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LACAUSA Online Shop Launch in Silver Lake; L.K.Bennett Winter Event at the Beverly Center; More!

We round up the week's coolest events so you don't have to.

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SILVER LAKE—One of our favorite local clothing labels, LACAUSA, is celebrating the long-awaiting launch of an online shop with a soiree at the brand's Sunset Junction brick-and-mortar (4015 Sunset Boulevard). Thursday's 6-9pm fiesta features bubbly beverages and beautiful bites from Soo_n Food. Plus while you're there, you can view the brand new Button Shirt Dress (Jessica Alba is a fan) and other recent releases in person before you click "add to cart" from the privacy of your laptop.

SILVER LAKE—Stocking the raw selvedge denim, lightweight outwear, and organic cotton tees from DTLA-based brand Dyer & Jenkins was a no-brainer for super-cool menswear boutique Hemingway and Sons (1615 Silver Lake Boulevard). The label totally takes over the shop with a pop-up that kicks-off with a bash Thursday from 6-9pm. Shop all the well constructed, fall-friendly pieces and toss back a few complimentary brews courtesy of of Lagunitas Brewing Company.

BEVERLY GROVE—London-based accessible-luxury brand L.K.Bennett recently released their latest collections for Fall/Winter 2015 and Resort 2015, which are full of sparkly stilettos, dressy coats, and chic clutches (all holiday party ready, we might add). Get your chance to view the all the glam garments and accessories this Thursday when the brand's Beverly Center location (8500 Beverly Boulevard, #709) invites guests to browse and shop—with 20% off!—at an event hosted by style blogger Jenny Bernheim (of Margo & Me). This stellar shopping event takes place from 6-8pm and attendees are asked to RSVP to