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Pop-up shops are definitely trending this season. In addition to Guerilla Atelier in DTLA, look forward to Styleliner's first West Coast outpost at the corner of Rose and Rennie in Venice, which will reside in a Quonset hut (yes, a hut) for the next six months.
Founded by Joey Wolffer, Styleliner's "treasure chest on wheels" is known for producing out-of-the-box pop-up spaces all across the nation, from an igloo in Park City to a boho oasis in East Hampton. Deemed its longest-running temporary location to date, the Styleliner LA Hut was designed and constructed by Matt Winter of M. Winter Design and features unique accessories from a host of global designers. Key items include Diane Cotton horse hair pendants and Copenhagen suede scarves.
Hit up the hut's soft opening tomorrow at 10am, or visit Monday through Saturday from 10am to 7pm and Sunday from 11am to 6pm through October. If you can't make it to Venice for some reason, don't stress because Styleliner tells us that they "plan to expand in California with trucks and other creative spaces over the next year." Woo!
· The Styleliner [Official Site]
· The Unofficial Mayor of Rodeo Drive Opens a Pop-Up in DTLA [Racked]