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After hosting a handful of modern menswear brands, Liberty Fairs's West Third Street pop-up shop welcomes Saint Rita Parlor, a two-year-old men's accoutrements label with antique Americana vibes. The DTLA-based brand moved into the space last week, and it'll hold down the fort through Sunday, February 1st.
In addition to stocking its stylish retro opticals and sunglasses ($275; actors Elijah Wood, Ted Danson, and Mary Steenburgen are fans), the LA label's temporary brick-and-mortar also offers its new line of luxe leather goods, like hats, eyewear cases, tech folios, minimalist backpacks, and more ($65 and up). Also in the house is the brand's just-launched apparel collection, comprised of drapey military-inspired basics and outerwear geared towards properly-dressed gents.
Saint Rita Parlor at Concept 8366 & 1/2 is open daily from 11am to 6pm.
· Saint Rita Parlor [Official Site]
· Liberty Concept Space [Official Site]
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