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There's a new kid on the block at streetwear haven Fairfax Avenue. Skate-inspired brand Rook is popping up in the space that previously housed quirky rap outfit Odd Future's concept shop (and before that, HUF).
Founded by LA illustrators Jonathan Garcia and Joe King—who've inked art for brands like Obey, Stussy, Vans, and more—the six-year-old label tells us it'll be holding court through Friday, May 15th and that its stay may be extended. In addition to stocking the brand's screen-printed graphic tees, tanks, and accessories ($25 and up), the pop-up shop offers the designer duo's original artwork, special collabs, archived collections, unreleased merch, and more.
Rook is open Monday through Saturday from 11am to 7pm and Sunday from 12 to 6:30pm.