Detroit Center for Design + Technology | Lawrence Tech University

4219 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48201

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NOEL NIGHT HOURS: 5:00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.

Lawrence Technological University’s Detroit Center for Design + Technology (DCDT) will host its Holiday Pop-Up Shop as part of Midtown’s Noel Night. As part of this event, the Center will host a range of vendors who will look to sell there holiday focused goods to Noel Night patrons. This year our line-up will include Western Market, Boro, Detroit Barbers, Mama Coo’s Boutique, 8-Way Scarf, Jo Caputo Photography, Not Sorry Apparel, Detroit Wick Candles and 313 Ghostbusters. The shop will be open from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Boro returns for a second year at DCDT. Boro is a Detroit-based consignment and resale shop that features a well-curated selection of designer and vintage clothing and accessories. Look for independent, designer, vintage and functional items when Boro pops up. Visit

Cheryl Labes will showcase her 7-way shirt scarf in winter-friendly materials like ultrasuede, velvet and many colors fit for the holidays.

Detroit Barbers returns for a second year at DCDT. Owners Jami and Chad Buchanan will offer an array of men’s care products for sale, as well as onsite haircuts by one of their expert barbers. Learn more at

Detroit Wick will sell a collection of locally crafted candles. The company is based in Eastern Market and committed to sustainable practices through their focus, scent branding. Learn more at

Jo Caputo Photography Jo Caputo is a photographer, graphic designer, and visual artist based in the Metro Detroit area. He specializes in portrait, street, nature, and event photography. One could describe his design style as abstract minimalism while pushing the boundaries of legibility. By utilizing his creative ability Jo has the goal of enhancing perspectives of every day life and helping clients remember the moments they never want to forget.Jo Caputo Photography will offer prints and an on-site photo booth. Experience Detroit on Noel Night through the lens of Jo Caputo. Visit

Mama Coo’s Boutique is rooted in its Corktown community and known for selling one-of-a-kind vintage pieces – from accessories to home goods. Learn more at

Not Sorry Apparel won’t let you apologize for being your true self. The apparel and lifestyle brand uses eco-friendly, sustainable practices in crafting its upcycled clothing. The owners focus on re-branding and upcycling pre-loved garments to provide stylish, one-of-a-kind pieces that customers can afford and feel good about wearing. Learn more at

Western Market returns for a second Noel Night to DCDT Woodward Gallery. Western Market is as an independently-owned and operated grocery and specialty food shop located in downtown Ferndale. For 35 years, the market has evolved to offer customers a carefully curated, ethically-sourced foods and goods. Learn more at

The Detroit Center for Design + Technology is the home of Lawrence Technological University College of Architecture and Design’s Detroit programs. Situated in Midtown along Woodward Avenue, DCDT programs provide additional opportunities to engage organizations, professionals, students and groups within the city. Its Design Incubator is set to launch in 2017 and features these programs: a DCDT Business Accelerator, DCDT Coworking Space, DCDT Design Studio and a DCDT Fellowship Program. Learn more at Connect with DCDT on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @detdesigntech.