KAAREM Pop-Up in NYC
KAAREM pop-up in 𝓝𝓮𝔀 𝓨𝓸𝓻𝓴 this weekend only, from Friday, June 2nd to Sunday, June 4th❣️
Join us for our last pop-up this season in Brooklyn before we reunite with our Saigon team for the summer. New arrivals, new collection and a restock of our classics will be available, along with a collection fo Vy Voi ceramics and Vietnamese teas by Anna Ye Teas.
𝒯𝒽𝒾𝓈 𝒲𝑒𝑒𝓀𝑒𝓃𝒹 𝒪𝓃𝓁𝓎
Friday, June 2nd to Sunday, June 4th
138 Willoughby Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
*please check-in at the front desk for 51E / Kaarem
Please note a change in location!
We will not be in Dumbo and will pop-up in Downtown Brooklyn at the Brooklyn Point building with amazing views! 🏙️
KAAREM Pop-Up in NYC
with Anna Ye Tea and Vy Voi Ceramics
Anna Ye Teas, Sat 6/3
*Special Saturday Guest*
For Saturday, June 3rd, from 1-4pm, @annaye.tea will be joining us for tea time! Anna Ye, founder/owner of Anna Ye Tea will be serving cups of premium Vietnamese tea that she sources and imports. Her mission is to amplify, build appreciation for and to celebrate Vietnamese tea and tea culture. A limited selection of her teas will also be available for purchase.
Come shop KAAREM and enjoy a relaxing Saturday afternoon with complimentary cups of Vietnamese teas. 🫖🍵✨
Anna Ye, founder/owner of Anna Ye Tea exclusively sources and sells loose leaf specialty Vietnamese tea. She is based in Queens, NY and is 1st generation Chinese American. Her mission is to amplify, build appreciation for and to celebrate Vietnamese tea and tea culture.
Vy Voi Ceramics
A collection of ceramics by Vy Voi will be on display and available for pre-order at the Kaarem pop-up.
Vy Voi is a ceramic design studio based in New York and Sài Gòn by Steffany Trần, focusing on design objects and lighting. Her work connects the dots between historical Vietnamese art contexts and her belief of tenderness in the everyday—expressed into enriching, emotional objects.
All works are designed, produced, and assembled in NY.
Steffany believes ceramics are pieces of comfort and culture, reflecting the joys of being human. Her vision is to highlight cues from Việt Nam’s rich—yet often overlooked—ceramic history, such as each era’s prouder forms and distinct glazes. Allowing the past to inform the present, she molds her learnings with soft shapes and lines to bring a brighter presence wherever they live.
Marrying her background in industrial design with her love of organic materials, her work is characterized by their warmth and application of multi-layered glazes. Her process works with the tensions of wall thickness, fluidity, and transitions in form—all through her fingertips. Without the use of traditional rib tools, she shapes every delicate curve by hand, allowing her touch to be the voice in her process. She primarily works with porcelain for not only its elegant results when fired but for its fickle personality when throwing, celebrating its carefree, unpredictable nature.
Vy Voi [vee · voy]
Vietnamese people love alliteration—and a good nickname. It’s a form of affection without the “I love you.”
The name Vy Voi comes from an enduring childhood nickname that affectionately fuses “Vy” (her Vietnamese name) and “con voi,” (the Vietnamese word for elephant) together, used to describe her remarkable appetite. Regardless of shape or size, her pieces highlight a signature, delicate, flared opening—reminiscent of an elephant’s trunk.