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Shop Talk: Just One Eye's Warehouse Sale; Simplicity Store Lands in L.A.

2:41 PM 7/20/2017

by Sam Reed

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

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Need a distraction? We think that shopping is always the answer. Here, the best pop-ups and sample sales in L.A. this week. 

  • Just One Eye Warehouse Sale

    Luxury boutique Just One Eye is hosting a summer warehouse sale beginning Friday, July 21 and running through Saturday, Aug. 5. (The space is closed on Sundays.)

    The retailer, which sells pieces from celebrity favorite labels like Rosetta Getty, Gucci, Vetements and Stella McCartney, all curated by owner Paola Russo, will be offering men's, women's, accessories and home goods for up to 80 percent off. Get it while it's hot. 

    953 North Orange Drive, Los Angeles 90038

     

    SAVE THE DATE: JUST ONE EYE WAREHOUSE SALE STARTS FRIDAY JULY 21 - AUGUST 5 OPEN 11AM - 6:30PM. CLOSED SUNDAY

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  • The Simplicity Store Touches Down in L.A.

    Aday, a sustainable British apparel brand which specializes in wardrobe staples like leggings and tees, is taking its "Simplicity Tour" to Los Angeles. 

    The goal of the tour is to prove that packing lightly is possible, all while spreading the word of Aday across the globe. The brand is popping in at Stay at The Platform in Culver City on July 21, and in Venice on Abbot Kinney from July 22-23. 

    The Platform: 8850 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA
    Venice: 1350 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA

  • Giving Keys' L.A. Pop-Up

    The Giving Keys, an L.A.-based jewelry brand best known for its necklaces which feature motivational words and phrases etched into keys, is heading to Shinola's L.A. Arts store for a three-day pop-up shop (July 21-23).

    The pop-up will feature exclusive jewelry from the brand's newest line of inspiring key pieces, as well as their signature key necklaces which have garnered celebrity support from Sarah Hyland, Yara Shahidi and Brie Larson. Founded by entertainment industry-vet Caitlin Crosby, the company creates job opportunities for people transitioning out of homelessness — so each purchase goes toward a good cause, too. 

    825 East Third Street, Los Angeles 90013

     

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