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Fresh off its TOMS takeover, Liberty Fairs's pop-up shop is spotlighting another eyewear brand. Now through Saturday, July 26th, sunglasses brand Nothing & Company is transforming the West Third Street space into a cool man cave with the help of some friends.
In addition to offering its sleek frames, the LA eyewear brand has invited a host of SoCal lifestyle labels. Modern gents can expect to shop apparel curated by Long Beach lifestyle boutique Port LBC, button-downs by RYTTT, music from Origami Vinyl, luxe leather boots by Broken Homme, heritage-inspired denim by Lee Mercantile Co., books from Costa Mesa shop As Issued, and more.
In addition, the pop-up's throwing a grand opening bash and art show this Friday from 6 to 10pm. Partygoers can enjoy works by Lance Cyril Mountain, live beats by No Parents, and gratis drinks by House Beer. Want in? Shoot your deets to email@example.com; check out more upcoming events here.
Concept 8366 & 1/2 will be open Tuesday through Sunday from 10am to 7pm.