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Bikyni and Parachute Party in Venice; Intentionally Blank Pop-up in DTLA's Fashion District; More!

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

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VENICE—Unsurprisingly, one of our new fave swimwear lines, Bikyni, was founded by a Reformation vet (former COO Jude Al-Khalil). Dubbed the "Warby Parker for bikinis," the brand focuses on great-fitting, high quality, affordable basics that are easy for women to mix and match (think Garanimals, but like sooo much cooler). This Saturday the progressive new company teams up with like-minded, luxe-for-less bedding brand Parachute at their Venice showroom (54 Paloma Avenue) for the ultimate summer soiree. From 11am-3pm shop the babely bikinis (a sexy one-piece option too!), beach towels, and totes while you cool off with Artesana's artisanal popsicals.

FASHION DISTRICT—Currently, we're obsessing over the chunky flatform sandals and stacked-heel mules from edgy brand Intentionally Blank. And we can't be the only ones because downtown's trend-conscious boutique Virgo (216 E 9th Street) has organized a pop-up for the contemporary shoe line this Friday from 6-9pm. In addition to being able to shop all of the street-savvy styles, guests can mingle with complimentary cocktails as they take in tunes and earn a chance to win free shoes. The first 25 to arrive will also get a sweet swag bag!

WEST HOLLYWOOD—This Thursday Who What Wear's month-long series Street Style Cinema reminds us of why we first fell in love with contemporary fashion muse Kate Bosworth. Before we knew her as princess of street style, she was a badass surfer babe in Blue Crush, which you can catch screening at 8pm on the lawn at The Grove (189 The Grove Drive), but check in as early as early as 6:30pm so beforehand you can shop luxe basics from Cuyana's pop-up shop and grab a few pre-flick sips courtesy of Rumchata. Get your tickets for this one here ASAP!