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From hosting super rad sales to beautifying Angelenos at their one-stop prettifying shop, Downtown essential boutique The Well sure knows how to satisfy LA's style set. They also know how to throw down a killer street fest, and if you're looking to get in on some pre-Coachella partying and sample sale shopping, you'll want to hit up their massive music and art bash that is Connected Fashion Fest this weekend.
Happening this Sunday from 11am to 6pm, the day-long fest promises plenty of retail therapy options, including insider faved designer boutique Kin, streetwear shop Joyrich and the Cobrashop (and of course, The Well); LA-based labels like retro-loving Again, American Apparel and Made in Hell-A; and much more. In addition, DTLA pie bakers Pizzanista and healthy grub makers Urban Radish will be on hand for your mid-spree refueling, while KCRW DJ Mario Cotto and a slew of other ace sound spinners will also be in the house providing your shopping soundtrack.
Into it? As always, entry is free when you bring a canned food donation; check out the growing roster of stylish participants at the event's Facebook page here.
· The Well [Official Site]
· Connected Fest [Official Site]
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