[Update] Ponce City Market's LB Brand Pop-Up Opens May 11

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[Update] Ponce City Market's LB Brand Pop-Up Opens May 11

'Polaroid portrait sessions' available Saturday and Sunday to celebrate grand opening, Mother's Day.

LB Brand is set to open its Ponce City Market pop-up shop Friday, May 11.

The 750-square-foot store, situated next to Ponce Denim Company, will carry company’s full line of apparel for women, men, and children, alongside accessories and home decor.

In celebration of the grand opening weekend and Mother’s Day, moms can have a "nostalgic polaroid portrait" taken for $10 in front of The LB Brand’s "Protector. Lover. Mother.®" mural this Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Located just outside of The LB Brand’s storefront in Ponce City Market’s courtyard, the mural is by Atlanta artist Christina Kwan.

Photographs will be taken by the brand founder, Jen Roberts, and moms can bring their polaroid to the shop on Saturday and Sunday of the grand opening weekend to receive 20 percent off their entire order.

LB Brand Ponce City Market Mural
Protector. Lover. Mother.®" mural | Photo: Official
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