15 pop-ups, launches, events in L.A. to level up your November calendar, with style

A collage of items from Image Issue 15's Drip Index
(Photos: Louis Vuitton; Carlos Jaramillo / Lujo Depot; 3rd Ritual; Henry Taylor, courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth; Anne Fishbein / Offhand Wine Bar; Hanifa)

This story is part of Image Issue 15, “Diaspora,” a fantastic voyage through the mecca of food, from Hollywood haunts to mall food courts to L.A. staples. Read the whole issue here.

Caviar Kaspia opens

Caviar Kaspia opens its L.A. maison, marking the company’s first outpost beyond its native Paris. The luxury restaurant takes over the old Bastide location on Melrose Place, breathing new life into an open-air enclave that blooms with greenery and flowers, leading to a private dining room and balcony bar. Caviar Kaspia also will be home to a boutique space separate from the restaurant, housing L.A.-based jewelry company MAOR. Lunch and dinner service available now. 8475 Melrose Place, Los Angeles,

Lujo Depot launches

A model wears an updated version of a zoot suit.
Lujo Depot Zoot Zoot campaign.
(Carlos Jaramillo)

Stylist Keyla Marquez has launched Lujo Depot, an independent online showroom that specializes in garment rentals — the sustainable, the vintage, the contemporary — from both emerging and established designers. The company debuted in October with a “love letter to Los Angeles,” inviting nine Latinx designers to reimagine the zoot suit with full creative control.


Ferragamo launches ‘A New Dawn’

You’ll know when you see the red decor that something new is going down in L.A. for Ferragamo. Celebrating the launch of “A New Dawn,” a capsule collection featuring pieces designed by Creative Director Maximilian Davis from the Spring/Summer 2023 collection, the brand will be repurposing its Beverly Hills Rodeo Drive store in the house’s new Ferragamo Red, while showcasing new ready-to-wear and accessories pieces. The brand recent brought together a group of tastemakers and influencers to check out the new Ferragamo IRL. So you’ll be in good company. Check it out: 357 N. Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills.

Palm Angels pop-up boutique

“Showcasing Palm Angels today in L.A. is, for me, a comeback to where everything started,” says Francesco Ragazzi, founder and creative director of Palm Angels. For three weeks, the brand will open a boutique experience in front of the iconic Maxfield store. With new collections — from dedicated homages to the city to outerwear to a first-ever jewelry collection crafted by the London jeweler Duffy — Palm Angels delivers an experience you won’t want to miss. “I started Palm Angels in 2015, after the release of a photography book I shot on the L.A. skateboard scene,” Ragazzi adds. “Americana imagery and style of life have been naturally infused in the brand.” 8818 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles.

Yin Jacket by 3rd Ritual

A sage green wrap jacket
Yin Jacket by 3rd Ritual.
(3rd Ritual)

A trendy military liner-style jacket for anxious girlies? Mindful collective 3rd Ritual launched its Yin Jacket in October, a weighted piece of outerwear filled with recycled glass beads and colored with plant dyes. The unisex and one-size-fits-most jacket is designed to ease restlessness and anxiety, an ideal addition to practices like meditation, yoga, lounging or sleeping. (It’s also very chic.)

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‘At the Table’ at Armory Center for the Arts

“At the Table,” a group exhibition organized by Heber Rodriguez at Armory Center for the Arts, digs into “our intimate and communal relationships with food and investigates the many ways these connections were severed or challenged” during the pandemic lockdowns. People and entities involved include Jackie Amezquita, Inglewood Community Fridge, Crenshaw Dairy Mart, the Mistake Room, Yrneh Gabon, Yeu “Q” Nguyen, Francisco Palomares and alvaro parra. On view through Dec. 4. 145 N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena,


G-Star RAW’s Y2K collection

A model in a red T-shirt and denim miniskirt
G-Star RAW’s Y2K Collection.
(Mylan Rosendaal)

G-Star RAW is relaunching 11 of its original styles from the early 2000s — with no changes to the original designs — in a collection curated by Belgian model Rose Bertram. Prices range from $45 to $560. Available now at the brand’s Melrose store and online. 7966 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles,

Louis Vuitton Tambour 20th anniversary capsule exhibition

A group of metal, patterned discs hanging from a dome ceiling above a larger metal cutout of the Louis Vuitton logo
Louis Vuitton’s exhibition dedicated to its Tambour watch.
(Brad Dickson / Louis Vuitton)

Louis Vuitton celebrates 20 years of making the iconic Tambour watch with a new capsule exhibition in the Jewel Court at South Coast Plaza. Initially introduced in 2002, the newest iteration of the timepiece was launched last September, featuring strong lines and a distinctive character. 3333 Bristol St., Costa Mesa,

Hanifa FW22

A model in a long, long-sleeve white dress
Hanifa FW22.

