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Nicole Richie and Katherine Power at The Grove; Agenda Trade Show in LBC; More!

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

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—Last week we gave you an exclusive inside look at The Grove's (189 The Grove Drive) new House of Harlow 1960 pop-up. This week the space will be hosting fashionable events daily starting with Wednesday's visit from the label's creative director Nicole Richie and Who What Wear's Katherine Power. From 7-9pm the ladies drop into the chic, Masha Gordon-designed boutique (located next to the Kiehl's store). Meet and greet the stylish power-duo, enjoy light bites and sips, and shop from the cool, curated stock of jewelry and accessories and newly added apparel—including exclusive vintage finds handpicked by Nicole. Be sure to RSVP here to guarantee your spot for this one.

LONG BEACH—Action sports and fashion enthusiasts unite at this week's Agenda trade show, which highlights the latest and greatest in streetwear, accessories, and surf and skate goods. This year's event takes place Wednesday and Thursday at the Long Beach Convention Center (300 E Ocean Boulevard) and participating brands include Herschel Supply Co, Stussy, and Adidas. While this event is invite-only for industry folks, you can follow Rachael Finley (of Steaktooth and Teenage clothing) via her Periscope, Peristeak, where she'll broadcast happenings live.

PASADENA—This Thursday kicks off the month-long Old Pasadena Film Festival, with 21 screenings at different locations around the neighborhood. For the inaugural selection, the Armory Center for the Arts (145 N Raymond Avenue) will show ecologically conscious 2012 documentary Aluna. The 7pm viewing will be followed with a discussion. The free screening takes place inside with seating provided by the venue, but attendees are encouraged to arrive on the early side, as space is limited.

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