Fashion find of the week: Pop-Up on Fifth spotlights Black, women-owned brands

Fashion find of the week: Pop-Up on Fifth spotlights Black, women-owned brands

The Peoples Gas Holiday Market may have come to an early close this year because of COVID-19, but there are still other places to shop Downtown to support Pittsburgh-based designers and artists.

The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership opened for the holiday season Pop-Up on Fifth, featuring creations by three Black women-owned businesses. It’s housed at 230 Fifth Ave., the site of the former JoS. A. Bank Clothiers, through Dec. 31. It’s open Tuesdays through Saturdays 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The featured brands are House of H.E.R. (all-natural, handmade body products), Frank and Myrhh (wearable artisan goods made from textiles from West Africa) and ModelMovement (handbags).

Curating local designers and selling their selections under one roof has become a holiday tradition of sorts for the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership. In recent years, other pop-ups have set up shop inside Fifth Avenue Place and along Liberty Avenue.

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