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Pop Up Shop benefit aids domestic assault survivors

by Rachel O'Neal | September 12, 2021 at 3:07 a.m.
Nicole Winters and Diana Smithson

Fashionistas -- mostly women -- flocked to the Pop Up Shop, a weeklong upscale shopping event benefiting Women & Children First.

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It marked the seventh year of the sale. Last year's sale was canceled due to the covid-19 pandemic. The event kicked off with an Aug. 20 preview party and concluded on Aug. 28. It was held in the Pleasant Ridge Town Center in west Little Rock.

Clothing -- including many designer pieces -- as well as jewelry, home accessories and furniture were donated by supporters of the nonprofit organization that helps survivors of family violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.

-- Story and photos by Rachel O'Neal

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