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— November 12, 2015 —

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New In: Hunter opens first pop-up in Soho, New York

Are you heading to The Big Apple for Thanksgiving or the Christmas holidays? Here's some special news for you:

Hunter recently announced the opening of its first pop-up store in New York City. Located at 108 Wooster Street in SoHo, the Hunter SoHo
Pop-Up opened its doors on November 4th 2015 – just in time for winter and the holiday gifting season.


Led by Creative Director Alasdhair Willis, the concept for the 2,926 ft² store was developed uniquely for the pop-up space. Taking inspiration from Hunter’s first flagship store, which opened on London’s Regent Street a year ago, the pop-up will also draw on other key references from the progressive British heritage brand, bringing the unmistakable spirit of Hunter to the heart of New York City.


The pop-up will include a full assortment of product from both Hunter Original and Hunter Field including footwear, outerwear, accessories and Kids.


The Hunter SoHo Pop-Up will be open until mid-February 2016.


Happy shopping!

— November 6, 2014 —

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Newsflash: Jeff Koons x Hèrmes Birkin

Something very interesting is about to happen in NYC this weekend. We got news that Jeff Koons customized 8 Hermès Birkin bags donated by fashion's super powerful and influential people like Dianne von Furstenberg and Sofia Coppola.

Jeff Koons will also auction life sized sculptures to benefit [email protected], pushing for vaccination worldwide.


“Jeff Koons has created eight unique wall sculptures that incorporate donated Hermès Birkin bags as ready-made objects on mirrors,” the Koons studio reports. “These new sculptures recall some of Koons’ earliest artworks that he made when he moved to New York as a young artist in the late ’70s and which were on view recently at his retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art.”

The sculpture and the individual bags will be auctioned by Simon de Pury on November 9 in New York, with all proceeds benefitting the United Nations Foundation, reported.