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In honor of the forthcoming Oscars, stylish heiress-model-activist Amanda Hearst has just launched a glamorous pop-up shop at 8422 Melrose Place. Settings itself apart from the rest of our city's awards-themed installations, traveling boutique Maison de Mode is unique because it hosts luxury ethical brands that are as gorgeous as they are guilt-free.
Here shoppers can explore a range of red-carpet-ready designs, from clever dainty jewelry by Alison Lou to statement pieces by Anndra Neen to paparazzi-shielding frames by Oliver Peoples. Additional brands in the mix: Basic Terrain, Maiyet, Osklen, Way It Should Be, Organic, Amour Vert, Lemlem, Studio189, Bottle Top, Spinelli Killcollin, and Masterpeace.
Maison de Mode pop-up shop is open now through Sunday, February 22nd from 10am to 6pm.