Pop up fashion at Openhouse, thanks to Pearl & Company + Horizon Designer Sales

Once spring hits, fashion pop ups in downtown New York are as consistent as Yankee baseball in up, uptown. This week, Openhouse is hosting a fashion pop up store for Horizon Designer Sales and Pearl & Company. We’ve got pin stripes and polka dots, floral prints and zebra stripes. Shoes, dresses, jewelry, tank tops, even a small dog named Brutus. Dog not for sale! Everything else is, and for great prices. The downtown pop up runs from 11 am to 8 pm and ends Thursday evening.

Designer fashion items at the Openhouse pop up were 60% to 85% off.

Fashion lines at the Openhouse pop up are 65% to 85% off retail prices, and Horizon Designer Sales provided some great labels. Betsey Johnson, Oscar de la Renta, Cynthia Rowley, Dolce Vita, Ben Sherman and Edun to name a few. Edun is U2 front-man Bono’s label, so you know the line goes great with sunglasses. Plus, proceeds from Edun sales go to African schools, and the cotton’s all organic.

Profits from Bono's Edun line head across the ocean to African schools.

If you’re into, you know, low prices for high-end contemporary fashion from American and European designers, come down to 201 Mulberry. Say hi to Julia Veli Kreibich, an artist-slash-sample sale-producer, who runs Pearl & Company. You’ll see the spring styles (and Brutus too).

Navy blue never goes out of style. Neither does soft.

Some more goodness:
1) Check out Pearl & Company’s site. They’re fusing fashion and charitable causes like a perfect rivet and blue jeans.

2) Hit us up on our Facebook page and on Twitter.


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