One-weekend only pop-up shop Casa Sur comes to Bushwick
New York City-based hat brand Tio y Tia has launched Casa Sur, a three-day pop-up concept store in Brooklyn's Bushwick neighborhood.
The pop-up will offer shoppers a range of over 40 womenswear, accessory and lifestyle brands, and will take place inside the brand's office, shared with FABR studio.
Featured brands include jewelry label Casa Clara, offering handmade accessories by artisans in Tepic, Mexico and Bali, Indonesia; Ilana Kohn, the eponymous brand founded in 2011 and focused on minimalist, colorful silhouettes; and Brooklyn-based boutique Maimoun, which curates its collections from small designers around the world "who honor the traditional, slow and thoughtfully carried out process of creation," according to the brand's website.
In addition, shoppers will also have access to sponsored add-ons like mezcal drinks, line portraits, hand-poke tattoos and tarot readings.
Tio y Tia announced the shop's opening in a post on their Instagram, as well as on the Casa Sur website launched by the hat brand to promote the new shop.
Creating hat designs inspired by the American Southwest, Tio y Tia was founded by Nicole Najafi, Johanna Peet and Lucy Laucht. The brand's product line is designed in New York and made in America, with wool sourced from ethically raised sheep in Texas.
The Casa Sur shop will remain open until September 30, from 11 A.M. to 7 P.M. every day.
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