Paloma Wool opens a pop-up store in Los Angeles
Paloma Wool, the art and fashion project founded by Barcelona designer and photographer, Paloma Lanna, has unveiled its collections for the first time in Los Angeles in a pop-up organized in Glendale, 122 Glendale boulevard, until June 5.
Launched in 2016, the brand has been noticed for its creative collections, its fitted pieces, sometimes graphic, and slightly retro, and for its sustainable commitments. Offered around capsules, Paloma Wool has operated outside fashion calendars since its inception and preaches against over-consumption.
Through this new pop-up, the brand will offer an angled selection for the Californian market including tops, long skirts in mulesing-free wool (which prohibits the practice of muzzling sheep) and recycled polyester or transparent dresses in organic cotton and viscose; all clothes that have just been launched on the brand’s eshop.
Already in Copenhagen, Berlin and Paris, the world tour will then continue to New York, Tokyo, Seoul and London.