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Pop into the Lawrenceville Pop-Up Market

When Rona Chang saw the impact that covid-19 had on fellow small businesses, she literally took to the street.


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Pop Up Market in Lawrenceville

Minimum Waste and Maximum Comfort

Meet Rona Chang, the founder of OTTO FINN, a Lawrenceville-based sustainable fashion company that believes in minimum waste, maximum comfort, and authenticity. The shop sells a variety of clothing and accessories made from second-hand materials but specializes in coats made from old quilts and kantha blankets.

Spring into a Sustainable Quilt Jacket

Get Hygge

with our Cowl Neck Warmers and stay warm with style.

Handmade Jackets

With the official start of spring just a few weeks away, it could be snowy one day and 50 degrees the next in Pittsburgh. 

If you’re looking for a transitional jacket to help you bridge that gap, there are several beautiful handmade ones stocked.

Pittsburgh Mask Maker Spotlight

Since the beginning of the pandemic, designers, artists, and sewing hobbyists have taken to their sewing machines to fill the demand of masks for the public to wear. Pittsburgh City Paper is taking a look behind the scenes and highlighting local mask makers.