy for all things Bowie this spring. Most recent is the Selfridges David Bowie is All Yours concept retail space, a clever collaboration between the V&A and the renowned department store.
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NEW YORK: Libra Leather

Self-appointed Leather King Mitch Alfus is making noise in SoHo with the opening of this six-week pop-up. He is the owner of Libra Leather, the biggest designer resource for leather and fur, with clients such as Donna Karan, Ralph Lauren, and Alexander Wang.
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PORTO: Wrong Weather is Just So Right

Welcome to Wrong Weather, a fashion and lifestyle concept shop in Porto, Portugal, perfectly suited for the contemporary man. Designed by Francesco Moncada, sharp angles and crooked light fixtures complete the interior of this unique boutique/gallery space.
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LOS ANGELES: Blogger Bazaar

Ever wish you could raid the closet of a street style blogger? If you're in L.A. tomorrow, YOU CAN! The Blogger Bazaar brings together some of the biggest names on the Net, all peddling their covetable clothes, accessories, and footwear at super low prices.
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LOS ANGELES: Duncan Quinn’s Cask Chronicles

With his impressive mutton chops and piercing gaze, world-famous tailor and bon vivant Duncan Quinn could be mistaken for a dashing, well-dressed version of Wolverine from X-Men. But this handsome fellow isn't about justice- since 2003 he's been the American king of custom-made suits, ties, pocket squares, and shoes for Men, all of the absolute highest quality.
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PARIS: Converse Pops Up

As part of their new "Shoes Keep it Clean, Sneakers Get Dirty" campaign, storied American lifestyle brand Converse has opened a coolly inspirational new pop-up shop in Paris' 10th arrondissement.
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NEW YORK: DKNY

With a temporary space in the Flatiron District, DKNY is putting the 'NY' back into DKNY.
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LOS ANGELES: JCP + Joe Fresh Pop-Up

From now until Sunday, if you're in lovely Los Angeles and looking to stock up on affordable spring basics, be sure to hit up the Joe Fresh pop-up shop!
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LONDON: Chanel Pop-Up Flower Stall

A match made in heaven, beautiful hand tied flower bouquets by one of our favorite beauty brands, the Chanel flower stall opens for three days in Covent Garden on Friday, just in time for Mother’s Day on Sunday 10th.
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LOS ANGELES: Citizens of Humanity

Citizens of Humanity has been one of the top names in denim for ten years, yet until now, they've never dipped their toes into the wonderful world of pop-up retail.
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LONDON: LN-CC Reopens for Spring

Loved and treasured by fashion people in the know, London concept store LN-CC recently reopened its Dalston store after a temporary closure. New for the season is the Secular Space, a dedicated accessories and footwear room with a covetable selection of shoes, bags and jewelry from the likes of Lanvin, Givenchy, Balenciaga and Jil Sander.
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TOKYO: Psycho Apparel’s Terrific Tights

Japan, it is said, has historically lacked the divide that Westerners perceive between commercial product and pure art. This would certainly explain the Japanese love of art-fashion collabs that in other markets might elicit cries of ‘sell-out!’. Taking this fondness a step further is new Tokyo tights brand Tokone.
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COPENHAGEN: Citizen Hip- Helle Hestehave and Rikke Baumgarten

Helle Hestehave & Rikke Baumgarten FOUNDERS OF BAUM UND PFERDGARTEN Quirky cuts and prints, vintage-inspired silhouettes, and a laid-back chic aesthetic define stylish Danish womenswear label Baum und Pferdgarten. Founded in Copenhagen by Helle Hestehave and Rikke Baumgarten in 1999, the brand is one of the most coveted fashion labels in Scandinavia, with popular flagship stores in Copenhagen and Oslo. Here, local ...
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