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ARTS DISTRICT—Brooklyn-born indie bazaar and flea market Artists & Fleas (647 Mateo Street) is hosting the LA launch of online lingerie retailer True & Co.'s National Try-On Truck Tour, scheduled to roll in this weekend and currently taking appointments for custom fittings. This Saturday and Sunday from 11am-5pm, you can take advantage of the company's complimentary, personalized bra fittings in the truck (inspired by the tiny home movement) to find the perfect size. You'll be presented with a selection of beautifully-designed lingerie in the mobile shop as part of True & Co.'s desire to showcase nomadic retail as a lifestyle. Definitely schedule an appointment here.
WEST ADAMS—Over a dozen underground and emerging artists will join the Swaggerless Pop-up Art Show this Saturday from 2-10pm at Gallery 38 (5376 W Adams Boulevard), with free admission and the opportunity to purchase displayed works. You'll find an incredibly diverse collection of fine art illustrations, photography, paintings, digital art, and more from some pretty awesome artists, including tapestry designer Keith Collins and Brooklyn creative Christian Jackson. Take in the scene along with live music and DJ performances.