The pop-up is a chance for shoppers to browse from a inspiring selection of chic and timeless heirlooms and objets d'art that would make great presents this season.
"Vintage is unique," Carly Sioux, founder of NO ERA, told Adore. "It has character and it's found rather than ordered. It's sustainable in many ways, in that it's environmentally conscious as well as there are many small businesses who support themselves currently in this up and coming market, rather than big box corporations. Vintage is also quality, as it's already stood the test of time."
Sioux founded NO ERA in 2019, but has been an avid thrifter since her teenage years. Her background is in art, both as a practicing artist and a degree in Arts Administration and Business, and it is what she is most inspired by. She says she approaches interiors with the mindset of an artist rather than a traditional designer and enjoys the uniqueness and warmth of collective items rather than "achieving perfection" through custom design and contemporary furnishings. When she is sourcing furnishings and accessories, she does not limit herself to only one or two stylistic periods (hence the name) and is currently attracted to 1970s and early 1980s fashion, interiors, and design of Milan, Italy.
Guests can expect a range of wares on display including pottery pieces, barware, serveware, art, and an assortment of Brutalist brass and bronze accessories. The pop-up will take place inside PISCObar, the hotel's Peruvian inspired cocktail lounge.
The Catahoula Hotel is located at 914 Union Street