The Most Exciting Pop-Ups By Fashion Brands to Check Out This Summer

In the spirit of summer and holiday mode, it’s almost traditional for fashion houses to host pop-ups in popular destinations. This year too, jet-setters can expect to treat themselves to exclusive pieces from some of the world’s biggest brands while vacationing.
Read on for all the designer pop-ups you can walk into on your holiday this season.
Photo: Courtesy of Burberry
Burberry
The British brand has traveled to Jondal, a chiringuito based in a cove on Ibiza’s southern coast for an immersive takeover celebrating the latest Thomas Burberry Summer Monogram collection. The collaboration sees a bespoke version of Burberry‘s new design enclosed in black and brown borders taking over the location’s sun loungers, daybeds, deckchairs, and more. Pieces with the motif inspired by the brand’s founder Thomas Burberry, and introduced by chief creative officer Riccardo Tisci, can also be shopped at the pop-up store on the Jondal beachfront.
Dior
Photo: Courtesy of Dior
Dior‘s latest offering for the summer is the joy-inducing Dioriviera capsule in a range of bright shades and the fashion house’s signature designs from Toile de Jouy to the bayadère stripe. Celebrating international travel, the collection is arriving in holiday destinations around the world including Mykonos, Bodrum, Capri, and Portofino via pop-ups housing ready-to-wear, accessories, and other summertime essentials. A special filter has also been launched on Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat, where users can try on two DiorClub visors or three silk accessories from the collection.
Dolce & Gabbana
Photo: Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana has put a stylish spin on a cabana at the Club Dauphin at the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat on the Côte d’Azur. The space has been rendered with the Italian fashion house’s Blu Mediterraneo design, which pays homage to the centuries-old tradition of ceramic tiling, and is equipped with comfortable deckchairs, a minibar, an integrated safe, power sockets, and USB ports. Guests will also have access to an exclusive pop-up designed to resemble a wardrobe packed with Dolce & Gabbana clothing and accessories for both men and women.
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In the spirit of summer and holiday mode, it’s almost traditional for fashion houses to host pop-ups in popular destinations. This year too, jet-setters can expect to treat themselves to exclusive pieces from some of the world’s biggest brands while vacationing.

Read on for all the designer pop-ups you can walk into on your holiday this season.

Photo: Courtesy of Burberry

Burberry

The British brand has traveled to Jondal, a chiringuito based in a cove on Ibiza’s southern coast for an immersive takeover celebrating the latest Thomas Burberry Summer Monogram collection. The collaboration sees a bespoke version of Burberry‘s new design enclosed in black and brown borders taking over the location’s sun loungers, daybeds, deckchairs, and more. Pieces with the motif inspired by the brand’s founder Thomas Burberry, and introduced by chief creative officer Riccardo Tisci, can also be shopped at the pop-up store on the Jondal beachfront.

Dior

Photo: Courtesy of Dior

Dior‘s latest offering for the summer is the joy-inducing Dioriviera capsule in a range of bright shades and the fashion house’s signature designs from Toile de Jouy to the bayadère stripe. Celebrating international travel, the collection is arriving in holiday destinations around the world including Mykonos, Bodrum, Capri, and Portofino via pop-ups housing ready-to-wear, accessories, and other summertime essentials. A special filter has also been launched on Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat, where users can try on two DiorClub visors or three silk accessories from the collection.

Dolce & Gabbana

Photo: Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana

Dolce & Gabbana has put a stylish spin on a cabana at the Club Dauphin at the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat on the Côte d’Azur. The space has been rendered with the Italian fashion house’s Blu Mediterraneo design, which pays homage to the centuries-old tradition of ceramic tiling, and is equipped with comfortable deckchairs, a minibar, an integrated safe, power sockets, and USB ports. Guests will also have access to an exclusive pop-up designed to resemble a wardrobe packed with Dolce & Gabbana clothing and accessories for both men and women.

Read Next: 3 Travel Apps You Need To Download Before Your Next Holiday

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