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Here’s What You Can Buy At Gucci’s New Psychedelic Pop-Up Shop

The luxury retailer opened the disco ball-encrusted shop in an old drive-thru bank in the West Loop.

Gucci Pin Pop-up opens at 160 N. Morgan St. in West Loop.
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FULTON MARKET — Adorned with a a graphic purple print and oversized glistening disco balls, it’s hard to miss Gucci’s new pop-up shop in the West Loop.

Arriving just in time for NBA All-Star Weekend, the Gucci Pin pop-up officially opened at the old South Central Bank site at 160 N. Morgan St. Friday.

The 2,600-square-foot luxury shop offers an assortment of jewelry, streetwear, pajamas and hooded tracksuit jackets emblazoned with Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele’s new ’60s inspired design.

Shoulder bags, luggage, sneakers, sandals, guitar cases, wallets, purses, phone covers are all for sale, too. A limited-edition basketball is exclusive to the Chicago store.

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A $1,700 track jacket sold at the new Gucci pop-up.

Items in the psychedelic collection start at $25 for a notebook or customers can dig deep, splurging on a $8,900 guitar case.

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The pop-up shop is open daily from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. and closes on March 2. 

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Gucci Pin Pop-up opens at 160 N. Morgan St. in West Loop.
Credit: Mauricio Peña/ Block Club Chicago
Gucci Pin Pop-up opens at 160 N. Morgan St. in West Loop.
Credit: Mauricio Peña/ Block Club Chicago
Gucci Pin Pop-up opens at 160 N. Morgan St. in West Loop.
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GG Psychedelic wool jacquard top $1,600
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A basketball sold exclusively at the store retails for $1,980.
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Small GG Psychadelic backpack $1,790
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GG Psychedelic print nylon hood $390
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GG Psychedelic Print shorts $980
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GG Psychedelic Ace sneaker $670

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