LA's Chicest Holiday Shopping Haven Has Arrived
It seems like every day DTLA gets a little bit cooler. Last week the Fashion District welcomed Heidi Merrick's first-ever storefront, and now the Arts District has just added another shopping destination (in addition to the neighborhood's ever-growing One Santa Fe complex) to its retail offerings. This week Row DTLA launched its Holiday Collective, a two-month pop-up that boasts the city's first storefronts for brands including Away Luggage, Daniel Wellington, Capsule, Modern Citizen, Tokyo Bike, Milla Chocolates, and notNeutral, as well as serving as a secondary location for LA plant nursery/gift shop Rolling Greens and leather brand This Is Ground, plus a studio for resident artist The Cartorialist, who plans to sell prints and curated merchandise as well offer creative workshops throughout the run of the pop-up.
This sleek retail strip is an ideal stop for holiday shopping, with great gift options like elegant, locally made chocolates, potted succulents, culinary goodies and cookbooks, leather organizers for your laptops and tablets, and even stylish, customizable bikes. View a sneak peek of some of the goodies you'll find at Row DTLA below, or just head there yourself Mondays through Saturdays from 11am to 8pm and Sundays from 11am to 6pm. Visit the site here to learn about special events through the holiday collective's run.