Slated to open in September—just in time for the brand’s 10th anniversary this year— founders Andy Griffith and Rose Apodaco will bring their keen design eye to A+R second L.A. showroom: an airy 5,500 square foot mecca that’s perfect for showcasing their expanding outdoor category.
2. Artist in Residency Program
What sets Row DTLA apart from other retail centers is that cultural pursuits are a driving force. Hence, a robust artist in residency program, where starting this summer, creatives can inhabit ground-level spaces along Market Row—the center’s main drag—to focus on their work.
3. Art Walk
Similar to Venice’s First Fridays concept, in mid-July, Row DTLA will launch an evening of open studio and gallery tours. Tastemakers can explore the artists-in-residence’s current work while sipping cocktails and listening to music.
4. Holiday Pop Ups
The Echo Park Craft Fair is about to get some competition! Look out for a festive assortment of unique retailers and vendors to pop up this upcoming holiday season.
Having launched June 19 on the site of the Alameda Produce Market, this by-way-of- Brooklyn weekly gathering of food and craft vendors serves up goodies from Donut Friend, Guerrilla Tacos and Pizzanista every Sunday.
777 S. Alameda St., L.A., rowdtla.com
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