Working Girls to Host Pop-Up Studio Sale at Camp Washington's Anytime Dept.

Find major markdowns are as low as $1 at the annual studio sale

click to enlarge Hot Bod Float and towel - Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Hot Bod Float and towel

Designer Shailah Maynard, the mind behind the locally based Working Girls art and design brand, specializes in creating tongue-in-cheek modern products with

a feminist lean, from “Femme” muscle tanks and crew socks with film titles like 9 to 5 and Mystic Pizza screen-printed on them to pool floats that look like boobs. 

The online shop is hosting their annual studio sale on Aug. 10 and Aug. 11 at Camp Washington's artist-run gallery Anytime Dept. 

Shoppers can expect $5 Hot Bod Floats, $20 Vogue Mirrors and $30 Organza Thank You Bags (which are made locally by Sew Valley), in addition to collaboration pieces, vintages clothing and more. There will be craft activities to partake in, as well as free beer to drink.

The Diorama Gallery will be open during the event, featuring works from 69Seth BogartChannel 77Jill ClearyThu TranPhil Valois and Peter Van Hyning.

The pop-up is reserved for in-person shoppers, there will be no online sales. 

12-8 p.m. Aug. 10 and 12-4 p.m. Aug. 11. Anytime Dept., 3025 Colerain Ave., Camp Washington. 

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