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Lauren Moshi Make March Matter Charity Event; Ashkahn Installation at The Standard Hollywood

We round up the week's coolest events so you don't have to.

Lauren Moshi

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BEVERLY GROVE—Graphic tee and tank mecca Lauren Moshi (107-109 N Robertson Boulevard) is hosting an in-store charity event, Make March Matter, this Wednesday from 5-8pm. Shoppers will enjoy complimentary cupcakes and and drinks while buying for a good cause; 40% of children's clothing sales and 15% of women's and menswear sales will go directly to Children's Hospital LA. You'll never feel better about dropping some cash on rainbow and tiger-printed cropped sweatpants (you need them, they're super cute).

HOLLYWOOD—Perennially hip hotel The Standard (8300 W Sunset Boulevard) unveils a new artist in The Box installation series with an opening reception this Thursday at 7pm. The artist in residence, Ashkahn, is based in Silver Lake and gained substantial recognition for his 2011 greeting card collection—Martha Stewart is a fan and high-profile retailers like Colette, Fred Segal, and American Two Shot picked up the cards. Ashkahn's work at The Standard, entitled But I Don't Want Anyone Else, is an examination of the human condition, inspired by lost love (holla). The installation will run until the end of March, and you can RSVP to the opening party by sending an email to