RIPNDIP Pop-Up Shop
RIPNDIP opened up a surprise one-of-a-kind art gallery and retail pop-up to launch their spring 2016 line and premiere the video of their recent trip to San Francisco. The pop-up is located at 441 N. Fairfax Avenue and is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Until March 21st.
It was a red carpet affair
The inside had a real fine art vibe
Seriously don’t touch anything
Ryan O’Connor really went all out for this one featuring MOM and POP
Did I mention the ice luge???
Always good to see Danny Montoya
You thought the new line was only going to be windbreakers and 5 panels?
A solid endorsement from Malibu’s “The Illusion”
The “special gifts” in the tote bags started to kick in
Can never have too many aliens
Patrick Melcher and Kate were eyeing goods for Kingswell
RIPNDIP’s in front of and behind the lens talent, Ryan Townley and Darien Brown
If you say the words open bar three times a Loy will appear. We lucked out and got Ethan. Along with Domo and their buddy Tom
Baker Boys Erik Valdez and Jay Thorpe
Once the place got packed it was time to start the video
Started off with an amazing take on the intro to Mouse
Jeff Carlyle killed it in the video
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