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West 3rd Street's revolving pop-up shop is on a menswear kick. Following luxe bespoke footwear label Left Shoe Co.'s month-long residency, Liberty Fairs' Concept 8366 & 1/2 Space is hosting just-launched men's brand Freenote now until Sunday, August 24.
Inspired by "authentic American culture and its timeless icons," the San Juan Capistrano-based label will stock their made-in-the-U.S. merch exclusively at the pop-up before it launches officially in the fall. In addition to offering their debut autumn 2014 collection of printed Southwestern button-downs, basic tees, selvedge denim jackets, leather outerwear, and made-to-measure jeans ($50 to $900), the brand is also bringing along their in-house pattern maker, who'll customize shoppers' bespoke pairs down to the thread color.
Freenote's fêting their temp space with a day-long party this Friday . From 1pm to 1pm, head to the pop-up to enjoy live music and score free shaves and fades, custom screen printed shirts and gratis drinks.
Freenote at Concept 8366 & 1/2 is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11am to 8pm.
· Freenote [Official Site]
· Concept 8366 & 1/2 [Official Site]
· Drifter's Moody Basics Move Into Liberty Fairs' Pop-Up Shop [Racked]
· NYC's Coco & Breezy, Sir New York Pop Up at Concept 8366 1/2 [Racked]
· Left Shoe's Bespoke Men's Merch Steps Into West 3rd St Pop-Up [Racked]