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A lot has happened to Oak since it opened its first LA location in Downtown back in 2014. The NY-based company formerly owned by American Apparel almost shuttered all its locations — including DTLA and Beverly Boulevard — but rose above the controversy when its original founders Jeff Madalena and Louis Terline successfully bought back the company late last year. Now, Oak is dusting off the drama by giving its fans something new to look forward to.
Apparel News reveals that Oak has just converted half of its DTLA store into an outlet, offering items for a whopping 50 to 80% off. Check out the minimalist brand's current goods here, and swing by the shop soon to score serious deals.
Oak DTLA is open Monday through Saturday from 11am to 8pm, and Sunday from 12pm to 8pm.