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Driven by DIY roots, rebellious conformity, and raw edged femininity, each piece represents a departure from convention in both imagery and materiality. Originating in Brooklyn, Pop-Etiquette was run out of my Fort Greene apartment and the materials were laser cut at my friend's architectural model-model making shop in Chelsea. All designs are original and each piece is hand crafted.

Spring is in the air and so are new beginnings. From Brooklyn to Oakland, Pop-Etiquette is relocating and getting a makeover. I'm currently selling all my inventory at a sweet price. Get it while it's hot.

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  • Born on April 18
  • Joined January 24, 2011

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Driven by DIY roots, rebellious conformity, and raw edged femininity, each piece represents a departure from convention in both imagery and materiality. Originating in Brooklyn, Pop-Etiquette was run out of my Fort Greene apartment and the materials were laser cut at my friend's architectural model-model making shop in Chelsea. All designs are original and each piece is hand crafted.

Spring is in the air and so are new beginnings. From Brooklyn to Oakland, Pop-Etiquette is relocating and getting a makeover. I'm currently selling all my inventory at a sweet price. Get it while it's hot.

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