Ministry of the Interior Pop Up

MOTI Does Pop Up, Again

Fresh off their second pop up store at the corner of Dupont and Davenport, Ossington's Ministry of the Interior is inching even closer to the moneyed set.

Josephine And The Fantasy Collection, a collection of works by celebrity designer Jaime Hayon, is now filling up a narrow space in Yorkville at 162 Cumberland across from The Four Seasons. Inside are intricate porcelain creations that would fit in perfectly as set pieces in a Guillermo del Toro film. There are also some of his amazing lights and Camper shoes. They'll all be on display (and for sale) until December 14th.

It's fun to see stuff like this liven up what otherwise is a pretty predictable street for shopping. And it makes for a good diversion before catching Milk at the Cumberland across the street.


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