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Gentlemen's Quarterly has already dubbed Downtown as LA's next great city, and now they're looking to join in on the action with an IRL shopping experience. Already with a successful run in the Big Apple, GQ is once again teaming up with American-made menswear e-market Northern Grade for their first West Coast pop-up shop in the Arts District next month.
On Saturday, October 4 from 11am to 7pm and Sunday, October 5 from 11am to 5pm, the two-day bazaar will take over CNTRL Studios's massive 10,000-square-foot space with made-in-America merch alongside music, booze, and locally-crafted grub. Expect to shop clothing, accessories, footwear and more from LA's CFDA talents Apolis, globetrotter goods makers Clark & Madison and vintage vendor Lot Stock & Barrel alongside other Stateside brands like Miansai, Grown & Sewn, Rogue Territory, Almond Surfboards and many others.
Dig it? Check out the full lineup here.
· GQ [Official Site]
· Northern Grade [Official Site]
· Shop Global Goods & Eat Healthy in DTLA's Arts District [Racked]
· LA's MiA Project Peddles Stylish Made-in-America Merch [Racked]
· Score Summer-Ready Men's Merch at DTLA's Surf Bazaar on Sat [Racked]