Moscot Pop Up Shop Opens in Dover Street Market Ginza
Open now through February 6th, 2014 the MOSCOT pop up shop at DSM Ginza features a curated selection of MOSCOT eyewear, including The Special Edition LEMTOSH for Dover Street Market in Tobacco, with MOSCOT's iconic Calibar green glass lenses, which is also featured at DSM New York, and DSM London, exclusively.
"We couldn't be happier about our strategic partnership with Dover Street Market." said Wendy Simmons, co-president of MOSCOT. "Our brands' unique, quirky, creative sensibility works very well together. Our MOSCOT shop-in-shop and pop up shops at Dover Street Market creates a unique environment for MOSCOT customers to experience our brand in a whole new way."
MOSCOT will open an additional pop up shop in Dover Street Market London in early February.
PRICING AND AVAILABILITY
The Special Edition LEMTOSH for Dover Street Market in Tobacco with Calibar Green glass sun lenses retails for $290 US, and is only available at Dover Street Market New York, London and Tokyo, while supplieslast.
Dover Street Market Locations:
· DSM NEW YORK: 160 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10016, USA. Telephone 646 837 7750
· DSM LONDON: 17-18 Dover Street, London W1S 4LT, UK. Telephone +44 20 7518 0680
· DSM GINZA: Ginza Komatsu West, 6-9-5, Ginza Chuo-Ku, Tokyo 104-0061, Japan. Telephone +81 3 6228 5080
For more information on new and existing styles from all MOSCOT Collections, and for a complete list of shops selling MOSCOT eyewear, please visit moscot.com.
ABOUT MOSCOT EYEWEAR
All MOSCOT eyewear is handmade using the highest quality materials, real hardware, and hinges that are riveted through the temple and frame fronts to ensure the sturdiest construction possible. Every MOSCOT frame is available as ophthalmic eyewear or sunglasses, with or without a prescription, and is customizable in a variety of frame and lens color combinations and sizes. With nearly 100 years of eyewear expertise, MOSCOT carefully inspects every frame for quality control in its own labs, housed within its New York City Shops, before dispensing eyewear to costumers worldwide.