Olivia Kim, a master curator, reigning queen of all things indie style, and the director of creative projects at Nordstrom, tapped Poketo for the seventh installment of the the department store's Pop-In concept. Basically, after you stuff your cart with all the necessary apparel, you'll be able to load up on the designy home and office treats for which the L.A.-based store is known.
Find metal chairs and planters from emerging designer Eric Trine, quirky stationary, Japanese enamel cookware, patterned click pens, plus a lot of kitchen trinkets for your inner epicure. The goods won't be available until July 4 (online or in-store), but we've got a sneak peek of the cool collection right here. Click through and take note of what you'll wanna take home when the time comes. (Like, all of it.)
Nordstrom and Poketo Collaborate For A Pop-In Shop
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