Your guide to shopping in L.A. for the week ahead.
Another weekend means another excuse to get out of the house and do a little shopping. Here, the best sales and events throughout L.A. this week.
After a successful run of his "Lots of Stuff in a Store" pop-up in New York, Deadmau5 is opening his doors in Los Angeles to coincide with his sold-out, four-day show at The Shrine. The shop will open on Fairfax Ave where he'll sell apparel, toys, vinyl, art and more merch in collaboration with Fancy.com.
Also featured in the store will be many of Deadmau5's personal collection of mau5heads on display, including a one-of-a-kind piece by Ron English created at the lots of stuff in a store pop-up in NYC. Fans can bid on the head at Omaze.com, an organization which partners with celebrities to auction off one-of-a-kind merchandise and experiences for the charity of the celebrity's choice. Proceeds from the auction of the mau5head will be donated to Win, the largest provider of homeless shelters and housing services for women and families in New York.
The shop is open Friday and Saturday (April 28-29) from noon to 8 p.m.
346 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Black Halo Style, a red-carpet favorite of young stars like Jeanette McCurdy and Kellie Pickler, is hosting a warehouse sale this weekend, with select styles up to 70 percent off.
Head over to the brand's headquarters on Friday (12 p.m. - 5 p.m.) and Saturday (9 a.m. - 3 p.m.) to pick up pieces from the brand's EVE and ready-to-wear collections which include jumpsuits, dresses and more.
648 Mateo St, Los Angeles, CA 90021
Philipp Plein is headed to the desert.
The German designer is opening an outlet at the Desert Hills Premium Outlets, just a couple hours outside of L.A. and on the way to Palm Springs, should any Angelenos be making the trek back to Indio for this weekend's Stage Coach festival, which is taking place at the same fields where Coachella was held over the past two weekends.
The massive, approximately 1,800 square-foot store is the brand's first west coast outlet, and its fourth in the U.S. The shop, which officially opens next week, will carry pieces from across the Philipp Plein categories (sport, men's and women's) at discounted prices from 25 to 65 percent off.
48750 Seminole Dr, Cabazon, CA 92230
New York-based shoe brand Quero Shoes, which launched just last year, is opening its doors on Abbot Kinney for its first Los Angeles pop-up shop.
Known for its leather boots and brogues, Quero shoes can be customized online with 29 different textures and colors and delivered in 4-6 weeks. The pop-up, however, will feature stock options of the luxurious, made-in-Spain collection.
The Venice store is open from May 4 to June 4.
1301 Abbot Kinney Blvd. Venice, CA 90291
This Saturday and Sunday (April 29-30), Anine Bing is having a sale on select styles for up to 20 to 25 percent off.
The L.A.-based brand, which launched in 2012, is known for its selection of luxury, cool-girl staples, from leather jackets and silk kimonos to of-the-moment denim, which has made the brand a favorite of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jessica Alba.
The sale will take place both in stores and online.
8128 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90048
#BuyMeLA brings a curated selection of brands, including NewbarK shoes, Aikido swimwear, Carlitos handpainted espadrilles, Contessa LA apparel and Lizzie Mandler fine jewelry to the Arts District in DTLA.
The shop will be open on Saturday, April 29 from 12-6 p.m., and will also feature live music from DJ Future Paris, tarot readings by Helen Is the Moon and an art installation by Paris Reid.
2437 E 8th Street, Los Angeles 90021
True West is a new pop-up experience coming to Venice on April 29, and featuring wares from vintage collectors, dealers and makers.
The selection was curated by Barbara Kramer, co-founder of Designers and Agents, and writer and filmmaker Jessica Hundley; the pair came up with the True West theme aftering being inspired by the "high desert and frontier lifestyle."
The space, which will be open at Le Pop-Up on Abbot Kinney from April 29-May 25, will also feature a photo exhibit of pieces from David Black, Todd Weaver, Taysa Van Ree and more, all of which fold into the True West theme and will be available for purchase.
To celebrate the launch, True West is hosting a party on Saturday evening from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. featuring a live performance by Earth Girl Helen Brown. The party is the first in a series of cultural events which will be taking place at the space throughout its run.
1108 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, CA 90291
NewbarK, the L.A.-based shoe brand launched by stylist sisters Maryam and Marjan Malakpour, has teamed up with Theory on an exclusive collection of slides that match the designers' minimalist-meets-rock 'n' roll style.
To celebrate the collaboration, NewbarK is popping in at Theory's Melrose store, where customers will have the opportunity to not only scoop up a pair of the shoes ($264-345), but also customize them with Swarovski crystals.
The pop-up, which will run through the first two weeks of May, is kicking off next Thursday May 4 with a private, invite-only party with a performance by Cherry Glazerr.
8428 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90069