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This season’s highlights in pop-up shopping.

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Beyond Vintage at Scoop NYC
Beyond Vintage’s signature lace tunics, embellished blouses, and flowy dresses carve out space in Scoop’s meatpacking outpost. Aug. 29 to Sept. 22.

Meatpacking Market
Seventy-five tented booths—including Charm NYC, Edward Owl, and Time Will Tell—encircle a smoothie-shilling “mixology” garden at this 15,178-square-foot indie-retail hub from the crew behind Dekalb Market. Sept. 1 to Oct. 28.

The Shops at Target Pop-up
Be the first to shop Target’s limited-edition collections from Kirna Zabête (women’s), Odin (men’s), the Curiosity Shoppe (novelty items), and Patch NYC (home goods), launching nationally September 9. U.S.A.-shaped cutting boards, tweed shift dresses, and more are in the cards. Sept. 6, 5 to 10 p.m.

JW Anderson x Topshop
Tortoiseshell and zebra-striped denim, varsity jackets, slap bands, colored pencils, and iPhone cases range from $2 to $270 at this supermarket-style pop-up. Starts Sept. 14.

Apolis: Nomad Market at Steven Alan
Filson briefcases, alpaca blankets, checkered scarves, and a handsome Alan-Apolis jute-fiber bag with vegetable-dyed leather straps and antique nickel rivets populate this travel-inspired mini-shop. Oct. 18 to Nov. 30.


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