Los Angeles Pop-Up Shops You Don’t Want To Miss

In recent years, the idea of the Pop-Up Shop has matured from an obscure trend to an effective marketing tool for broadening a brand’s exposure. Best of all? There are no rules. Brands are continuously dreaming-up new ways to collaborate with fellow businesses and gin up excitement among shoppers, such as taking up residence in one of LA’s most beloved (and instagrammed) coffeehouses, as shared below. From a sleek accessories label to a multi-platform showroom, here are four Los Angeles Pop-Up Shops that have our attention.

Garrett Leight’s Alfred Pop-Up

Alfred Coffee
*Photo Courtesy of Billy Farrell

What to Expect

In true china doll fashion, Alfred Coffee will host L.A.-based optical authority Garrett Leight in its lively Melrose Place outpost. The space will feature a lens-tinting machine which allows customers to create a custom tint of their choice, available on-demand. Throughout the duration of the pop-up, Alfred will also produce special sleeves by illustrator Blake Wright. Lattes and chic frames have never looked so good.

8428 Melrose Place, Los Angeles
Now through the end of June, 2017
7AM – 8PM daily

Daniel Wellington Pop-Up Shop

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What to Expect

The brand’s full collection of minimalist watches ($135 and up), bands, and cuffs ($59 and up) for women and men, including its signature woven NATO styles and leather pieces. There will even be a customization station where shoppers can get their time keeper bands monogrammed.

1329 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice
Now through April 1, 2018
11AM – 7PM daily

Tamara Mellon Pop-Up Shop  

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What to Expect

None other than the capsule shoe collection from the co-founder of Jimmy Choo. You can schedule an appointment for an in-store styling consultation here.

110 S. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles
Now through July 14, 2017
Monday – Saturday: 11AM – 5PM; Sunday: 12PM – 5PM

 

In Support Of at Platform LA

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What to Expect

Lifestyle goods curated by Garmentory and furnishings hailed by Long Beach-based boutique Kuarto, all of which are housed by In Support Of, a multi-label showroom concept based in New York that aims to support talented designers with unique perspectives. They will also be partnering with Inner City Arts, a DTLA-based non-profit that brings a variety of art education to a multitude of students in the LA area.

8850 Washington Boulevard, Space 107A, Culver City
Now through May 30, 2017
Monday – Friday: 12PM – 6PM; Sunday & Saturday: 9AM – 6PM


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