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Beth Hoeckel x Madewell Harbor East Pop-Up Shop

Prints, treats, champagne, and a sale!

By Lauren Bell | May 28, 2015, 2:36 pm

-Beth Hoeckel
Charmed Life

Beth Hoeckel x Madewell Harbor East Pop-Up Shop

Prints, treats, champagne, and a sale!

By Lauren Bell | May 28, 2015, 2:36 pm

-Beth Hoeckel

Multidisciplinary artist Beth Hoeckel will be hosting a pop up shop at Madewell in Harbor East on Thursday from 6-8 p.m.

Stop by to buy some of her amazing collage prints (including two exclusive prints, not available online!) while enjoying treats from Dooby's, champagne, and 20-percent off of your entire Madewell purchase when you spend $125 or more.




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Lauren Bell is the style editor for Baltimore, where she covers shopping, fashion, home, and health and wellness.



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