STAYCOOLNYC Launches Summer 2018 Collection with '80s NYC Pop-Up

Featuring custom wallpaper created by Japanese artist Yoko Honda.

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STAYCOOLNYC brings in another dose of ’80s and ’90s nostalgia with its latest Summer 2018 collection, which is set to launch via the label’s first pop-up store located in downtown NYC. The collection features signature STAY COOL cozy gear, including embroidered hoodies and T-shirts, slides, keychains and necklaces, all of which boast vibrant colors and eye-catching designs.

Limited quantity 1/1 STAY COOL branded vintage tees and jeans will also be on sale at the pop-up, which was produced in collaboration with creative studio Vibes. The pop-up space will be set up like an ’80s hangout lounge featuring retro furniture, nostalgic collectibles, colorful stickers, an electric blue rug and custom wallpaper created by Japanese artist Yoko Honda.

Take a look at some of the products that will be featured in the pop-up, which will be on display from June 5 -11. The first 15 people to arrive will receive a free T-shirt.

STAYCOOLNYC Summer 2018 Pop-Up
208 Bowery, New York
NY 10012
11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. EST

For more cozy gear, take a look at the Palm Angels “Palm Island” exclusive capsule collection.

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STAYCOOLNYC Summer 2018 Collection

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