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Project No. 8 Second Holiday Pop-up Pops Up in Paris

Project No. 8's Tribeca pop-up via <a href="http://ny.racked.com/archives/2010/11/03/project_no8s_teeny_tiny_tribeca_popup.php#pop-ups-project-no-1">Racked New York</a>
Project No. 8's Tribeca pop-up via Racked New York

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Project No. 8 has definitely been scratching their expansion itch. The bleeding edge New York boutique known for carrying all the designers you probably should already be aware of plus buttery, perfect shoes by Margiela already split menswear and womenswear into two separate downtown boutiques before opening the most designerly hotel gift shop probably ever in Manhattan's Ace Hotel. In early November Racked New York reported the shop's fourth space—a tiny Tribeca holiday pop-up.

We guess conquering Manhattan wasn't enough—we just got word of a Project No. 8 pop-up in Paris! It only opened this past Wednesday and will hang around until December 23rd. Hours are bit limited—Tuesdays through Saturdays from 2pm to 7pm—so plan accordingly if you're in the City of Lights and holiday-hankering after some Bless, Complex Geometries or Slow and Steady Wins the Race.
· Project No.8's Teeny Tiny Tribeca Pop-up [Racked NY]
· Project No.8 [Official Site]

Project No. 8

78 Rue des Archives, Paris, France