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VENICE—Inland (1325 Venice Boulevard), the super stylish recent addition to Venice's ever-growing shopping lineup—we need this Hadid-style thick choker—is hosting a pop-up with Australian brand Acler this Saturday and Sunday from 12-6pm with music and refreshments. You'll be able to shop exclusive inventory from the label, and you can RSVP here to receive more savings in-store.
FAIRFAX—The Simply Stylist Conference is finally upon us, with Catt Sadler hosting and anyone interested in gaining insider tips and tricks from fashion and beauty vets attending. The all-day event is happening at The Grove (189 The Grove Drive) this Sunday from 9am-6pm, and don't miss a chance to check out keynote speaker Tyra Banks, Shahs of Sunset star Lily Ghalichi, and plenty of bloggers, including Morgan Stewart (Boobs & Loubs). It's a great chance to network and break out your newly-minted business cards, not to mention snapping a selfie with some famous ladies. Tickets start at $50 and run to $350 for VIP access, and you can purchase them here.
FAIRFAX—The Easter Bunny isn't fully booked this year, and he's (she's?) taking appointments at The Grove (189 The Grove Drive) and The Americana at Brand (889 Americana Way) now through March 27th. Reserve a spot here for The Grove and here for Americana to schedule a time to stop by between 11am-8pm, and get your kiddos in a photo with the famous bunny. No shame if the reservation is actually for you—this might be an amazing Insta opportunity.
DOWNTOWN—Not that you wouldn't, but make sure to hit up this weekend's Artists & Fleas (647 Mateo Street), open Saturday and Sunday from 11am-5pm. The March Market has an impressive 100 vendors signed up, and we'd recommend making a stop at the following booths: Wilkinson and Son for rad vintage books re-purposed into boxes for storing cool, secret stuff, Forrest Hudes Design for handmade, reclaimed jewelry made from salvaged wood, and Adina Cohen, whose awesome, whimsical art will be up for sale. All in all, it promises to be an awesome weekend.