In honor of American Father’s Day this Sunday, award-winning menswear designer John Bartlett has temporarily transformed his standalone store in New York’s West Village, which is normally stocked with his main, eponymous collection, into a showcase shop for the Claiborne by John Bartlett line he recently launched for apparel giant Liz Claiborne.

The small store was completely refitted and will stock this more mainstream, “Dad-friendly” collection, which primarily targets department store customers with its preppy and colorful pique polos, plaid and seersucker shorts and casual pants that are priced mostly under $100, through next Monday, June 22.

At the grand opening party on Wednesday night, Bartlett told Sportswear International that there was a chance that the temporary shop’s scheduled lifespan might be extended depending how well customers responded to the collection over the weekend. He added that he was also considering keeping some of the new fixtures in place when the store switches back to carrying his primary line and that he will continue to stock some of the Claiborne by John Bartlett pieces indefinitely.

The Claiborne by John Bartlett “Pop’s Shop” is located at 143 Seventh Avenue South at Charles Street.

—Christopher Blomquist