Organic Modernism

Organic Modernism at Station Market - A Pop-Up Boutique! (Los Angeles)

If you didn't make it, or didn't hear, Station Market launched this past weekend at Huron Substation for two days of a pop-up boutique shopping experience. We were delighted to participate in a fun filled weekend of artisan vendors, kitchen-made lunches, and gorgeous architectural shopping views. 

 

The doors opened on Saturday morning to the first event in this series of quarterly pop-ups. Set at the historic Huron Substation in Cypress Park, guests were offered the opportunity to not only shop, but enter this beautiful property not normally open to the public.

A charming and architectural space, Huron Substation set a great backdrop for this curated selection of home and apparel goods. These luxury products included apparel by Toit Voilant, wall hangings by Fire Horse Studio, and furniture by Organic Modernism of course.

For the home goods fans, there were also linens and textiles by Vivre Luxe, ceramics by Betsey Carter, and candles by Manifest Destiny. We were also joined by the Runway Outlet, Olivo, Earthling Jewelry, and December 9th artists Adam Stanzak and Francesca Bifulco.

Our shoppers enjoyed the ambiance of this pop-up boutique and amenities such as an in-home kitchen where they could order-up agua fresca and homemade panini's. To keep the energy alive, Good Vibes Society was serving up Cold Brew. The Oat Milk was a particular customer favorite.

Set against the backdrop of an outdoor garden, on Sunday, A.G.Geiger books joined us and drove a Cadillac right onto the property. The most incredible selection of art books was available right from atop this classic car. 

Overall the weekend was a smashing success, and we were thrilled to have such an incredible turnout. Special thanks to LAist and Discover Los Angeles for supporting.

Didn't make it to this one?  Station Market is back, September 14th - 15th, 2019 at Huron Substation and Organic Modernism will be offering special products and pricing for attendees once more. 

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