PILSEN — Reclaimed furniture shop Modern Cooperative is turning three years old on Friday and owners plan to celebrate with sales, a jewelry launch and lots of fun.
The Pilsen vintage shop's celebration kicks off during Pilsen's Second Friday art walk, said co-owner Tiffany Paige. From 6-11 p.m. Friday, the shop will offer shoppers champagne, cupcakes and launch POWERS, a handcrafted jewelry line made in Pilsen by Maranda Powers.
Lost Girls Vintage, which operates a pop-up shop at Modern Cooperative, will have a "$5 dollar holler" sale and 20 percent off full-priced merchandise Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Modern Cooperative's bargain basement will also be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, featuring items at 25 to 60 percent off.
On Saturday and Sunday, Solo Salon will host a boho braid bar at Modern Cooperative, and Scratch Goods will stop by Saturday for a skin care demo using their food-grade beauty products.
Modern Cooperative opened in May 2012 in a storefront at 818 W. 18th St. before moving into one of Thalia Hall's retail spaces in September 2013.
In November 2014, the shop expanded into a neighboring storefront in Thalia Hall, now offering 4,500 square feet of mid-century modern furniture, decor and gifts.
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