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Longtime LA shoppers may be familiar with Lisa Kline, the legendary boutique owner once crowned the queen of Robertson Boulevard. The shopkeep-turned-HSN designer is returning to LA's retail scene by way of a one-night-only charity event featuring (naturally) a host of Cali-cool labels.
Taking place tonight from 6 to 9pm at Beverly Hills's Garboushian Gallery, the shopping soirée benefits the Council of Domestic Violence Project. Expect to shop clothing, jewelry, accessories, and more from brands like Theory, Nation LTD, 27 Miles Malibu, Calvin Rucker, Gypsy05, and many others.
"This is the first Lisa Kline pop-up since my stores have closed a few years ago," Kline tells us. "I have been thinking about doing pop up stores for a while in collaboration with a charitable cause and this one caught my interest."
In addition to do-gooder retail therapy (15% of purchases will be donated to the non-profit org), partygoers can expect delish bites by Cantalini's Salerno Beach and bubbly from Manatt Phelps. Advance tickets are still available for $35 here; otherwise, it's $50 at the door.