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Bailiwick Clothing Company Has Opened a Pop-up Shop at the Wharf

Known for its signature “202” DC-area code T-shirt, Bailiwick Clothing Company has opened a new pop-up store that not only includes its own designs, but it’s partnering with Shea Yeleen, another Black-owned DC company, to carry the skincare brand’s handmade products.

“This is the second time we’ve done a pop-up store in DC,” says JC Smith, a co-Founder of Bailiwick Clothing. “Two years ago, we did a summer pop-up at the Shay in Shaw with the organization Think Local First DC, and it was highly successful. This time, we were drawn to the energy and excitement of the Wharf. We always want to be in vibrant, high-activity neighborhoods, and the Wharf is the perfect place for all of that.”

The company started in 2015. Brothers JC and Jeff Smith later said the impetus was what they saw as lack of “cool T-shirts that represented DC.” While the company is still

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Biltmore Estate Introduces New Pop-Up Shopping Experience for Christmas

The Biltmore Company

The holiday season might look a little bit different at Biltmore this year, but the coronavirus pandemic isn’t stopping the Asheville landmark from celebrating its 125th Christmas in style.

Though Christmas at Biltmore officially kicks off with a virtual tree raising on November 4, this year, America’s largest home is helping proactive elves get a jump-start on their shopping with an all-new Christmas pop-up shop.

The Christmas at Biltmore Pop-Up Shop is the first of its kind at Biltmore. Open October 17 through January 9, the pop-up will be located in the estate’s European-inspired town, Antler Hill Village. You can find it in The Biltmore Legacy, the exhibition space within the Village that was most recently a stop in the beloved Downton Abbey exhibition.

The Biltmore Company

Antler Hill Village offers visits with Santa, a farmyard, outdoor fire pits, and a botanical model train display. Like the

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