Catbird's L.A. Pop-Up Shop Is A Must-See For West Coast Dwellers
If dainty jewels are your thing, then you definitely need to know about Catbird. The brand is known for putting the "fine" in fine jewelry, and they're offering up the pieces you’ll love to wear each and every day. They have a plethora of accessories available online and an NYC store location, but that’s about to change, at least temporarily. Catbird is coming to Los Angeles for the first time ever and West Coast kittens won’t want to miss the chance to shop this brand IRL on their home turf.
According to a press release, the brand has partnered with Platform to bring fans of the NY-based retailer a chance to shop their goods in-person. The location will open on Apr. 1 and will remain open for the entire month. It will be located at 8840 Washington Blvd. in Culver City, California. So, plan your travel accordingly!
The 459 square foot space mimics the tiny brick and mortar in New York and will offer an exclusive candle scent for LA locals to shop along with jewelry and a co-curated collection of vintage clothing from A Current Affair. Get the full Catbird experience by paying this spot a visit. When you do, shopping for all of your lovely little accessories will be taken to a whole new level!
The temporary store will be open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. during Apr. 1-Apr. 30.
You can deck yourself out in shiny pieces from head to toe. They offer everything from earrings to anklets, so get ready to upgrade your accessories collection.
Because one gold item is never enough, prepare to purchase stacks on stacks of rings and bracelets.
You'll find more than just jewels here, too. The brand's created an exclusive candle scent to capture the LA way of life.
all I want is jewelry from catbird plz thank u— regina de spade (@_______odd) January 7, 2017
If you've been dying to get in on the whole IRL Catbird shopping thing, your chance is coming up very soon.
Get ready to embrace the Catbird LA way of life. Warning: you'll need shades for jewels this bright.