by Stephen Garner

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Pop Up Flea, a short-term shop for long-term goods, is returning to the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan for its annual holiday market with over 80 brands. It will run from Friday, December 11 through Sunday, December 13. On hand will be an interesting collection of men’s and women’s apparel, vintage house wares, accessories, leather goods, and food and drink.

The Pop Up Flea will play host to a vast line-up of men’s brands — from new discoveries like The Arrivals, Hestra and The Citizenry, to tried and true companies like Sleepy Jones, Red Wing Heritage, Topo Designs and TUDOR. London-based Albam will be on hand selling all of its popular menswear that isn’t otherwise available anywhere in North America, while Alps & Meters will offer its line of outerwear and performance clothing.

Some of the special events happening at Pop Up Flea this weekend include: Cuts and shaves by Freeman’s Sporting Club’s barber; diamond engraving objects by Owen and Fred; monogramming by Lotuff; Billykirk leather stamping; and the first-ever opportunity to use the NB1 New Balance custom footwear program.