Ibiza Love Child Pop-Up Weekender+
Nov. 28 to Dec. 3 and Dec. 14 to Dec. 25, from 4pm to midnight at Ibiza Love Child, 29 Wythe Ave., Williamsburg
While it ramps up for a grand opening in February, Ibiza Love Child has been doing pop-ups at Verboten while quietly operating by appointment only on other days. But starting Black Friday, designer Mary Wagman will invite holiday shoppers into her 2,500-square-foot warehouse – a “warm, yummy environment,” she assures us – so they can check out her private line as well as the funky duds she imports from that party mecca of Ibiza.
Wagman stocks the official t-shirts of Space Ibiza, DC10 and Amnesia; wacky tees depicting dogs or cats wearing headphones; clothing that specifically caters to regulars of Burning Man, BPM, and other festivals; items from “lots of the designers you see in the hippie markets in Ibiza”; and some higher end stuff that’s also imported from Spain (think furry, embroidered vests).
At the holiday market, she’ll be joined by Spoon My, who’ll be selling his spoon accessories and “Sorry, I’m Not a Dealer” t-shirts. And on Dec. 14, Ibiza Love Child will host its first “DJ suitcase” event, wherein out-of-town DJs will sell off personal items. First up: Wagman’s friend Cassy, who’ll be in town for a gig at Output.
Meat Mrkt Festivus
Dec. 13 from noon to 8pm at Verboten, 60 N. 11th St., Williamsburg
After launching earlier this year with an art show curated by Wu-Tang Clan founder Oliver “Power” Grant, this pop-up series is returning with its patented combination of urban streetwear, booze (courtesy of The Bronx Brewery and Crispin Hard Cider), DJs (Dollar Bin and L S D X O X O, among others), and art (there’ll be “interactive live painting” by We Are Raw Process LLC). Among the vendors are Badacious, Benchmark Bags, Bcalla, Daniel Silverstein, J.Papa, Мишка, New York Couture, Rearrange Us, Something Happening Shop and Uglyduklyn Clothing.