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Welcome to The Neighborhood: Pop up shops and panels come to the 2nd Street District


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The Neighborhood set up shop in The 2nd Street District, bringing together local, national and international brands impacting their communities in a positive way. These pop up shops are set up along the stores on 2nd Street. 

Along with the pop up shops, The Neighborhood will have panels, music and showcases through Thursday.

Lilly Lorraine, designed by Austinite and UT graduate, Christi du Mesnil Craven brought in their new collection to The Neighborhood on 2nd Street.

Authentic goods ranging from jeans to leather, Paleo Denim helmed by Richard Cole is made in Austin. 

You can custom create Guate Boots online. These colorful boots are hand crafted in Guatemala. 

Helping the world one shoe at a time is local brand Teysha. Made by artisans all over the world, each shoe helps empower communities and individuals alike.

BedStu shoes, bags and leather goods came from Brooklyn to be a part of The Neighborhood.

Bringing art to your feet, BucketFeet contracts artists such as Alejandro Nuñez, Aaron Firestein and Meryl Rose-Philips to create designs for men and women. 

The Neighborhood taking over 2nd Street District.

31 Bits is fashion for good. Working with the people of Uganda this jewelry line empowers by making a difference in the lives of the jewelry creators. 

31 Bits bracelets.

I O Denim takes innovation a step further. Making secret pockets for smart phones, these well-made jeans are crafted in Austin.

Bags, belts and guitar straps from Copper Peace are ethically made in Los Angeles.

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