Shop Talk: Dior's Spring 2017 Collection Pops Up in Beverly Hills; Maxfield Space Brings Kith to L.A.

4:59 PM 3/2/2017

by Sam Reed

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

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March is here, which means it's officially acceptable to begin clearing out your winter coats and sweaters to make room for spring pieces. Take advantage of the following pop-ups and sales in L.A. while you re-stock your spring must-haves.

  • Dior's Rodeo Drive Pop-Up Showcases Spring Collection

    Still jonesing to get your hands on Rihanna's favorite "We Should All Be Feminists" tees from Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri's debut spring 2017 collection? You're in luck. 

    To celebrate the spring line, Dior has announced a series of pop-up concept stores — including one in L.A., just a few blocks away from its L.A. flagship — which will house the new collection alongside installations by artists Tracy Emin and Maripol.

    The L.A. shop, which opened on Feb. 25, features a special display where "the collection’s emblematic creations are showcased with modernity and a graphic aesthetic," and the messages from the collection’s t-shirts are written in neon letters: "We should all be feminists," "Dio(r)evolution" and "J’adior."

    201A North Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, 90210


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  • Maxfield Brings NYC-Fave Brand Kith to L.A.

    Maxfield Gallery in L.A. continues to snag the trendiest of tenants. 

    Following pop-ups by Virgil Abloh's Off-White and Vetements, the latest retailer to pop-in to the Melrose storefront is Kith, an NYC-based label known for its "progressive" men's and women's lifestyle collections as well as its inventory of the coolest sneakers around — from Nike to Puma to Timberland. 

    Open from March 4 till the end of the month, the Kith pop-up will feature founder Ronnie Fieg's newest "Love Thy City" collection, which was inspired by his teen years in Queens, as well as Kith x Naked Adidas Consortium sneakers. 

    8818 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069


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  • Jenni Kayne Shoes Go On Sale for a Good Cause

    We love a good deal, but we love a good deal with a charity angle even more. 

    This March 9-11 at The Colleagues boutique in Santa Monica, all new Jenni Kayne kicks are available at lowered prices, with all proceeds going to benefit the Children's Institute Inc. Make moves. 

    3312 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica, 90405

  • Eyahuska Pops-Up In Venice

    Made-in-the-USA, sustainable fashion brand Eyahuska has opened its doors in Venice Beach. 

    From now through March 6, the ecommerce brand is selling its spring collection for half price — including sweaters, trousers and elastic-waist band peg pants in shades of electric blue and citron. 

    1510 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice Beach 90291


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  • French Brand Agnes B Pops-In at the Wittmore in DTLA

    Los Angeles menswear shop The Wittmore just got a dose of Parisian cool. 

    The retailer now stocks French brand Agnes B both in stores (at its West Hollywood and DTLA locations) and online. To celebrate the launch of the line at The Wittmore, Agnes B set up two art installations featuring photographs from filmmaker Kenneth Anger's short film, Inaugruation of the Pleasure Dome

    DTLA: 300 S Santa Fe Ave x, Los Angeles, CA 90013 
    West Hollywood: 8236 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90048


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