Sneaker Garden and Nana Jacqueline open pop-up stores in LA


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Sneaker Garden has unveiled its first pop-up in Los Angeles (8472 Melrose Place), open until February. A destination for rare sneakers – think Off White x Jordan 1 UNCs ($ 3,500) or Nike SB x Ben and Jerry’s Chunky Dunky ($ 2,100) – the space is also home to clothing brands such as Kanye’s Sunday Service. West, Bape, and Fear of God Essentials. With a list of famous customers that includes Lil Nas X, Saweetie, Tiësto and Teyana Taylor, the vintage streetwear destination, which is located at 1540 N. Cahuenga Blvd. and another in Las Vegas, preparing to open a second LA brick and mortar in Beverly Hills next spring.

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Los Angeles-based label Nana Jacqueline, worn by everyone from Hailey Bieber to Ariana Grande to Blackpink, has grown from its online-only roots to a pop-up – the Nana Jacqueline Fashion Gallery – in Curve (158 N. Robertson Blvd.) through the winter. Complete with sequin-embellished locker rooms and set off against a floor-to-ceiling pink backdrop (the brand’s signature color), the equally feminine vacation offerings ($ 188 to $ 1,118) range from edge-to-edge cocktail dresses of marabout with winter coats adorned with crystals.

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Mid-Century and modern bespoke furniture supplier Joybird, beloved by famous interior designers such as Claire Thomas, has opened its fourth location nationwide – a storefront in West Hollywood (8335 Melrose Ave.) . The 5,000 square foot space – one of the brand’s largest showrooms to date – is home to bestsellers such as the Eliot and Briar sofa beds (prices starting at $ 1,970) as well than the Bryant and Holt sectional sofas (price starting at $ 3,988).

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