Retail Events

State and Liberty Pop-Up, through August
Warm weather is here! If you’re looking to upgrade your summer work wear, turn to State and Liberty. The e-commerce brand specializes in athletic fit performance fabric dress clothes for men. The brand’s signature offerings are the athletic fit performance dress shirts, designed with more room in the upper body and a slim waist to show off “V” body shapes. The proprietary athletic performance fabric is moisture wicking, wrinkle-free and machine-washable. Fewer trips to the dry cleaner means more time to enjoy summer in Center City. Shop State and Liberty’s Philadelphia pop-up shop open now through August.
State and Liberty, 1702 Walnut Street,

Nicole MillerA Philadelphia Store-y: 25 Years of Nicole Miller Philadelphia exhibit at Drexel University, through August 30, 2019
The Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection (FHCC) of Drexel University’s Westphal College of Media Arts & Design is presenting a retrospective exhibition highlighting work by renowned fashion designer Nicole Miller. The exhibition A Philadelphia Store-y: 25 Years of Nicole Miller Philadelphia pays tribute to the retailer’s contributions to fashion and philanthropy in the city. The Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection is open to the public Monday through Friday from 9am – 3pm in the URBN Center at 3501 Market Street. For more information, click here.

The Bourse: Breakfast Bootcamp Series, Saturdays through Labor Day
This summer, The Bourse and SWEAT Fitness have teamed up to launch Breakfast Bootcamp. On Saturday mornings from 9AM-10AM, enjoy yoga on The Bourse’s patio followed by a complimentary brunch item from one of The Bourse’s vendors. Each workout is $5 to join and all proceeds will go toward a rotating local charity. Tickets for the first four classes can be purchased online here- proceeds support Morris Animal Refuge and participants will receive a sticky bun and 16-ounce coffee from Barry’s Buns. Tickets for the remaining sessions can be purchased the Monday before the class. Please remember to bring your own yoga mat.
The Bourse, 111 S. Independence Mall E., 215.625.0300,

STORY at Macy’s: Outdoor, through September
In collaboration with DICK’s Sporting Goods and Miracle-Gro, this adventure-filled offers an outdoor-inspired playground that places an editorial focus on entertaining, bringing the outdoors indoors, as well as recreational activities. Explore the theme through inspired, exclusive merchandise that brings the splendor of nature to your indoor spaces. Shop a range of plants, indoor gardens and curated products from over 70 brands.
Macy’s, 1300 Market Street, 215.241.9000,

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The Shops at Liberty Place: Rhythm in the Rotunda with Music Monkey Jungle, ongoing
Every Monday, starting July 15, the Rotunda at The Shops at Liberty Place will transform into a center stage for interactive music performances for children. From 10:30AM – 11:00AM, Music Monkey Jungle will sing and dance for little ones. Stop by for free summer fun and shopping in a one-of-a-kind retail destination in the heart of downtown Philadelphia.
The Shops at Liberty Place, 1625 Chestnut Street, 215.851.9055,

Paper Source: Kids Art Camp, ongoing
Looking for a creative way for your kids to spend their summer days? These week-long experiences are perfect for your junior crafters. During each week, kids will be encouraged to discover, design, and create with a variety of materials and will come away with several finished projects. See projects and class times for Kids Art Camp below.

  • July 29 – August 2: Personal Stationary, Accordion Memory Book, Zippy Pouches, and Paper Mache Animals. Classes run for two hours every Monday through Friday in the morning and afternoon.

Paper Source, 1628 Walnut Street, 215.732.2324,

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Shakespeare & Co.: Creative Non-Fiction Memoir and Essay Writing Workshop, July 24
Calling all writers! Join local writer and writing trainer Susie Perloff for a free creative writing session (adults only) at Shakespeare & Co. from 4PM – 6PM. Susie Perloff is a widely published writer who has taught adults how to write since 1988 and has more than 150 by-lines in The Inquirer. To participate, please bring up to 750 words of a manuscript and eight copies (to share) typed double-spaced in 12-point Times New Roman. For more information, visit
Shakespeare & Co., 1632 Walnut Street, 215.486.2106,

Rescue Spa: Valmont “Body 24 Hour” Launch Event, July 24
Since 1985, Valmont, the Swiss anti-aging expert, creates unique skincare products and daily rituals to enhance your beauty. On Wednesday July 24 from 1-6PM, visit Rescue Spa and be one of the first to experience Valmont Body 24 Hour!
Rescue Spa, 1601 Walnut Street, Floor 3, 866.772.2766,

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Athleta: Athleta Takeover at CKO Boxing, July 27
Join Athleta Walnut Street for an hour long cardio intensive workout from 9AM – 10AM at CKO Boxing in Rittenhouse Square. Combinations on banana-style heavy bags will be broken up by functional body weight exercises to supercharge calorie burn while strengthening and toning your whole body.
CKO Boxing, 1616 Walnut Street, Suite B2, 215.732.1000,

STORY at Macy’s: Herb Garden Planter Customization with Miracle-Gro, July 31
Roll up your sleeves and create your own, customized mini herb garden at this hands-on workshop from 6:30PM-8:30PM. Choose your own edible herbs, decorate your pots using paint, tape, and chalk and take home your own mini garden. 3 herbs + pots will be provided for each guest. RSVP to this free workshop here.
Macy’s, 1300 Market Street, 215.241.9000,


Shop Center City Saturday is returning this fall! September 28 is the final day of Philadelphia Fashion Week – and it will be the perfect time to explore everything that Center City’s unique shopping scene has to offer. Retailers and restaurants throughout the downtown are creating exclusive specials, events, and one-of-a-kind experiences for you to enjoy. See the full list of happenings here and follow @ShopCenterCity on Instagram and Twitter for updates.