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Continuing its "Pop-in@Nordstrom" series that has included a Parisian-inspired experience and even a collab with local indie favorite Poketo, the luxury department store has teamed up with Opening Ceremony to launch a curated collection at select Nordstroom locations. But given that OC was born in LA, the conceptual retailer and fashion brand whipped up something special for us Angelenos, bringing the pop-in experience to its OCLA store.
Open now through January 3rd, the gift-heavy installation features items curated by Nordstrom's Director of Creative Projects Olivia Kim, who actually got her start working with Opening Ceremony founders Carol Lim and Humberto Leon. In addition to shopping OC's resort 2016 collection, dog motif key chains, small bags, tiny leather varsity jackets (they're adorable, trust), visitors can peruse Harding Lane needlepoint baseball hats, Alpha Industries reversible bomber jackets, Isaac Nichols pottery, Alix bodysuits, and a handful of kids picks.
Take a peek at the space, which was dreamed up by famed industrial designer Max Lamb, above.