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A Current Affair's Vintage Mecca Pops Up in DTLA This Sat

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Photo via A Current Affair
Photo via A Current Affair

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Yes, we understand it's only Tuesday and Saturday feels like lightyears away, but there's something that we just have to get on your radar right this second. Pop-up vintage marketplace A Current Affair will return to Downtown LA's Cooper Building this Saturday from 2 to 9pm—and it's going to be major.

Unlike your typical flea market event, this party is set inside one of Cooper's generously air conditioned penthouses and will feature DJs (include KCRW's Marion Hodges), dedicated street-style photogs and—wait for it—an open bar. And given that the concept was founded by Richard Wainwright of NEW/FOUND and Joey Grana of Scout, expect tons of rad retro finds from over 30 vendors.

Stoked? Snap up advanced tickets for general admission ($10) or an early preview ($20) here.
·A Current Affair [Official Site]

Cooper Building

860 S Los Angeles St