These additions are making Malibu Village the place to explore this June.
Malibu Village is teeming with pop-ups and new offerings, including a fresh pottery collection by Surfing Cowboys that epitomizes the magic of Malibu.
Pop-Up at Fred Segal
It’s a full-circle moment for Decades founder Cameron Silver as he hosts a popup June 10-14 at Fred Segal Malibu—he had his first retail job in high school at the Melrose flagship. Shoppers can expect a selection of new pieces from local designers and the very best vintage: Think Pucci, Missoni, aloha prints and more. fredsegal.com
Red Ladder Gallery Pop-Up
A beloved member of the Malibu community, Emmy Award-winning producer and director Eamon Harrington is launching the second season of his gallery pop-up in June. Not only does the pop-up feature Harrington’s paintings, but it is continuing its unity-focused programming that began during the Woolsey Fire recovery. @eamonh
3.Malibu Village is For The Bees
In partnership with hive installation pioneer Best Bees, Malibu Village is erecting a new set of rooftop beehives to facilitate bee migration along the coastline. Once the bees start producing honey, the village plans to share it with local businesses. bestbees.com
Popular dining destination Broad Street Oyster Co.
What is old becomes new again at this fresh addition to the Malibu Village family. This Nantucket-based brand creates well-made, eco-friendly pieces by transforming vintage materials into apparel, accessories and home goods. One standout: the signature kilim sandals, loafers and sneakers made from 100-year-old Turkish kilim rugs. resipsausa.com
5.Restaurant Residencies at Fred Segal
In celebration of 60 years of success, Fred Segal is deciding to give back to the L.A. restaurant community at its Malibu location. The store will host several rent-free, weeklong pop-ups, where chefs and restaurants will have the opportunity to show off their delicious dishes via grab-and-go and lunchbox options. fredsegal.com
No matter how much time passes, Malibu will always conjure up nostalgic ’60s-style images and the sounds of The Beach Boys. To pay homage to that legacy, beach lifestyle brand Surfing Cowboys is launching a line of ceramic homewares that honors the history of California’s coastline. Look out for ashtrays, tumblers and more. surfingcowboys.com
7.Summer Somewhere Wines
The wine emporium is not only offering Thursday and Saturday tastings for village visitors, but also three wine delivery memberships— dubbed beach clubs—to celebrate its inaugural year. Members can choose from the Surfrider, Zuma and Malibu Colony beach clubs, each of which offers a stunning selection of vibrant bottles. summersomewherewines.com
Photography by: COURTESY OF MALIBU VILLAGE