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Urban Outfitters and Dossier Journal have teamed up to bring a bazaar shopping experience to Hollywood. Starting May 3rd through May 27th, Space 15 Twenty will host a Zamrock-inspired pop-up, complete with a collection of eclectic prints and traditional fabrics brought to you by artists from Africa, Asia, North America and Europe.
The month-long shop, modeled after ancient marketplaces, embraces sustainable goods and fuses art and culture from around the world. Simply called Bazaaaaaar, the pop-up will feature clothing, jewelry and art from artists including Bombe Surprise, Jessica Barensfeld Adornment, Now Again Records and Tallow.
To kick off the unique project, Space 15 Twenty is throwing an opening party this Friday, May 3rd from 7 to 10pm, which will feature music by Kilo Kish, Jagari Chanda and hot-ticket artist Theophilus London. 10% of pop-up proceeds will go to Fashion Rising and Studio One Eighty Nine to end violence against women around the world.
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