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Miista’s Pop-Up Shop

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Miista’s Pop-Up Shop

Miista’s pop up opened its doors on Thursday, and we couldn’t be more excited.

This isn’t your run-of-the-mill pop up; Miista is intent on re-personalizing the shopping experience. To that end, the London-Based, Spanish-made shoe label has a month’s worth of programming up its sleeve, ranging from life drawing classes to conversations on sustainability in the fashion industry.

Laura Villasenin has pursued a balance of nostalgia and edge in her designs since she founded Miista in 2010. The label’s intimate space on the Bowery is an homage to that pursuit: a simple, sleek interior directs the viewer’s attention to a cluster of shoes topping white pedestals of varying heights. Shoppers can browse a selection of AW-19 styles curated for the New York market, and enjoy a special 15% discount when they buy in-store.

Miista’s Autumn-Winter collection evokes the science fiction-esque quality of our time. The label has contrasted neon hues with classic silhouettes, hand-woven leather with athletic trainer soles. The label’s unique materials (keep an eye out for their recycled-plastic heels, launching soon), and reimagined proportions offer a modern twist on boot and brogue alike, keeping the brand’s vision fresh and invigorating.

Welcome to the neighborhood!

Miista’s Pop Up is located at 213 Bowery from 5th of September until 6th of October. The space will be open daily from 11 am until 8 pm.

Written by Mara Veitch

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