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Three Wisconsin retail brands have joined forces to open the Good Day Collective, a pop-up shop in downtown Madison.
One-OneThousand, Red's Mercantile and Wildewood announced in a release Monday their partnership to create a new, one-of-a-kind shopping experience in the former American Family Insurance DreamBank location on North Pinckney Street.
The pop-up will feature products from the three different Wisconsin-based brands.
One-OneThousand, a creative studio in Madison working with artists, makers and designers, will provide a selection of home wares, ceramics, jewelry and creative supplies from founder Sarah Artz's MADE KITS line. The MADE KITS are One-OneThousand's line of creative boxes featuring all the supplies to create an artistic, do-it-yourself product.
Eau Claire's Red's Mercantile will add small batches of Midwest-made clothing, jewelry, blankets, pottery and more to the pop-up space. Owner Becca Cooke focuses her shop on the empowerment of women, so the space will host some "lady-charged events" during its pop-up period.
Kate Holl, the founder of Wildewood, brings a botanical touch to the Good Day Collective with plants, botanical-inspired gifts and products that will help with plant care.
Good Day Collective opens Oct. 18 and will run until Jan. 18 at 1 N. Pinckney St. The shop will be open Wednesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sundays, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.