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Shop Talk: Goop Lands In Nordstrom; The Echo Park Craft Fair Returns

3:24 PM 5/11/2017

by Sam Reed

Your guide to shopping in L.A. for the week ahead.

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Forgot to pick up a gift for mom this Mother's Day? Take her on a little shopping trip instead. Here, the best sales and store openings in L.A. this week.

  • Goop Lands In Nordstrom

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    Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle and wellness label, goop, is the latest brand to be chosen by Nordstrom's Olivia Kim for a pop-in installation. From May 12 to June 25, [email protected] will carry a mix of products spanning across apparel, accessories, beauty, fitness, self-care and home. Products will be sold at select Nordstrom locations, including The Grove and Costa Mesa's South Coast Plaza, as well as online. 

    Like the department store's other pop-in installations, the goop shop will be merchandised in its own enclosed space, with furniture and design by 1st Dibs and custom Chinoiserie wallcoverings by Fromental.

    Said Paltrow in a release, "Our pop-ups have been an incredible opportunity to really connect with our readers and shoppers across the country — this partnership with Nordstrom allows us to provide that experience on a heightened level of scale, touching new markets and shoppers in the process.” 

    Nordstrom, The Grove: 189 The Grove Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90036

  • Amiri Pops-Up at Maxfield

    Amiri, a grunge, L.A.-based label founded by Mike Amiri, is the latest brand to slide into Maxfield's pop-up space on Melrose.

    The brand, known for its deconstructed denim, flannels and bomber jackets, have been seen on the likes of Gigi Hadid and her boyfriend, Zayn Malik. According to Vogue, Amiri's signature slashed jeans take up to five months to produce, destroy, and rebuild, using "French plonge leather patches in order to achieve that devil-may-care, rock ’n’ roll look." They also start at $1,000. 

    The Maxfield space, which has previously held pop-ups from Virgil Abloh's Off-White and Vetements, will host Amiri from May 12 through June 30. In addition to denim, the store will carry a range of sneakers, men's and womenswear, as well as women's accessories.

    8825 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90069

     

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  • The Echo Park Craft Fair Returns

    The twice yearly Echo Park Craft Fair is back. 

    The fair will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on May 13 and 14, featuring several L.A.-based vendors of apparel and home goods like Marais USA, Miwak Junior, Clyde, Christy Dawn and Bliss and Mischief.

    In addition to shopping, the Echo Park Craft Fair is also bringing plenty of food options to Mack Sennet studios, including Canyon Coffee, Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream and Alejandra's Quesadillas. 

    1215 Bates Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90029

  • 360 Cashmere and Skull Cashmere's Sample Sale

    Now's as good a time as any to stock pile on cashmere for next winter.

    On May 11 and 12, 360 Cashmere and Skull Cashmere are hosting a sample sale where shoppers can find 100 percent cashmere knits priced between 50 and 60 percent off. 

    The sale is going down both days from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Lincoln Creative Studios, and cash and credit is accepted.

    656 Lincoln Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90404

     

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  • Magasin Hosts Billy Reid Pop-Up with Made-to-Measure Event

    Magasin, the cool menswear retailer by Josh Peskowitz, is hosting a month-long pop-up with Billy Reid, running from May 12 to June 15. 

    In addition to the special pop-up experience, Billy Reid's made-to-measure specialist, Mila Pielae, will be stationed in the shop on May 12 and 13 to conduct made-to-measure appointments. To request an appointment, interested customers can email [email protected] or call (805)304-8173.

    8810 Washington Blvd #101, Culver City, CA 90232

     

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