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In case you hadn't heard, it's time to snap out of that food coma and pay attention: There's an insanely rad pop-up shop going down right now, and it's brought to you by yours truly. Yes, the Tinseltown Bazaar is in full swing.
And, if last night's kick-off party proved anything, it's that when well-curated, well-priced wares, along with tons of awesome freebies, are in the mix, the chic revelers turn out in droves. From vintage party dresses to jewelry that gives back, the shoppable goodness is just as intoxicating as the Belvedere mixed drinks and bumping tunes.
But the best part? You didn't miss out, just because missed out on last night. You have all weekend to join the fun.
Click through the party pics and stop by this weekend. And don't forget to say hi!
Tinseltown Holiday Bazaar, 201 Mulberry Street (between Spring and Kenmare streets); no phone.
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