The Surrealists Would So Approve Of This Spring Lookbook

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    We know, we know, lookbooks are a dime a dozen these days, and that's exactly why we always set our sights high — on the lookout for something sick to pique your interest (no more snoozy beach shots allowed!). Well, CRYBABY Presents paired up with shutterbug Logan White to render an extremely unique montage of images, showing off their just-as-conceptual line of clothing. The RISD rockstars are coming at us surrealist style with “Collection No. 1,” a cool-girl combo of modern, edgy and feminine staples. Cruise through these trippy snaps that conjure a Lost kind of vibe, but in a really chic way (you'll see what we mean). Forget the lookbook — pink hair, easy silhouettes, and an exotic locale make for solid coffee table fodder, really.

    But that's not all. The ladies are bidding adieu to their pop-up shop at Space15Twenty, which has been open since fall. But when one door closes, a window opens — and this one's coming at you in the form of an exciting URL. Check out their splashy new e-tail spot, and take 20% off their collection, using the code CRY29. Oh, and if you care to toast to their farewell, drinks are on the girls this Friday night!

    When: Friday, March 30, from 7 to 10 p.m.
    Where: Space15Twenty, 1520 North Cahuenga Boulevard (at Sunset Boulevard).

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