Artisanal textile and luxury home décor company, St. Frank, just unveil their first east coast pop-up shop in East Hampton, New York. Offering ethical home luxury for the modern bohemian through a curated collection of handmade products by artisans around the world working in traditional crafts.
The pop up will offer wide range of textiles, vintage pieces, and handicrafts from over 25 different countries. Rather than simply giving back monetarily, Christina Bryant’s (St. Frank founder) mission is to create long-term relationships with suppliers that help to bring these craftspeople stable employment and fair wages.
St.Frank partnered up with interior design firm SWAYSTUDIO to transform their 78 Main St. East Hampton pop-up store into a charming experience. The space is designed to mimic the ambience of an eclectically decorated St. Frank Hamptons home with distinct living, dining, library, and bedroom spaces.
Over the course of the summer the pop up will host several events and exclusive in-store-only brand collaborations including Rachelle Hruska of Lingua Franca and custom Gary Linden x St. Frank surfboards featuring the brands iconic prints.