The Horse & Style Pop Up Shop to Premiere at Sonoma Horse Park!

by • July 21, 2014 • Life, StyleComments (2)3229

Horse & Style Magazine is proud to showcase the best of the equestrian world, from notable equestrians and events, to standout equestrian brands and independent designers.

Inspired by “The New Independents”, featured on the cover of H&S June/July, Horse & Style Publisher Sarah Appel curated the H&S Pop Up Shop concept to bring independent, unique equestrian apparel and accessories brands to select equestrian events this season.

The H&S Pop Up Shop will serve as a platform to promote and spread exposure for limited, independent equestrian brands such as Eleanor Walton Scarves, Kathryn Lily, 20×60, Gina Johnson Designs, Spiced Equestrian, Annie’s Equestrienne Apparel, Deco Pony, Tara Kiwi, Oughton Limited, and others.

Appearing at limited, select locations this season, the H&S Pop Up Shop will make its debut this week at Sonoma Horse Park, during the HMI Equestrian Classic, July 22 – 27, and the Giant Steps Charity Classic presented by GUCCI, July 29 – Aug 3.

“In the H&S Pop Up Shop, I get to bring my two greatest passions, fashion and equestrian style, to life,” commented H&S Publisher Sarah Appel. “I’ve been thrilled by the immediate and enthusiastic response we’ve received from the equestrian brands that will be on sale at our Pop Up Shop locations. I can’t wait to open the Pop Up Shop for business this week at Sonoma Horse Park!”

Be sure to visit the H&S Pop Up Shop, this week at Sonoma Horse Park. The H&S Pop Up Shop will also appear at the Oyster Cup Polo Tournament in Petaluma, CA on August 16, and the Sacramento International Horse Show in Murieta, CA, September 30 – October 5.

If you represent an equestrian brand that is interested in participating in the H&S Pop Up Shop, email sarah@horseandstylemag.com for more information and details.

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2 Responses to The Horse & Style Pop Up Shop to Premiere at Sonoma Horse Park!

  1. Erin W. says:

    That’s so awesome! Will they only be in California?