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Nettie Kent Trunk Show in Echo Park; 'Mean Girls' Screening at The Grove

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

Nettie Kent

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ECHO PARK—We're always psyched to have an excuse (as if we needed one) to shop at Myrtle (2213 Sunset Blvd), a go-to spot for the coolest indie womenswear and accessories designers including a boatload of local ladies. This Thursday, however, the boutique highlights the work of Brooklyn babe Nettie Kent and we're totally cool with that since the jewelry designer's bohemian-yet-minimalist pieces are produced sustainably (with minimal waste), utilizing recycled materials. From 5-8pm, guests sip cocktails and mingle with Kent herself while they shop the collection with the benefit of a 20% discount.

WEST HOLLYWOOD—Last week we told you about style site Who What Wear's month-long movie series every Thursday at The Grove (189 The Grove Dr). For this week's edition, catch Mean Girls, a classic from Lindsay Lohan's golden era, and put the fact that you know literally every line to good use (for once). There will be cocktails, tunes by DJ Lindsay Luv, a burn book, photobooth and plenty of photo-ops, so show up dressed as Regina George or pre-Plastics Cady, or have your whole gang wear pink—even though its not Wednesday. The show starts on the grass at 8pm but check in starting at 6:30pm to indulge in all the pre-flick fun. Tickets for these events go fast, so yourself a seat by heading here.