Herschel Supply has opened a pop-up shop in North Vancouver, Canada, which will run throughout the summer months. Located just a half-hour drive from their headquarters, The Lemonade Stand features exclusive Herschel Supply products, along with cold-pressed lemonade four ways by The Juice Truck.
All lemonade profits will be donated to ArtStarts in Schools, a charitable organization that benefits Canadian youth. Refreshing Plain and Strawberry lemonades are joined by premium flavors that include the antioxidant enriched Blue Majik and toxin absorbing Charcoal. Also available are pop-up themed Herschel Supply Packable Daypacks and Totes, which are available in exclusive colors and prints that coincide with the lemonade flavors.
“This is the first time we’ve done something in our own backyard,” explains Jamie Cormack, co-founder of Herschel Supply. “We’re excited to bring a best-in-class retail experience to our community.” With plans to open their first flagship location in the Spring of 2018, The Lemonade Stand provides a taste of Herschel Supply’s design and story-driven retail capabilities.
At just 298 square feet, the pop-up space has been transformed into a modern rendition of leisurely summer days and childhood lemonade stands. A lively pink tone adorns the walls and ceiling, along with hand-painted lemon wallpaper detailing.
The standout feature of the space is the eye-catching custom, hand-blown yellow glass light fixture by Vancouver and Berlin-based contemporary design firm, Bocci. Residents of and visitors to Vancouver are invited to come celebrate the Summer of Lemonade at 4377 Gallant Avenue in Deep Cove, North Vancouver.
Design: Herschel Supply
Photography: Stephen Wilde
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