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OFF-WHITE

OFF-WHITE, Palace and a host of other brands have revealed exclusive collections for the launch of Dover Street Market Los Angeles. Click here to see what’s going down.

The 10,000-square-foot premises in the city’s downtown Arts District (see address below) opens today, Saturday, November 3, joining DSM locations in Tokyo, New York, London, and Singapore. It will stock the one-off celebratory capsules alongside regular offerings from brands carried at DSM online and its other locations around the world.

Take a look at the launch capsules unveiled so far below.

OFF-WHITE

OFF-WHITE’s release comprises hoodies and T-shirts in monochrome colors with the same ubiquitous thematic graphics we’ve come to expect from Virgil’s brand. The DSM house logo is given the “” treatment on the hoodies, while the T-shirts contain the words “You actually fell in love with an image,” and “LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION.” Scroll through the IG post above to see each piece.

Palace

Palace, meanwhile, hasn’t been quite so forthcoming. The London skate label posted only an image of a new Tri-Ferg hoodie in orange featuring a retro-style LA skyline, but it’s expected that more pieces will surface when the store opens tomorrow.

No Vacancy Inn & Denim Tears x Brendan Fowler

A new lookbook shot by photographer Jerald Johnson revealed that No Vacancy Inn is preparing to launch its own special DSM LA capsule, and that Denim Tears and Brendan Fowler have also teamed up for a one-off collab.

No Vacancy Inn is dropping a black graphic T-shirt featuring a print of palm trees, while Denim Tears and Brendan Fowler is releasing graphic print T-shirts, a hat and a clear PVC tote bag. Check out the pieces above.

Stay tuned for more DSM LA exclusives.

Dover Street Market Los Angeles
606-608
Imperial Street
Los Angeles, CA 90021
United States

In other news, pieces from the Palace x Polo Ralph Lauren collection have leaked online.

Life Editor

Daniel is the editor of Highsnobiety Life. He grew up in north of England and is now based in Berlin.

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