We get it—you’re busy. Luckily, the digital age has ushered in door-to-door delivery. Within the same day, even. But with the growing convenience has brought much hand-wringing over the demise of the brick-and-mortar, and what that means for the environment. So, sustainable brand Allen Schwartz opted to take the path of most resistance, and move from the online to physical space.
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As big box fast-fashion stores shutter en masse, returning to fashion’s roots is certainly a bold decision—but perhaps the exact kind we’re craving. In celebration, creative director Bianca Bernal has created a Los Angeles conceptualized and produced capsule to pop-up at Platform LA. If you’re a sucker for exclusivity whose constantly on the hunt for that which no one else has, this is your chance.
“We’re really excited with the opportunity to create an immersive experience,” Bernal tells COOLS. “We get to present our collection in a space that represents the culture of the brand from every angle—from the furniture and wall colors to even the music.”
The 10-piece collection will be available from June 7th until the end of the month (with a limited run later available online), and retails for $215-500. Check out the capsule below, and for those who aren’t West Coast natives, you can shop Allen Schwartz here.