Have you ever thought that the water bottle you hold in your hand could one day become a part of your clothing style? One sock – one plastic bottle, says Darija, co-founder of the Ūkai brand.
It is an invitation to a sensitive, poetic, and natural world. “Life is made up of small things, just like stained glass is made up of small pieces, just like a person.”
A world where there are no measurements and no standards, where the ugly meets the beautiful, and where lost and unnecessary items get a new meaning. All these things make my project different and alive.
Things that are persistent and clear always remain contemporary and relevant.
The popup.lt community could describe this summer as a coincidence that made beautiful and magical things happen.
A sensitive and responsible local brand that asks questions in its work and design. The GRETES invites you to ask these questions too. Meet the GRETES brand.
Every day, people from different fields join forces to create a product that has been thought out to the smallest detail.
Nida – a magical space surrounded by hypnotic dunes, quiet Curonian lagoons, sandy beaches, fragrant pine forests, and the mood-changing sea. Nida – the place where popup.lt is staying for the entire summer.
Clothes should make our lives easier – precisely this view of values that best conveys Lina Andriukone’s work. Finding beauty in minimalistic aesthetics and subtle details, the designer combines functional fashion with clear personal values reflected in each of Lina’s creations.
During the “Smart Pop Up“ event, different spaces inside Lukiškės Prison 2.0 will perform different functions. By getting to know the authentic locations, event guests and community members will be able to explore the work of local designers, an exhibition of artists’ works, and a space for discussions.
The freedom created by clothes allows you to boldly go straight to the city as soon as you get out of bed – this universal concept is presented by the designer Lauryna Tamošaitytė.
One of the stars of the popup.lt event cycle – “Smart Pop Up” – combines fashion, design, art, music, and the hustle and bustle of the city in a unique space.
Justina Vilčinskaitė and Dovilė Aleksandravičiūtė, the founders of the interior design studio Grey on Grey, are inspired by mountainous landscapes and the materiality found in nature.
The team of the Lithuanian underwear brand JURE has created a great introduction to our conversation while telling us about themselves, which is how we’ll start this second popup.lt interview with community designers.
These words have acquired a very clear symbolic meaning, which, in our opinion, today already includes not just the actions related to the military steps of the aggressor country. We, therefore, are using the phrase for a broader context.