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Fab.com and Fast Company Present U.S. Design Pop-Up Shop

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Rare these days that the accoutrements we fill our lives with are actually made stateside. Usually China, or if you're fancy, Europe. But Fast Company and Fab.com think the times, they are a changin' and luxe goods can be found stateside, without leaving the country, you don't even have to leave your desk.

Linda Tischler, senior editor over at Fast Company says "Americans deliver great designs in innovative ways that elevate products beyond beautiful objects. The products chosen here reflect that, and often have fascinating creation."

Fast Company went hunting for homemade goods. They found a ton of good shit. Fur covered footballs, pocket pianos, denim, t-shirts, hoodies, headphone amplifiers, bambo bicycles and more. Our Shoutouts to local faves include Coudal Partners in the West Loop with Field Notes, and Chris Mantz with Drift Eyewear, and now Internationally known, Herman Miller. Make any purchase from the pop up shop sale and get a free one-year subscription with a purchase from this sale, a $49.90 value.
· Fab [Official Site]
· Fast Company [Official Site]