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CANOGA PARK—Drybar, our fave spot to grab a quick and affordable blowout (plus a glass of bubbly while we're being primped) is opening its 20th location in California. Westfield Topanga's brand new open-air shopping center The Village (6320 Topanga Canyon Boulevard #1610) opens its doors this Friday. The salon joins other trendy retailers like Pressed Juicery and Blushington to create Racked-approved haven of beauty and wellness. Score signature styling services such as a Cosmo (loose curls) or Southern Comfort (lots of volume) by making an appointment at the latest location via the iPhone app, the website, or by calling 877-379-2279.
PACIFIC PALISADES—Arik Kastan's vintage-inspired jewelry has been shown love by celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Kristen Wiig. Now us regular folk can get our hands on the latest styles of 14 karat gold rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets flecked with precious (diamond, sapphire) and semi-precious stones (turquoise, moonstone) during a trunk show at Jaimie Geller Jewelry (15310 Antioch Street). From Thursday Thursday through Saturday, from 11am to 6pm, the fine jewelry retailer will be featuring the stunning designs.
VENICE—Cali-cool menswear store General Admission (52 Brooks Avenue) will be adding to their West Coast vibes in-store with the opening of an exhibition of photographs by Akria Kobayashi. In collaboration with Kana Maglapus Projects, the shop presents "P.O.P. : A Californian Exploration from 1969-1974," a collection of the photographer's beautiful, inspired images capturing the landscape and sensibility of the Golden State. The opening reception takes place this Thursday from 7-10pm and includes drinks and music. RVSP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you're planning to attend.