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Vacation: A One Day Only Summertime Pop-Up Shop

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Looking for some new summer gear? Then Saturday will be an awesome day in the land of getting what you want. R2, Sea Pony, Birdz on a Wire, La Plume Noir, and Mary Weather are getting together for a pop-up trunk show at Wild Feather in the Lower Haight.

Each designer has totally different tastes and has gear for both men and women. Plus Nicolas Dobbratz (from Sugar & Gold/ Of Montreal/ Yip Deciever) will be DJing and there will be Wine and snacks. Sweet right? Kinda sounds like the best way to start off your Saturday night.

Here’s the FB link so you can see if all your friends are going. They probably are.

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Vacation Pop-Up Shop
Saturday 7/28
6-10pm
Wild Feather
593 Haight @ Steiner
[Lower Haight]
FREE

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