Salute Mother Earth (& Hang With Celebs) At This Sustainable Shop’s Reopening

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In the spirit of Earth Month, wouldn’t it be great to find a place to grab cute clothing that happens to be sustainable and nature friendly, but not crunchy? That’s the deal with The Reformation, which employs over 80% reclaimed material in all of its one-of-a-kind products.
Whether they’re curating and repurposing vintage clothes, or using deadstock fabric to make new pieces from scratch, the folks at this rad shop have been breezily upgrading wardrobes everywhere, so it’s about time that their L.A. storefront got a ravishing revamp, too.
Head to the Reformation’s new Melrose location Thursday evening, and celebrate this environment-friendly shop’s opening by drinking and dancing the night away with the likes of Frances Bean Cobain, Erin Wasson, and Emma Roberts. While you’re there, check out the new digs: a juice and enhanced water bar, an apothecary, and a home décor section will help fill the 3,000 square-foot space. And in line with their eco-chic mantra, they’re even selling an electric motorcycle – now that’s dedication to innovation!
When: Thursday, April 5, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Where: The Reformation LA, 8253 Melrose Avenue (at North Harper Avenue); 855-535-1555.
Photo: Via the Reformation
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