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WOODLAND HILLS—Kate Hudson, proprietress of Fabletics and now published author, will be signing copies of her book Pretty Happy at the Fabletics store in The Village at Westfield Topanga (6316 Topanga Canyon Boulevard) on Saturday from 2-4pm. Bring your own copy or get a free one with an in-store purchase of at least $49.95, and Kate will sign away. While you're there, scoop up some fresh new Fabletics outfits, since this is the brand's only LA retail location, and don't forget to send an RSVP to TopangaRSVP@fabletics.com if you'd like to attend the signing.
SANTA MONICA—DIY expert Kathleen Barnes of lifestyle blog Carrie Bradshaw Lied will be on hand at Forever 21 (1431 3rd Street Promenade) tomorrow from 12-2pm to help you customize any of the brand's jeans you purchase. Given Kathleen's expertise on not only working within a budget, but maximizing a trendy piece, you'll leave with some seriously sweet denim (plus, no one else will have the same pair).
LOS FELIZ—Head to 5125 Hollywood Boulevard on the outskirts of Barnsdall Art Park for an one-day pop-up featuring LA-based, feel-good, luxe casual clothing and accessories brands good hYOUman, The Giving Keys, and Related Garments. Stop by tomorrow—the pop-up is open from 9am-5pm—and shop for great gifts or personal wardrobe staples. We're obsessed with this bracelet, this adorable hoodie, and these super classy socks and undies for your man.
ARTS DISTRICT EAST—Female-centric blog and print magazine Got a Girl Crush is hosting their first ever LA pop-up at creative event space Announcement LA (1499 E 4th Street, Suite 107) tonight from 8pm-12am. Vendors will feature other lady-run independent press and brands, including Tuesday Bassen, Ariel Roman, Selfish Magazine, Bogus Press, and Summer of Bummer. You can look forward to a photo booth, yummy vegan baked goods from Clara Cakes, tarot readings from Marcella Kroll, and make sure to bring copies of your own artwork, magazines, or catalogues to help create a group-made zine.