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3 Pop-up Shopping Events in DC This Week

Liberty London’s floral home goods, Kit and Ace technical cashmere, and free Printed Wild tote bags.

Liberty London Pop-in at Nordstrom

The upscale shop that made its name through floral textiles is headed to the USA from its London location. As part of the [email protected] shopping series, Liberty London products will be making an appearance at five Nordstrom shops around the states, including the Tysons Corner Center location. Anglophiles can get their fill of the collection’s playful floral patterns covering everything from cake stands to gardening tools to tea pots to kimonos, available in store and online through August 2. Nordstrom, Tysons Corner Center, 8075 Tysons Corner Center, McLean; 703-761-1121.

Printed Wild Trunk Show at Salt & Sundry

The French American designer Eva Calonder regularly sells her patterned bags through Salt & Sundry, but on July 8, she will host a trunk show of her Printed Wild collection at Salt & Sundry’s Logan Circle shop. Calonder works out of a studio in Adams Morgan, printing geometric and leafy patterns onto fabric, leather and glass that’s used for bags, planters, candles, note cards, and more. The event will also feature bites and cocktails from Doi Moi and 2 Birds, 1 Stone. Show up to shop between 5 and 7 PM, and have a chance to take home one of the 150 free limited-edition Salt & Sundry Printed Wild totes. Salt & Sundry, 1401 S St., NW; 202-621-6647.

Kit and Ace Pop-up at Union Market

Starting July 9, the technical cashmere brand will be making its second appearance in Union Market, with a pop-up shop that will last through the end of the month. Kit and Ace is the brain child of Lululemon founder Chip Wilson’s wife and son, who wanted to create a machine-wash-friendly cashmere that still had all the softness and luxury of high-end apparel. Stop by to shop the super-soft tees and dresses in preparation for the brand’s October opening at The Shay. Union Market, 1309 5th St., NE; 301-652-7400.

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Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.