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SANTA MONICA—Get your swimwear game on point with an exclusive trunk show from Marysia Swim at Everything But Water (220 26th Street) tomorrow from 12-4pm. You'll be able to join designer Marysia Reeves for light refreshments and personal fittings while viewing the latest collection. Shop Everything But Water's amazing selection of fashionable swim and resort wear, in addition to their amazing accessories.
HIGHLAND PARK—In case you missed the last Eastside Handmade indie bazaar, you've got another chance to get in on the action tomorrow at Shopclass (5215 York Boulevard) from 11am-5pm. Shop the latest wares from local artisans including hand-dyed textiles from Juniper & Fir, Pauline Wolstencroft's amazing pottery, modern jewelry from Tiny Armour, and stained glass terrariums from Janel Foo, with a full lineup of participating designers here. Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams is providing cool snacks, and there will be a community DIY craft table by Purple Twig.
SILVER LAKE—Hemp mavericks Jungmaven, in conjunction with menswear shop Hemingway & Sons (1615 Silver Lake Boulevard) celebrate Earth Day tomorrow with a special tie-dyeing party from 3-5pm. You'll learn how to indigo dye (although you are free to just watch), and if you get there early, you'll score a free t-shirt. Definitely a perfect way to take part in Earth Day while giving back to the community to support the Silver Lake Reservoirs Conservancy.
BRENTWOOD—Charming eco-friendly nail salon côte (11714 San Vicente Boulevard), known for providing a safe, transparent product without toxins or all that other yucky stuff, is hosting a sidewalk sale with great deals on your favorite items, including fashion and home accessories at 50% off. Head to Brentwood anytime this Sunday to take advantage of the price cuts and maybe get a super-cute manicure while you're at it?
DOWNTOWN—There's a festival for the rest of us who aren't spending beaucoup bucks on Coachella Weekend 2. Broke LA (formerly Brokechella) invades the Arts District's Imperial Arts Studios (695 S Santa Fe) all day Saturday with fashion trucks, food, art, a puppy corner (yup), and five stages featuring the best up-and-comers in LA's music and comedy scene. Tickets are $25 at the door; see the full lineup of performers and vendors here.