Your guide to shopping in L.A. for the week ahead.
With only one week to finalize your Coachella wardrobe, here are all the store openings and sales to know in Los Angeles before you hit the road.
For three days only, Revolve's exclusive Social Club on Melrose Ave will be open not just to VIP shoppers and celebrities, but to the general public.
Before the masses pile into their cars and embark on the journey to Indio, Calif. for Coachella, the ecommerce retailer will open their doors so shoppers can stock up on all the denim cutoff shorts, tanks and dry shampoo they need for the desert festival. The brand will also host meet-and-greets with local influencers like blogger Jenn Im.
The shoppable capsule collection will feature pieces from brands like Lovers & Friends, AGOLDE, Schutz, Colour Pop, Chiara Ferragni and OUAI, the haircare line launched by Kardashian hairstylist Jen Atkin. The following weekend, the Revolve team will head to Coachella themselves, where they'll host their annual Coachella parties.
The space will be open from April 7 to April 9 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
8070 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles CA 90046
In the Internet age, you no longer need a tailor to pick up a perfectly fitted shirt.
Sid Mashburn, menswear expert whose eponymous shop is located in the Brentwood Country Mart, is launching his online made-to-measure program, which is aimed at democratizing "high-quality custom shirting" at "an accessible price point ($140-$215), regardless of geographic location or sartorial know-how."
By following the detailed instructions for self-fitting, customers can place an order from their own home. Worried about flubbing your measurements? You can also schedule a virtual, one-on-one appointment via Skype or FaceTime with a member of Sid's team.
To celebrate, Mashburn is embarking on a roadtrip to all of his flagship locations, including his Los Angeles shop, where he will be offering up his sartorial advice.
225 26th St, Santa Monica, CA 90402
Bird Brooklyn has officially put down roots in L.A.
The boutique, which stocks emerging and designer brands like Dries Van Noten, Ulla Johnson, Mansur Gavriel, Acne Studios and Rachel Comey, has opened up shop in Culver City at a location which used to be home to UCLA's book bindery.
Owner Jen Mankins commissioned award-winning Norwegian architect Ole Sondresen to design the 5,000 square-foot space, which features custom Douglas Fir built-ins, brass cage chandeliers by Lindsey Adelman and a native plant garden.
8870 Washington Boulevard Culver City, CA 90232
Contemporary womenswear brand Chris Gramer is hosting a pop-up shop this weekend, April 7 through 9, to show off the latest spring and summer collection.
The brand, which was founded by three sisters in 2011, has plenty of summer-ready pastel dresses and tops available just in time for festival season.
138 South Robertson Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048
Fresh off the opening of their Los Angeles atelier, & Other Stories has opened another new L.A. outpost — this time at Glendale's Americana at Brand shopping mall.
In addition to their regular collection, the store will also stock a special co-lab collection of shoes and ready-to-wear created with Los Angeles brand Toms, inspired by Venice Beach.
H&M's little sister label opens its new, two-story retail spot on Friday, April 7.
889 Americana Way suite 330, Glendale, CA 91210
Next in line of Maxfield's cool pop-up shops is none other than Dior.
The French fashion house has transformed the gallery space, which has previously hosted pop-ups by Kith, Vetements and Virgil Abloh's Off-White, into a shopping destination for Maria Grazia Chiuri's first spring collection for the brand, which debuted on the Paris runway last September.
Included in the collection is the soon-to-be iconic "We Should All Be Feminists" tee and the "Dio(r)evolution" shirt. The shop is open through April 20.
8825 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90069
South Coast Plaza is celebrating springtime by transforming the Carousel Court into a spring oasis.
Both the Court and the Macy's Home store were made into Instagrammable gardens complete with an Easter bunny for friendly photos opps. (Photo packages are available, or you can take your own photos for $9.)
Additionally, now through April 15, the carousel will be transformed into a bunny-themed ride, and the court will also offer springtime crafts for kids.
3333 Bristol St, Costa Mesa, CA 92626