What to do in Los Angeles in December: fashion launches, art, pop-ups

Luna Luna: Forgotten Fantasy

Aerial view of Luna Luna in Moorweide park. Hamburg, Germany, 1987. Photo: © Sabina Sarnitz. Courtesy of Luna Luna, LLC

(Sabina Sarnitz/Luna Luna)

In 1987, an amusement park opened in Hamburg, West Germany, where all the attractions and games were also contemporary art: a carousel by Keith Haring, a glass maze by Roy Lichtenstein, a multicolored arch by Sonia Delaunay. The pieces were then stored and forgotten in shipping containers for 36 years. Surprisingly, the park has been reassembled at Ace Mission Studios in downtown Los Angeles and is now open. 1601 E. 6th St., Los Angeles. lunaluna.com

Golf le Fleur* second season

In Tyler, the Creator's universe, Lil Yachty, Maverick Carter and Anwar Carrots emerge from the same school bus dressed in spring pastels from le Fleur's second season collection*. The videobook, designed and directed by Tyler himself, shows models giving statements to a police officer slightly out of frame after his bus crashes into another car. The camera focuses on the series of characters in their puffer jackets, the brand's first version of a cycling jersey, leather ushankas, berets, sweater vests and sports coats with matching pants. In typical Le Fleur style*, the clothing is whimsical and elegant. Select pieces available in stores December 9th and online December 13th. golflefleur.com

Slauson Saturdays powered by Supervsn


Since October, Supervsn has organized a monthly party known as “Slauson Saturdays.” The free event takes place at the Windsor Hills flagship store and features guest DJ sets, food and drink. The December party will feature some special holiday offers, including Supervsn's custom gift wrapping and Santa's custom embroidery workshop. Saturday December 9. 4440 W. Slauson Ave. Flagship.

A photograph of Deanna Templeton featured in "Looking at the sun," a group exhibition at Webber Gallery.
Photographs of Deanna Templeton (left/top) and Amina Cruz (right/bottom) featured in "Looking at the sun," a group exhibition at Webber Gallery.

Photographs by Deanna Templeton (left/top) and Amina Cruz (right/bottom) featured in “Staring Into the Sun,” a group exhibition at Webber Gallery. (Deanna Templeton; Amina Cruz)

A photograph of AJ Wilson featured in "Looking at the sun," a group exhibition at Webber Gallery.

A photograph by AJ Wilson featured in “Staring Into the Sun,” a group exhibition at Webber Gallery.

(A.J. Wilson)

“Staring Into the Sun,” a group exhibition curated and edited by Chantal Webber of Webber Gallery and Yudo Kurita of Comfort, opens at Webber Gallery on December 8. It features the work of 30 Los Angeles photographers, including Eddie Salinas, Nori Rasmussen-Martinez, and Jess Cuevas. , Carlos Jaramillo, Thalía Gochez and Deanna Templeton, the opening is from 6 to 10 pm, with DJ sets from Passionfruit and Gem, followed by an after-party at Soho Warehouse. 939 S. Santa Fe Ave., Los Angeles. @gallery_webber

Fear of God and Adidas launch Athletics

Photo from the Fear of God x Adidas campaign
Photo from the Fear of God x Adidas campaign

After three years of development, Fear of God Athletics was released. The sports line harkens back to Adidas soccer apparel from the late '90s and early '00s (think chunky stripes and oversized hoodies) with puffer jackets and track pants in earthy gray tones. “My heart has always been in sports,” Jerry Lorenzo tells GQ. The first delivery is now available. fearofdios.com

“Betye Saar: Drifting into the Twilight” at the Huntington

Betye Saar with “Drifting Toward Twilight”, 2023 (installation view).

Betye Saar with “Drifting Toward Twilight”, 2023 (installation view).

(Huntington Library Art Museum and Botanical Garden)

Betye Saar, “Drifting Toward Twilight,” 2023 (installation view).

Betye Saar, “Drifting Toward Twilight,” 2023 (installation view).

(Huntington Library Art Museum and Botanical Garden)

Los Angeles icon and artist Betye Saar just unveiled a new piece of art that takes up an entire room at Scott Galleries in Huntington. The centerpiece is a wooden canoe that carries various “passengers,” including bird cages, antlers, and children's chairs. The walls are bathed in blue and the floor is dotted with plants that Saar foraged in the surrounding gardens. Sarre has invited us to let ourselves go and dream. Available through November 30, 2025. Virginia Steele Scott Galleries of American Art, Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino. huntington.org

Hiro Clark opens in Los Angeles

Now you can feel Hiro Clark's soft cotton tank tops and sweatpants at the brand's first store in Los Angeles. Look for the Tom of Finland collaboration, stylish t-shirts with desert plant silhouettes, and a few items that are exclusively available in-store. Open now. 677 N. Berendo St., Los Angeles. hiroclark.com


In this wonderland of art curated by Los Angeles brand Amor Prohibido, painters, fashion photographers, and jewelry designers mingle in surprising and moving ways. Look for works by Monica Zulema, Danie Cansino, Ally Rae, Maggi Simpkins, and many more. Until January 3. 2–3 Fair Gallery, 1800 Berkeley St., Unit B, Santa Monica.

gardens and H. Lorenzo Mens Holiday Pop-up

a model standing in front of a red wall wearing a gray trench coat and red bottoms and H. Lorenzo shoes
land and product photo H. Lorenzo

The Tokyo footwear brand has teamed up with H. Lorenzo Mens to host a holiday pop-up this month. If you're looking for a fun pair of kicks, Grounds will have limited edition colors of their signature bubbly shoes. Plus, the 13-foot sculpture of a “human-like creature” wearing the brand's shoes looks like it's worth seeing just for the spectacle. From December 8 to 26. 8700 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles.

“Tidawhitney Lek: Living Spaces” at the Long Beach Museum of Art

"Happy birthday again" by Tidawhitney Lek

“Happy Birthday Again” by Tidawhitney Lek

(Tidawhitney Lek)

"Khmer New Year in Eldorado Park" by Tidawhitney Lek.

“Khmer New Year in Eldorado Park” by Tidawhitney Lek.

(Tidawhitney Lek)

In her first solo museum exhibition, Long Beach-based artist Tidawhitney Lek paints a tender portrait of her city: picnicking on the lawn, celebrating a birthday, strolling among dandelions on the sidewalk. Lek's paintings are so layered that she has compared them to quilts: rich mosaics that remind viewers of how much more there is to see. Available through February 4, 2024. Long Beach Museum of Art, 2300 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach. lbma.org

Genny opens in Beverly Hills

Genny Store in Beverly Hills

Genny Store in Beverly Hills


Genny, the Italian women's clothing brand, has opened its first US store in Beverly Hills. Explore chic knitwear and bright pants in the relaxing new space built in shades of white and champagne. Open now. 9536 Brighton Way, Beverly Hills. genny.com

Fred Segal and Grantlove Christmas Pop-Up Store

in-store view of Fred Segal X's GrantLOVE pop-up

It is that time of year. Fred Segal and Grantlove have a pop-up on Sunset Boulevard stocked with a cozy winter spread, including a new hoodie in collaboration with A-Morir, blankets from Faribault Mill, and candles from Amber Sakai. Open until January. 8500 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles. fredsegal.com

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