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Another month, another on-the-rise men's brand holding down the fort at Liberty Fairs's LA pop-up shop. After hosting Shelter Half's curated selection of adventure-ready outdoors gear, the West Third Street space is outfitting comfort-seeking dudes with knitwear label Jason Scott.
Founded by William Morris trainee-turned fashion designer Jason Mandler, the two-year-old LA-based line will offer its spring collection of effortlessly cool, expertly-cut basics for modern men. Think cozy cotton blend cardigans, stylish sweatpants, super-soft pullovers, and more apparel in wear-with-anything colors ($60 to $186).
The brand will hold court at its temporary home through Sunday, March 29th; check out more styles online here.
Jason Scott at Concept 8366 & 1/2 is open Tuesday through Sunday from 12am to 7pm; closed Monday.