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It looks like Bruno isn't LA's only German-speaking fashion obsession— Revolve Clothing on Melrose is getting ready to launch a pop-up shop dedicated to designers from Berlin. From this Saturday through the rest of the month, the boutique will be featuring collections from a group of buzzworthy German designers that, up until now, have only been available on its website. Highlights include scarves and knits from former MTV veejay Lala Berlin, edgy wooden jewelry from Sabrina Dehoff, and softly experimental draping via Reality Studio. And while the promise of such hard-to-find talent is reason enough to stop by, we're (once again) most excited about the launch day catering, which includes such Teutonic delicacies as German chocolate cake, pilsner, and weiners (presumably the schnitzel kind)
· Revolve Clothing [Official Site]