east coast edition | May 31, 2018 |
Homepolish opens its first-ever pop-up

Homepolish is coming to Saks Fifth Avenue for its inaugural pop-up. Running June 1 to 6 in New York, Place by Homepolish will feature a design from Homepolish designer Emma Beryl Lesser, who will return to transform the space (she just designed the Bumble Hive at Saks, a pop-up designed for the dating app), this time with furnishings from ABC Home and Carpet, Uprise Art, Hem, West Elm and more.

The Homepolish-designed space for the Bumble dating app pop-up, held at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York; courtesy Homepolish
The Homepolish-designed space for the Bumble dating app pop-up, held at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York; courtesy Homepolish

Homepolish says of the pop-up, which will also host programs and events during its weeklong run: “In addition to the pop-up experience, Homepolish has also created a printed zine highlighting Homepolish-designed projects, limited-edition tote bags, and illustrated posters featuring a few of your favorite Homepolish designs, which will be available at the space. While it’s a designer’s job to create spaces that draw you in, we wanted to pay a special tribute to a few of our most iconic designs. So in honor of Place by Homepolish, we reached out to our favorite illustrators to reimagine some of our favorite spaces as the works of art they truly are by working with Laura Supnik, Ali Macdonald, Lauren Kaelin, and Maria Ines Gul.”

Check out some of the programming highlights, courtesy of Homepolish:

Goop x Homepolish: The Minimalist at Home
Goop’s new contributing editor and executive producer Andrea Arria-Devoe discusses eco-conscious design with editor in chief Danielle Pergament.

Homepolish Designer Genius Bar
Homepolish designers are on hand June 3 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. to answer “all of your burning design questions,” says the brand.

Women in Design Panel, Moderated by Lindsay Silberbush, Deputy Digital Editor of Elle Decor and Town & Country
Panelists Christiane Lemieux (founder of The Inside and DwellStudio), Elizabeth Rees (founder of Chasing Paper), Tze Chun (founder of Uprise Art) and Emma Beryl Lesser (Homepolish designer) are scheduled to appear.

A Well-Designed Life Panel, Moderated by Stephanie Mark, Co-Founder of Coveteur
Athena Calderone
(creator of EyeSwoon and author of Cook Beautiful), Nell Diamond (founder of Hill House Home) and Rebecca Atwood (founder and creative director of Rebecca Atwood) are all on the docket.

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