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Shopping our city's rising talents just got easier for globetrotting (or staycationing) gents holing up in DTLA. Mobile menswear e-shop École is popping up at The Standard Downtown, bringing its touchscreen-powered retail therapy to the cool-kid haunt for an entire month, reports WWD.
Offering stress-free shopping to stylish Millenial men, the e-commerce site stocks a tightly curated selection of cool brands and a simplified checkout experience. The pop-up shop features 65-inch touch screens showcasing École's online inventory, which recently scored a slew of LA labels. On top of merch from New York brands like Common Projects and Public School, guys can shop Article No.'s kicks, selvedge denim by Simon Miller, edgy-cool clothing by Second/Layer, modern menswear by John Elliott + Co., Hiro Clark's limited-edition tees, and Cali-cool eyewear by Garrett Leight.
Update: The pop-up is not yet open and no word on the official dates; stay tuned for more.