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West Hollywood Design District is on a fashion kick. In addition to hosting The Elder Statesman's first-ever shop and that upcoming Moschino boutique, the iconic stretch has now linked up with South Robertson Boulevard retailers to host monthly, action-filled block parties.
The first #ROBERTSONBLOCKPARTY is taking place this Saturday, December 6th from 3 to 7pm. Located between 3rd Street and Beverly Boulevard, the festivities will include deals from more than 34 badass boutiques, including The Kooples, Intermix, AllSaints, Kitson, Paige, Zimmermann, and winning concept store The Fisher Project.
In addition to stores hooking up special discounts for shoppers who bring in toys to donate to Toys for Tots or stores donating a portion of sales to the charity, the party will offer six top-notch food trucks, and a live DJ. There's no harm in planning your weekend already, right?
· West Hollywood Design District [Official Site]
· Toasting Six Decades of West Hollywood Design District [Racked]
· The Elder Statesman's First LA Store is Artsy, Sweater-Heavy [Racked]