A Look Inside the Cherry Los Angeles Pop-Up This Weekend

A huge start for the new West coast brand.

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It was announced just a week ago that a new streetwear brand, Cherry Los Angeles, would be making its debut at a pop-up shop on Fairfax this weekend. For its first collection, “MICRO-DOSE,” the founders brought to life the walls of their childhood bedrooms through a series of ’90s-inspired graphics featuring Carmen Electra, Dennis Rodman, Porsche Turbos and Acid House smiley faces.

Take a closer look at what went down in the photos above. All stock on location had sold out, but more is expected to come online April 23.

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