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Lease? What Lease?

A selection of some of fall’s fleeting shops.

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At Julie Haus.  

Rachel Rachel Roy
Rachel Roy is using her pop-up to gauge interest in her lower-priced ($59 to $249) Rachel Rachel Roy collection. Shoppers can find jumpsuits, studded dresses, and chain tees (through 9/16, 111 Spring St., nr. Mercer St.; 212-966-3415).


Gucci Icon—Temporary
The company won’t pinpoint where on Crosby Street its pop-up will be. Wherever it does manifest, the emphasis will be on footwear, particularly the men’s and women’s sneakers co-designed by Mark Ronson and Gucci’s Frida Giannini (10/23–11/6, Crosby St.; no number yet).

Original Penguin
The sporty men’s brand will open a Soho shop for four months selling suits, ties, cuff links, shirts, denim, sweaters, and small leather goods like wallets and overnight bags (through 12/31; 103 Greene Street, nr. Prince St.; 212-219-3371).

Areaware
Called Design to Go, it’s stocked with Jack Spade, the Future Perfect, Malin + Goetz, and Areaware’s popular folding Strida bicycle (through 9/30; Port Authority Bus Terminal, 641 Eighth Ave., at 41st St.; 212-226-5155).

Mackage
Outerwear is the highlight at this meatpacking outpost: Leather bombers, fur-trimmed parkas, and wool coats at $230 to $1,250 (through 9/30; 829 Washington St., nr. Gansevoort St.; 212-255-3807).

Julie Haus
Not many designers would take on opening up a shop and debuting a line at the same time, but that’s what’s happening here. Feminine frocks, plus the new, less expensive J/J by Julie Haus line (through 10/4; 93 Mercer St., at Spring St.; 212-239-4100).

The New Flea
Local designers showcase an eclectic mix of jewelry, vintage dresses, hats, and shoes (9/14–9/20; 201 Mulberry, nr. Spring St.; no phone).


Kiki De Montparnasse/DecadesTwo
Panties, tastefully done sex toys, and vintage from Chanel, Balenciaga, and Marc Jacobs round out the mix in this unlikely pairing of the pricey lingerie and kink shop and the Los Angeles–based vintage-clothing purveyor (10/1–10/4; 79 Greene St., nr. Broome St.; 212-965-8070).


G-Star Raw20 Store
To celebrate its twentieth anniversary, proceeds from the twenty limited-edition items at G-Star’s pop-up (canvas totes, tees, and hats) will benefit children in Tirupur, India (9/14–9/16; 286 Lafayette St., nr. Prince St.; 212-431-3730).

White House/Black Market
Black, white, and a few crimson pieces from the company’s line (through 12/31; 508 Broadway, nr. Spring St.; no phone).


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