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The Creative Collective is back at Tysons Corner Center with a Holiday Pop Up

The Creative Collective Holiday Pop Up is back at Tysons Corner Center!

Located on the first floor of Tysons Corner Center across from H&M, the Creative Collective Holiday Pop Up will run November 19 through December 24 and will feature more than 40 local, creative makers, designers and curators.

“We’re very excited to be back in-person this year. This is our biggest event ever! We can’t wait to see people’s reaction to this year’s Holiday Pop Up!” said Aurelou Cole and Wendy Whittelton, owners of Creative Collective.

The Holiday Pop Up will showcase products from local, predominantly women and minority owned businesses. “We love supporting small, local businesses. We truly have something for everyone — handmade jewelry, leather accessories and pottery; children’s clothing and books; organic skincare products; cashmere coats; candles; holiday cookies; specialty chocolates; sustainable products for your home; furniture and home decor, including some great vintage pieces; lots of gifts; and amazing art. A number of our partners can customize their products to add that special touch!” Cole and Whittleton said.

The Creative Collective Holiday Pop Up opens on November 19.

Follow the action at Creative Collective’s Instagram and Facebook pages (@creativecollectivepop).

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