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While LA ladies have plenty of pop-up shopping options this holiday season, local gents have only a handful of options to satisfy their self-gifting retail therapy. For the avant garde-minded men, "collective brand" Los Vladimirovich is bringing its expertly tailored menswear to Melrose in the form of a pop-up shop this week.
Landing near stylish streetwear haunt Fairfax and Melrose, the conceptual urban label will hold court from Friday, December 12th through Monday, December 22nd. Expect to shop the globally-bred brand's camo-happy fall/winter collection of outerwear, hoodies, jackets, shirting, basics, and "basque-cut" pants ($69 to $280), all inspired by "the narrative of a modern man's life, transitioning from the countryside to the metropolis." In addition, the brand will be offering a preview of its spring/summer 2015 line at the 10-day pop-up.
Into it? The brand's throwing an opening party tomorrow from 8 to 11pm; shoot your deets to firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the list.
Los Vladimirovich will be open daily from 10am to 7pm.
· Los Vladimirovich [Official Site]
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