Kanye West pop-up store open in Northbrook, 20 more cities

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Soccer icon David Beckham and his son Cruz David Beckham at the Kanye West temporary Pablo store in Los Angeles. | Getty Images

Kanye West fans can buy a taste of “The Life of Pablo” at temporary pop-up clothing stores open this weekend at Northbrook Court and in 20 other cities worldwide.

The rapper-turned-fashion mogul’s “Pablo” store in Northbrook is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.

It’s one of 21 of the popup stores worldwide that are open for three days only, carrying clothing inspired by West’s latest album, “The Life of Pablo,” released in February, and other items localized for each store.

West, who hails from the South Side, expanded the popup store concept after a successful trial in New York City in March.

The stores are open in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Boston, Atlanta, Miami, Dallas, Houston, Detroit and Portland, Oregon. Overseas locations include Amsterdam, Berlin, Cape Town, London and Singapore.

West is set to perform Oct. 7 at the United Center and Oct. 8 at Allstate Arena as part of “The Saint Pablo” Tour.

Contributing: AP

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