On Saturday, December 4, sustainable hemp fashion brand STARDOG Loungewear hosted the grand opening of their first-ever US Pop Up shop as part of Art Basel in Miami. Guests included FOODGOD, aka Jonathan Cheban, the most influential name in food. DJ Los de la Vega spun beats as guests, including influencers Ashley Michelle Suarez and Jasmine Tosh Stewart, enjoyed delicious Ron Barcelo cocktails and spritzes. Coyo Taco provided delicious Mexican food for patrons to snack on while shopping for the hottest pieces from the latest STARDOG collection.

Made with the smallest possible environmental footprint, STARDOG Loungewear only uses safe, non-toxic, and sustainable materials. Each of their pieces is ethically and sustainably sourced using 100% organic hemp and handcrafted in Colombia by the brand’s ateliers. Located in the Wynwood district of Miami, the new pop up STARDOG Loungewear boutique will remain open through the holiday season and into the new year.

The new STARDOG Loungewear boutique in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood will remain open through the end of the year. Photo Credit: Ancora




About Stardog Loungewear: Stardog Loungewear eschews traditional, environmentally harmful fast fashion manufacturing processes for an eco-friendlier approach. The brand uses a ground-breaking manufacturing process, extracting hemp fibers from non-psychoactive types of cannabis to create their fabrics in a way that leaves the smallest possible environmental footprint from its sowing to its decomposition. Their slow-fashion processes are revolutionizing the emerging US loungewear market in an impactful way and their commitment to sustainable manufacturing that equally respects the people, environment, and animals brings true quality and comfort to the pieces they create.