Lisa Perry Brings Her Retro Styles to Spring Street

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A dress from the spring 2009 collection. Photo: Courtesy of Lisa Perry

Lisa Perry is unleashing her mod, sixties-inspired dresses and skirts on Spring Street with a new pop-up, open tomorrow through August. It's a cheery, retro space, with curvy chairs, colorful dots on the walls, and squares of Bazooka bubblegum scattered in the front windows. Oversize candy-colored duffels are displayed near the entrance, and neon color-block dresses, white-trimmed miniskirts, and sleeveless frocks with circular pockets fill the racks. The new shop stocks the Lisa Perry home line as well, including bright vinyl and floral-print felt pillows, duvets, and sheets. And shelves in the rear of the store are filled with coffee-table tomes on art, music, and photography, making the spot a convenient stop off for gifts.

Lisa Perry, 134 Spring St., nr. Wooster St. (212-431-7467); M—S (11—7), Su (noon—6).