This year’s pop-up piano festival in Paris, Play Me I’m Yours, just concluded on July 9th, but there’s one piano still surprising visitors daily. In the beautiful Terminal 2E at Charles de Gaulle Airport sits an impromptu piano, unpainted like the Play Me I’m Yours pianos, but still a welcome respite for weary travelers. It’s not part of the official festival, but someone has clearly taken the cue.
Clothes delivered to your door within the hour, at the tap of a finger—with the help of life-size touch screens and eBay, the new Kate Spade Saturday pop-up shops are taking window shopping to a new level throughout downtown Manhattan. The brand, a more casual, less expensive offshoot of Kate Spade, is offering passers-by a mix of online and in-person shopping through its 24-hour window shops. (more…)
The original iteration of Conflict Kitchen, Kubideh Kitchen serves Iranian takeout. Source: Conflict Kitchen.
In the three years since it opened, Pittsburgh’s Conflict Kitchen has served Iranian, Afghan, Venezuelan and Cuban food under four different names. The pop-up style restaurant is currently an Iranian restaurant called Kubideh Kitchen. But next month, the cuisine could be North Korean, Israeli or Palestinian. By serving food only from regions that are in conflict with the United States, the restaurant aims to bring social and political consciousness to the dinner table with the goal of familiarizing the foreign. (more…)
With splashes of color and a make-your-own flip-flop bar, popular Brazilian flip-flop company Havaianas has set up its first-ever pop-up shop at 74 Gansevoort Street for the summer, until September 3. The main attraction is a giant wall with shoes of every color and pattern for men, women and kids (starting at $18 for basic adult colors, $14 for kids). (more…)