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There's definitely no shortage of places to buy Sophomore's '70s NYC-inspired tees, sweatshirts, dresses and leggings around town—think Opening Ceremony, Steven Alan, Confederacy and more—but later this month, the brand will be getting a (temporary) boutique of its very own, when it takes over the pop-up area at Space 15 Twenty.
To compliment its own wares, which feature lots of exposed zippers and retro graphics for guys and girls, four other brands have been culled for the mix—
Seneca Rising, another brand of vintage-y looking cotton pieces; Scorpio Rising, Sophomore's line for Urban Outfitters; NYC-based women's shoe brand Madison Harding; logo tees for guys from aNYthing; and a selection of pieces from East Village vintage shop Circa Now. The New York invasion will commence on Saturday, August 22, when actress Drea de Matteo and musician Shooter Jennings will be on hand to cut the shop's proverbial ribbon.
· Sophomore [Official Site]