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Pop Shop

This month, a surge of style-conscious pop-up stores invade the city. Here's where to go for exclusive spring gear before they disappear.

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The Supima pop-up store.  

Louis Vuitton at the Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Pkwy., at Washington Ave., Prospect Heights, Brooklyn; 718-638-5000
Through July 13
In conjunction with the museum’s Murakami retrospective, Louis Vuitton brings its signature monogram prints across the river with this haute museum gift shop. Find handbags, wallets, and clutches in Multicolor Monogram prints, as well as canvases in the brand-new Monogramouflage print.


Robert Geller at Den
330 E. 11th St., nr. First Ave.; 212-475-0079
Through June 15
Menswear designer Robert Geller—a favorite among the racks of Odin, Camouflage, and Hollander and Lexer—unveils his spring collection this week at East Village concept shop Den. Expect clothing that draws on both his German upbringing and California-surfer style, including leather jackets, striped cardigans, and brightly colored denim.


Supima
72 Greene St., nr. Broome St.; no phone
Through April 13
All the apparel in this comfort-driven store is made of Supima cotton, a high-quality variety noted for its softness. Shop the pop-up's final weekend for Adriano Goldschmied’s vintage-washed jeans, Majestic and Gilded Age T-shirts, Three Dots’ colorful spring dresses, and a variety of silky cotton lingerie from Bodas.


Sol Moscot and his flagship shop.  

Moscot at Earnest Sewn
821 Washington St., nr. Gansevoort; 212-242-3414
April 15–May 24
Eyewear retailer Moscot overtakes Earnest Sewn’s back room this week, offering vintage-style glasses and shades inspired by the thirties, forties, and fifties in a revamped space meant to emulate the brand’s flagship 1915 shop. The opening introduces a co-branded line of limited-edition Moscot x Earnest Sewn glasses, combining Moscot’s Buffalo-Horn Lemtosh frames with Earnest Sewn’s signature copper buttons.

Kidrobot Pirate Store
70 Greene St., nr. Broome St.; 212-966-6688
Through April 27
Kidrobot opened this temporary Pirate Store in late February while they scouted for a permanent location for their collectible toys and Pop Art–inspired apparel. Before the new space opens (scheduled for May 2 at 118 Prince Street), snag signature cartoon-printed T-shirts and toys like Munnies, Chumps, and Zoomies from the overflowing bins at this one-room makeshift shop. As the Pirate Store nears its close, assorted apparel and toys are marked at 50 percent off.


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