- Sara Ehlers |
Los Angeles - Merican Made decided to pop up again in Venice just in time for the holidays. Debuting this December, the pop-up filled with local brands has tapped designers of the surround community to showcase and display their work.
The temporary space is hosted in the heart of Venice’s shopping district. Off of Abbot Kinney Boulevard, the pop-up’s interior has a modern, rustic vibe with wooden fixtures. Taking homage in Milkmade’s store, Merican Made has come to Venice in hopes of offering local products for the holidays. As reported by Racked LA, this serves as the brand’s first-ever Los Angeles pop-up shop.
The space has a cozy vibe to it, where Merican Made displays various apparel from U.S. brands. By offering “American made” products, the pop-up’s goal is to highlight local designers and artisans. In ranging from accessories, handbags, and apparel; the temporary boutique showcases various brands from Taxi CDC, Mr. +Muse, Androgyny Design and Dean. For last minute shoppers, the pop-up has holiday hours where it will stay open Christmas Eve until 7 p.m. However, the temporary space officially comes to a close this Sunday, December 27.