Hanifa, the brand known for its forward-thinking fashion presentations, is back with its fall/winter 2022 collection where cozy meets cutting-edge. Designer Anifa Mvuemba launched her latest release with a live shopping element, aided by style expert Jenee Naylor of High Low Luxxe. Shop the looks at

Offhand Wine Bar in Santa Monica

A bar with orange geometric stools and framed pictures of vintage cars
Offhand Wine Bar in Santa Monica.
(Anne Fishbein)

A new Santa Monica wine bar is open from L.A. wine and music collective Westside Winos, started by curator Khalil Kinsey, Justin Leathers and Teron Stevenson, in collaboration with bar veteran Jared Meisler (Nueva, Roger Room, Bar Lubitsch, the Friend, the Little Friend). Expect an expertly curated selection of natural wines from the West Coast and beyond. 3008 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite A, Santa Monica,

‘Chloë Bass: Wayfinding’

The West Coast debut of Chloë Bass’ buzzy exhibition, “Wayfinding,” is all about reading the signs. A massive outdoor presentation — which for the first time in the Skirball Museum’s history fully utilizes its 15-acre outdoor campus for a continuous art installation — takes inspiration from public wayfinding signage, erecting sculptures that point toward emotions like anxiety, compassion, desire and loss and encourage viewers to reflect on the human experience. The Skirball exhibition will feature new elements that are site-specific and a piece of audio art in collaboration with L.A. artists. On view from Nov. 17 through March 12. 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles,

Inglewood Open Studios Art Walk

The marquee of Inglewood's Miracle Theater
Inglewood’s beloved art walk is back.
(Inglewood Open Studios Art Walk)

Inglewood’s beloved art walk is back after a three-year hiatus, put on by Inglewood Open Studios. Featuring the work of groundbreaking artists including Ulysses Jenkins, féi hernandez and Michael Massenberg, the two-day event will launch with an opening reception at Residency Art Gallery (featuring the work of the gallery’s participating artists) on Nov. 11 from 4 to 7 p.m.


‘Henry Taylor: B Side’

A painting of a man with a jeweled collar in profile
Henry Taylor, “Untitled,” 2021, acrylic on linen, 54 1/8 x 1 1/4 in.
(Jeff McLane. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth)
A painting of a man getting his hair done
Henry Taylor, “Gettin It Done,” 2016, acrylic on canvas, 72 x 96 in.
(Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth)

Legendary L.A. artist Henry Taylor gets his due with a 30-year retrospective at MOCA Grand — the largest retrospective of his work to date. “Populated by friends and relatives, strangers on the street, athletic stars, politicians and entertainers, Taylor’s canvases describe an imagination encompassing multiple worlds,” writes MOCA. On view Nov. 6 through April 30. 250 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles,

‘Under Pressure: Jacob Rochester’

First, L.A. artist Jacob Rochester and Chinatown Gallery Franchise collaborated on an NFT for the NBA. Now, they’re back with a solo exhibition from the artist called “Under Pressure.” Featuring a range of new paintings made over the last year, “Under Pressure” is accompanied by a limited-edition T-shirt and EP, “100+,” that spans house, U.K. garage and R&B (available to stream on Nov. 4). 977 Chung King Road, Los Angeles, @thisisfranchise

Palace Skateboards X Gucci

London skate shop Palace Skateboards has teamed up with Gucci Vault in the latest, and one of the most highly anticipated, collections born out of a series of high-profile collaborations that include Calvin Klein, Mercedes-AMG and Arc’teryx. Pieces include everything from a cheeky strawberry-print umbrella with a leather handle to a pair of boot-cut jeans covered with GG studs, a printed silk pillowcase with patches and, of course, skateboards. Available only on Vault.

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