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Remember that game-changing sustainable factory that Reformation was planning to open? Founder Yael Aflalo quietly moved in her LA and NY teams last fall, merging the eco-conscious retailer's entire company under one roof. Here's a peek at the 27,000-square-foot space.
As you can see above, the factory is massive and already a hangout spot for Aflalo's many #RefBabes. Big-time artists like Curtis Kulig are also regular visitors and have a hand in design. "Curtis is a great friend of ours and he came in to see the new space when he was visiting LA," Reformation tells us. "He always has some sort of paint with him, so he threw up that "Love Ref" piece on the wall to welcome us back to LA!"
Sadly, the Reformation Factory isn't open to the public, but you can always shop the fruits of their labor at the brand's stylish shop on Melrose. Look out for more store openings, too!
· The Reformation [Official Site]
· Reformation to Open First Sustainable Sewing Factory in LA [Racked]
· Reformation's Yael Aflalo Loves Mondays and Frank Ocean [Racked]
· Curtis Kulig's World of "Love Me" is Coming to Space 15 Twenty [Racked]