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It's a new month, which means it's time for another new tenant to hold court at cool pop-up shop Concept 8366 & 1/2. Starting tomorrow, two ultra cool labels hailing from NYC are teaming up and taking over the rotating retail space: women's apparel and accessories brand Coco & Breezy and menswear line Sir New York, both slated to inject West 3rd Street with a double dose of their edgy futuristic aesthetics until May 29.
Designed by insanely stylish identical twins Corianna and Brianna Dotson, C&B will be invading the 800-square-foot space with latest out-of-this-world eyewear ($125 to $275) and artsy apparel and accessories line ($9.95 to $55). In addition to debuting their underwater sea creature-inspired spring/summer 2014 collection, the Rihanna- and Lady Gaga-backed brand is also hooking up shoppers with a 10% discount and exclusive art when they tag their Instagram snaps with the hashtag #CocoAndBreezyLAPopUp.
On the menswear front, Sir New York's bringing their latest line of edgy sportwear, a mix of "high-end couture, street wear, athletics and goth." (We're listening.) Expect to find printastic graphic board shorts, tanks and tees ($120 to $180), exclusive-to-LA pieces and limited edition hats handmade by designer Auston Björkman himself.
Dig it all? The pop-up space it toasting their newest guests with a grand opening bash filled with bites, custom Hennessy cocktails and swag bags tomorrow night from 6pm to 9pm.
Coco & Breezy and Sir New York are Concept 8366 & 1/2 is open Monday through Sunday from 11am to 7pm.
· Sir New York [Oficial Site]
· Coco & Breezy [Official Site]
· Liberty Concept Space [Official Site]
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