Tuesday, December 12, 2017

House of Fluff pops up on the Bowery

House of Fluff, a recently launched "ethically made faux-fur lifestyle brand," is hosting a pop-up shop today through Dec. 24 at 342 Bowery between Great Jones and Bond.

The shop's sign and interior are apparently made from upcycled materials.

The pop-up House of Fluff (their HQ is around the corner on Great Jones) is open from noon to 8 p.m. daily.

No. 342 was last home, in 2015, to a Subway (sandwich shop). The Subway opened here in late 2009, taking over the space after Downtown Music Gallery moved to Monroe Street. Plans for a restaurant here called Poke Run never materialized.


Anonymous said...

I admit my first reaction was to hate this place based on the name, but I checked out their website and they seem to have good intentions:


Like their product or not, it's nice to see a company trying to be good.

Giovanni said...

When I saw the headline I thought this was a pop-up store for Fluffernutter.

Anonymous said...

I go against fur but this shit is expensive.

Anonymous said...

Owned by the Opposum?

Anonymous said...

Does anyone remember Lowchow's way, way back in the day? We've now come to this.😕