Shop Talk: The Weeknd, Zendaya Pop-Up In L.A.; Alice + Olivia's Basquiat Collection

4:07 PM 11/3/2016

by Sam Reed

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Halloween is officially over, meaning it's finally a seasonally appropriate time to start holiday shopping — for yourself or others, we won't judge. Here, a look at L.A.'s best shopping events for the the week ahead. 

  • Zendaya and The Weeknd Open L.A. Pop-Ups

    Another weekend, another celebrity pop-up store. 

    Only this one is from The Weeknd. The "Starboy" singer announced that he would open 5 three-day pop-up shops (Nov. 4-6) across the globe, including two in SoCal. With retail partners Opening Ceremony and ComplexCon, The Weeknd is selling a capsule collection of tour merch created in partnership with Bravado, which also created merch for Justin Bieber, Guns 'n Roses and Selena Gomez. 

    The Weeknd's merch will also be sold at Opening Ceremony in New York, Alchemist in Miami and Selfridges in London, with more locations to be announced soon. 


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    Opening Ceremony: 451 N La Cienega Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90048

    Zendaya is getting in on the pop-up fun, too, opening shops in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles where she'll be showcasing her new Daya by Zendaya clothing line. The shops will be open Saturday and Sunday, and Zendaya herself will be making a personal appearance in all three stores on Saturday. She'll hit the L.A. location on Fairfax (the same neighborhood where Kanye, Jay Z and Drake have held past pop-ups) between 8 and 10 P.M. on Nov. 5. The L.A. location is open 12-10 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday.

    The direct-to-consumer collection, which retails for under $160 and is available in sizes 0-22, will soon be available on Zendaya: The App as well. 


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    441 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036

  • Alice + Olivia Debuts Basquiat Collection

    Designer Stacey Bendet just unveiled her Jean-Michel Basquiat-inspired collection for Alice + Olivia, which she created in partnership with the Council of Fashion Designers of America. The capsule is part of the organization's efforts to promote young talent — 50 percent of the proceeds from sales of the 17-piece collection ($150-$1295) will be donated to the CFDA

    True to Bendet's youthful yet tailored aesthetic, the pieces come in classic silhouettes but feature several of Basquiat's Neo-expressionist works reimagined as bold prints. Ball skirts, leather jackets, tees, leggings as well as accessories make-up the limited edition capsule. The entire collection is now available both online as well as in Alice + Olivia stores, including the Melrose and Beverly Drive locations. 

    8501 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069
    410 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

  • Shinola's Creative Director Introduces the Brand's Women's Collection at The Grove

    Shinola's women's collection is officially landing in L.A., and the brand's creative director, Daniel Caudill, is making the trek to the store at The Grove to celebrate. 

    On Thursday, Nov. 10, Caudill will make a special appearance to help introduce customers to the women's line of watches and accessories. Shoppers are encouraged to RSVP to the special event, which takes place between 7-9 p.m.

    189 The Grove Dr. Ste G50, Los Angeles, CA 90036

  • Row DTLA Opens Holiday Collective

    Row, DTLA's luxury shopping destination in the Arts District, has officially opened its Holiday Collective. The 12 shops, which include Daniel Wellington, The Cartorialist and Modern Citizen, will feature special in-store events in celebration of the holiday season. For example, Modern Citizen will host a variety of pop-in shops every Thursday beginning Nov. 3 with participating brands like Bykini, Quay Australia and Industry Standard.

    To toast the launch of the Holiday Collective, Row is hosting a party on Sunday, Nov. 20 from 12-3 p.m. complete with cocktails, live music, DIY projects and a gift wrapping station. 

    To round out the DTLA experience, customers can head over to Smorgasburg LA (located on site) before gearing up for a day of holiday shopping. Beginning Nov. 27, Smorgasburg will also open a special holiday market from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

    777 S. Alameda Street Los Angeles, CA

  • Anya Hindmarch Opens Melrose Store

    Anya Hindmarch — a favorite of Rihanna, Jessica Alba and Olivia Palermo — will open her doors on Melrose Place on Nov. 7. The Fashion Awards-nominated accessories designer, known for her quirky bags embellished with her signature googly eyes, will toast the sunny new space with a tea on Monday morning.  

    The new location will be the first West Coast outpost to feature the bespoke collection, and will even have an onsite craftsman workshop.


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    8461 Melrose Place, West Hollywood, CA

  • MAC Cosmetics Celebrates Nutcracker Sweet Collection at The Grove

    To get into the festive spirit this season, MAC is throwing a celebratory soiree at The Grove in honor of their new holiday collection, Nutcracker Sweet.

    On Nov. 4-6, MAC is offering complimentary makeup applications, as well as "a festive performance" (Friday 3:30 - 10 p.m.; Saturday 2:30-9:30 p.m.; Sunday 2 - 9 p.m.). The holidays have never looked brighter (or pink-er). 


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    To book an appointment call: (323)938-6294
    189 The Grove Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90036