Photo Credit: Scotch
This past weekend, OWSLA activated an idea years in the making with the company’s first-ever brick and mortar pop-up shop and event space in Chinatown, Los Angeles. The pop-up — located about 10 minutes north of Downtown Los Angeles settled near the base of Dodger Stadium — is taking a summer residence where a family-owned gas station has remained vacant for years, offering a fully renovated service station-turned-clothing-boutique with thousands of square feet of outdoor space for events.
Saturday night was the anticipated grand opening of the OWSLA pop-up, and friends, family, and fans alike came through to check out the new line of clothing from OWSLA Goods made entirely in Los Angeles, with OWSLA-branded shirts and hats to killer reprinted vintage jean jackets and hoodies. Along with the merchandise came the music, and throughout the night, visitors were treated to DJ sets from Blaise James and softest hard plus a late night surprise performance from Skrillex.
Check out all of the photos from the night in the gallery below from photographer, @scotchphotos, and come stop by the pop-up all summer long — 1001 N Broadway 90012 // Sunday-Thursday 12-6p + Friday & Saturday 12-8p — for constantly updated clothing capsules and special events.