You have four weeks to rectify that at Arts & Leisure.
A collaboration between Sophomore’s Chrissie Miller and artist Erin Krause, the impossibly cool pop-up shop-slash-exhibition space opening Saturday showcases work from a group of NYC artists and designers that reads like a guest list for the latest secret no-name bar.
In the arts department, find limited-edition drawings, posters, books, and zines from the likes of Richard Prince, David Salle, and Terry Richardson. On the fashion front, there are one-of-a-kind Suno skirts crafted from colorful African scarves, Proenza Schouler dresses, Pamela Love baubles, and Sophomore tees.
Expect their musically inclined pals (The Misshapes, Paul Sevigny) to DJ events throughout the month with discounts, free booze, and readings by renowned astrologist (and Chrissie’s mom) Susan Miller.
Now, if only we could get a decent slice.
Arts & Leisure, at Space 15 Twenty, 1520 North Cahuenga Boulevard, between Sunset Boulevard and Selma Avenue, Hollywood (arts-leisure.com).
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