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Fans of the "disruptive" shopping movement may be well aware of The Arrivals, the cool outerwear brand beloved by fashion folks like Eva Chen. For the first time ever, the architecture-inspired NYC label is popping up at none other than Culver City’s Platform starting next week.
Happening Friday, July 22nd and Saturday July 23rd (11am to 8pm) and Sunday, July 24th (11am to 6pm), the summer pop-up will debut The Arrivals’s Väder leather moto jacket in a limited-edition, LA-inspired Sunset hue. The brand’s full women’s and men’s collections of structured and functional outerwear will also be in the house, including lightweight bomber jackets, sleek sweaters, modular parkas, and more.
In addition, Chaingang LA will be offering custom embroidery Saturday from 2 to 6pm.