Unbranded for the Holidays
Deep Ellum's Unbranded pop-up shop gets homey and holiday ready
Unbranded, the Deep Ellum pop-up presented by Need and Foot Cardigan, settles into week three by showcasing goods for the home. Plus there is a special event coming up the Saturday after Thanksgiving, if you like to shop for holiday gifts as a form of post-Turkey Day cardio.
Starting Wednesday, November 19, you can visit with the following creatives at Unbranded, who are setting up shop until end of day Saturday:
- Lilco Letterpress: Prints, cards and gifts from Lily Smith
- Season Two: Repurposed home decor from Christa Robson
- Flower Child Plants: Floral and terrariums from Cynthia Koogler
- R2 Finds and Designs: Midcentury modern furniture and decor from Richard Reed
- Kurt Griesbach: Architecture and landscape photography
Also coming up, on November 29, 11 am-6 pm, Unbranded is hosting Shop Small Holiday Market, featuring myriad local makers, designers and other startups to celebrate Small Business Saturday. Shop Small is a partnership with Carly Nance and Rachel Bentley from The Citizenry, a local home goods startup.
In addition to Citizenry products, visitors can shop Get Reel Goods, jewelry lines like Kristin Miller and Valentine-Giannone, Of Mud & Coal leather goods, Oh Deery florals, and Woven Laine textile art, among many others. There also will be complimentary beer tastings from Community and Holy Kombucha mimosas. Complimentary gift bags and custom calligraphy will be available with every purchase.
Unbranded's regular hours are Wednesday-Friday, 3-7 pm, and Saturday, noon-7 pm. Join them for a happy hour on November 19, 5-7 pm. Tweed is still serving coffee during pop-up shop hours and at the Shop Small Holiday Market.
In previous rounds, Unbranded has welcomed Quixotic pocket squares, artist Riley Holloway and several jewelry designers. The purpose of this project is to provide free retail and events space to entrepreneurs, designers, developers, photographers, artists and the like for a couple of months to help them gain exposure.