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After briefly extending its summer stay in Venice, luxe-boho brand Figue is once again popping up in LA. The gypset-cool shop is taking over Ron Herman's Upstairs space, where it'll hold court for two weeks starting this Wednesday.
The pop-up will offer NY-based founder and designer Stephanie von Watzdorf's fall range, which features a "mix of the Native Americans of the Plains and the tribes of the Himalayas." Expect graphic print maxi dresses, shearling outerwear, cashmere embroidered denim jackets, tasseled tops, beaded carryalls, and many more travel-inspired pieces.
Plus, von Watzdorf will be in the house greeting shoppers this Thursday from 2 to 6pm. Swing by to chat with the designer while shopping her new collection of globally-inspired goods and cross your fingers that she plans to open a perm LA location soon.