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Cult-Fave Label Buck Mason Parks Its Cool Menswear Truck at Platform

Photo: Buck Mason

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From surviving (and turning down) Shark Tank to opening its second shop in Silver Lake, Buck Mason has come a long way from its online startup days. The Venice-based menswear brand continues its LA bus tour with a stop at Culver City's Platform, where it'll be parked 'til next Thursday, August 4th.

Located by Magasin and Curve x Tom Dixon, the white '97 Bluebird bus is stocked with the cult-favorite label's USA-made Pima cotton tees, henleys, oxford and chambray button-downs, denim, leather belts, its cowboy-cool hat collab with Stetson, and more sleek staples ($28 to $250). We're told there's a possibility that the shop on wheels may extend its Culver City residency; stay tuned for updates.


8850 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232, USA