So Long, Open Road! A Runaway Boutique Is Calling Venice Home

Since we use apps for everything, it's no secret we've got a penchant for all things mobile; the ability to do something anywhere, anytime fits perfectly with our rushed lifestyles. But, what about portable fashion? The runaway success of The Styleliner, the luxury accessories retailer on wheels, has proven that we like our shopping on-the-go, as well!
Founder Joey Wolffer stocks the ride with limited-edition pieces that she finds all around the world, and travels everywhere from Park City, Utah to Washington D.C., but starting today, it's renouncing its nomadic ways: The Styleliner is opening a six month pop-up shop in Venice, which means we don't need to travel far for the truck's covetable, hard-to-find accessories. (Our gas tanks are thanking us!) If fashion isn't your bag, that's no problem — next to the Styleliner pop-up (housed in a Quonset hut) will be another space showcasing the creations of M. Winter Designs, who headed up the design and furnishing of Styleliner's oh-so-cool temporary digs.
When: Starting Friday, May 24, 12 p.m.
Where 542 Rose Avenue (near Rennie Avenue); no phone.

Photo: Courtesy of The Styleliner

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