Official Made in Italy ‘Pops Up’ in New York City

Official Made in Italy ‘Pops Up’ in New York City

Milan-based clothing company “Official Made in Italy” is taking New York City by storm, a pop-up storm, if you will.

Official Made in Italy launched a new pop-up shop located in New York City during an international tour in a concerted effort to promote its brand and products, and the New York notables turned out in droves; famous faces making appearances included fashion producer and media guru Redeemer Resk ‘Que as well as YRB Magazine Managing Partner and Editor, Jonn Nubian.

The supreme class company produces high-quality, Italian-made items such as jewelry, shoes, clothing, luggage, and even more. The small pop-up store, which is seated on the corner of the popular New York City location of Broadway, houses luxury brands including names such as Bauli, Bisso Milano, Chevalier, Diva Gioielli, Thierry Rabotin, and more. All of the products featured within the store are known for being fashion-forward, while maintaining comfort, making the company quickly rise to the top.

Aside from housing high-quality clothing and accessories, the store also sells Liquore Strega — an Italian herbal liqueur, and numerous handmade items.

The company’s pop-up shop, located at 434 Broadway in Manhattan, will remain open until Feb. 19, so if you are interested in checking the store, make sure to mark your calendars! Afterward, the pop-up shops will travel around the world. It will be open from April to June in London and July to September in Tokyo. Official Made in Italy then plans to return to New York City.

To learn more about future Official Made in Italy pop-up shops or to view their full catalog, visit

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