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Bonobos + SPEKTRE Sample Sale, Aug 21st – 25th in WeHo

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Bonobos + SPEKTRE Sample Sale, Aug 21st - 25th - Los Angeles

WEST HOLLYWOOD (via Fashonista.com) — Eclipse is excited to welcome our favorite menswear brand BONOBOS

Starting Wednesday, August 21 through Sunday, August 25, come shop men’s fashion including apparel and accessories from the Spring/Summer collection in West Hollywood at huge discounts. Prices starting as low as $5!

The Italian made Sunglasses brand SPEKTRE will also join the sale for men and women!

Dates: Wednesday August 21st through Sunday August 25th

Wednesday – Saturday: 10am – 7pm Sunday: 10am – 5pm Location: 315 S Robertson Boulevard, 90048 Los Angeles

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Amoeba Hollywood is Moving to El Centro Complex

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HOLLYWOOD — Amoeba is the community’s source for music, music, and more. It is going to have a new space by labor day on the corner of Hollywood Blvd. and Argyle, in the heart of everything.

It will cover a large ground level space in the new “El Centro” complex in downtown Hollywood. This is just 2 blocks east and 2 blocks north of the current location, and right next door to the Fonda Theatre. 

While it is a bit smaller, Amoeba will be able to house all the usual formats and goodies. It is a virtual Hollywood institution. The store expects to close temporarily to get set up. In the interim, the store will continue to have live shows, signings, DJ Sets, and meet-and-greet events every week, as they do now.

In addition, the trade counter will be right up front in the new location, like it is now. There will be a few short-term meters on Argyle for easy unloading.

In the El Centro complex there will be great L.A.-based businesses such as Urban Radish Market & Healthy Spot as our neighbors. Next door is the always rockin’ Fonda Theatre, and just across Hollywood Blvd. is the new Funko Pop store and Shake Shack, with the historic Pantages Theater and Frolic Room just west of us on Hollywood Blvd. Additionally, there are many eateries, coffee shops, retail shopping, and the huge W Hotel all within easy walking distance.

According to Mayor Garcetti, “Los Angeles is a creative capital — a place filled with dreamers who move and inspire us every day. Amoeba Music reflects the best of this creative spirit, and Angelenos are fortunate this beloved cultural treasure has found a new home guaranteeing its place in our city for years to come.” 

In the words of Mitch O’Farrell, Los Angeles City Councilmember, “I think I speak for most Angelenos when I say that we are thrilled that our beloved Amoeba Music is staying in Hollywood.”



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Italy’s Diesel Brand Kicks Off WeHo Residency at Fred Segal Sunset

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WEST HOLLYWOOD (Apparel News) — Diesel put its name on expanding number of categories, such as fragrance, jewels, watches.

The Italian brand also has long been known for its surreal advertising, but it hopes to remind the world that the brand started out with jeans.

On Jan. 28, Diesel started a residency that will run six months at Fred Segal Sunset in West Hollywood. Featured in the residency are denim focused collections that Diesel collaborated with unique brands.

Diesel Red Tag X A-COLD-WALL features Diesel’s heavyweight denim shaped by the London-based brand’s idiosyncratic style. Looks include a tie-dyed denim shirt jacket and dyed jeans which feature mixed fabric […]

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WeHo’s Circus of Books Returns to Life As Chi Chi LaRue’s Circus

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WEST HOLLYWOOD (Los Angeles Magazine) –Sex toys and porn are joined by art, books, and more at the adult movie director and drag diva’s new Santa Monica Boulevard space.

Before the internet democratized, destigmatized, and decentralized the porn industry, it was largely a back-alley business. The same was true in the realm of gay porn, except it faced more scrutiny, stricter obscenity laws, and a much more profound level of ostracism.

Take the storied history of Circus of Books, the West Hollywood gay porn emporium on the southwest corner of Santa Monica and Sweetzer.

Unlikely as it may sound, Circus was owned by husband-and-wife entrepreneurs Karen and Barry Mason, who traded in their respective careers in investigative journalism and special effects to distribute Hustler for Larry Flint in the […]

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