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Neighborhood SEEN Magazine is kicking off the holiday shopping season with a pop-up shop! This event will make it easy to check everyone off your gift list while supporting the local boutiques, businesses and designers in our community. We have included all the detail below and would LOVE to see you there!

Seen Magazine Pop-Up Shop Details:


Who: SEEN Magazine is partnering with the Reyes Projects Gallery to bring you the ultimate shopping experience.

What: “Shop Local for the Holidays” Pop-Up Shop experience. Gifts will be organized into  ‘shops’ based on who you need to buy for — kids and teens, hostesses, foodies, fitness buffs, outdoor lovers and more… how great is that?

Where: Reyes Projects, 100 South Old Woodward, Birmingham,  Michigan 48009. Corner of Maple and Old Woodward, in the heart of the downtown Birmingham shopping district.

When: Friday, November 3, 2017 10am – 9pm & Saturday, November 4, 2017 9am – 7pm.

Give back: A percentage of proceeds will go to Detroit Goodfellows. This year, 34,000 children in Detroit, Harper Woods, Highland Park, River Rouge and Hamtramck will get holiday gift boxes filled with clothing, candy, books, toys and more. They also do more than make sure kids aren’t “forgotten” one day each year. Enhancing their lives with shoe and dental programs, camperships and scholarships to Wayne State University. Because regardless of what day it is, “forgotten” is no way to feel.

Participants: Found Objects, Caruso Caruso, Guys N’ Gals, Scout – Royal OakPaula & Chlo, Orleans + Winder, Anuja Tolia, CapriciousElla Designs JewelrySundance Shoes, Kiloh & Co., Ruby’s BalmGazelle SportsBateel USA, John Varvatos, dolce MODA, Sfumato FragrancesFranklin Village Boutique, SharklionBundled

Drought: where juicing is easy

Our Experience. 

I was inspired to start juicing about two years ago after watching the documentary Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead. Before you start to scream YUCK at your computer screen – I promise that if you get the right recipe you will LOVE green juicing.

With that being said, the healthy habit of juicing from home takes a lot of work. Perfecting the recipe, cleaning your juicer, buying/preparing the fruits and veggies…I wish their was a way to have freshly pressed juice pre-made and ready to drink….oh wait – there is!

The James sisters opened Drought in Plymouth and now have a location in Detroit. They offer lots of juices to choose from, which are all so yummy. Drought Juice is cold pressed which keeps it pure. Read about the many befits of Drought Juice HERE.


The Detroit Drought location in the Shinola Store.