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Look out for Hasana, a new Clark Street pop-up shop which will not only sell designer styles but also work to provide opportunities for high school girls. The high-end mix of merchandise at the store, which is set to open in two weeks, will include jewelry from cool indie labels like Pamela Love as well as dresses by local designer Horacio Nieto and bags by Laudi Vidni.
The profits raised by Hasana will fund a program focused on science, technology, engineering and math that's designed for young women, DNAinfo reports. Specifically, the profits will allow 20 low-income girls who show great potential to attend an 11-week educational program.
The store is expected to open within the next two weeks and will stay open till October 1. Prices run between $40 to $390.
· Hasana: Pop-Up Designer Store to Raise Money for Girls' H.S. STEM Program [DI]
· Shop Hasana [Official Site]