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We've been covering casual cashmere brand Kit and Ace's LA takeover: first the DTLA pop-up, then a brick-and-mortar in Venice, followed by one in Old Town Pasadena. Now the Canadian label is bringing its "technical luxury" garments to town in a cool new way.
The Copper Studio is a customized 1961 Airstream trailer remodeled to mimic the interior of its stores, and it's been cruising all over the North America for the past year. Monday and Tuesday (11:30am-5pm) you can sneak a peek at new Spring styles and snack on Blue Star donuts when the shop-on-wheels stops by the Abbot Kinney location.
If you can't make the Venice festivities, The Copper Studio will head to Kit and Ace's recently-opened space in El Segundo's The Point (840 S Sepulveda Boulevard) on Thursday and Friday, where shoppers can also grab Superba coffee and baked goods, and Pressed Juicery refreshments from 8am-4pm.