Luba Pop Up Shop comes to Aggieland


Luba by Hannah Payne is a women’s clothing label that was established in 2014. The label was originally based in Colorado, but, as Luba expands, they are placing pop-up shops in various states in order to gauge potential success and reach new customers. The next stop for this high-quality brand is College Station. Luba has partnered with The George to plan an evening of shopping, snacks and more right in Century Square.

All of Payne’s clothes are designed and made in New York City and Los Angeles. The label prides themselves on the fact that every level of the clothes-making process takes place in the United States. The pop-up shop will include an array of jackets, dresses and tops that are of the quality and style you might find in your favorite boutique.

Luba is a label focused on female empowerment. They use this focus to create quality clothing and promote body positivity, supporting diversity in the industry and keeping the needs of real women in mind at all times. Luba is unlike the numerous brands that subscribe to unattainable beauty standards and are unrealistic for real women.

When you attend the pop-up shop, you will enjoy complimentary cocktails and light snacks while you shop. A portion of the proceeds from the pop-up shop will be donated to local nonprofit organization Twin City Mission. This nonprofit has been helping people in the Brazos Valley that are homeless, abused or in need since 1963. They have a reputation of being a group of locals giving their time to other locals, and they are truly making a difference in the lives of Brazos Valley residents.

Don’t forget to head to Century Square for this one-day shopping and social experience on April 19 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Luba by Hannah Payne is committed to quality and service. Support your community, have a cocktail and check out American-made clothes made for real women.


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