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West Third Street's revolving pop-up shop continues its Stateside-made kick. Following menswear designer Jason Scott and cool curator Shelter Half, casual-cool lifestyle brand Goodlife is taking over Liberty Fairs's Concept 8366 1/2 space through April 28th.
Focusing on casual-cool men's basics, the NY-based label offers jersey tees, henleys, fleece pullovers, terry shorts and lounge pants, and swimwear ($55 to $145) in an array of wear-with-anything hues. Plus, find luxe resort accessories by ArteMare, sunnies from Westward Leaning, denim from 3x1, handcrafted leather goods by Waltzing Matilda, and eco-friendly furniture by Viesso.