Footwear, food, and printastic pillows may seem like strange bedfellows for a pop-up shop, but it all comes together once you step into this alley-like space in Venice. British home decor brand Wicklewood brings its first-ever Stateside pop-up shop to Abbot Kinney, where its globally-inspired textiles will inspire stylish nomads to start planning their next getaway.
Holding court through Monday, April 15 (10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily) next door to Gorjana, the tiny outdoor shop stocks Wicklewood's colorful rugs, throws, cushions, and other woven home goods ($112 and up) inspired by everything from historic documents found around the world to Guatemalan textiles to Hawaii and beyond.
Those in need of sturdy steppers for their travels can stock up on luxe footwear from New York-based affordable luxury label Inkerman, which brings its English-inspired unisex sneakers and espadrilles alongside men's boots, chukkas, and loafers ($78 to $220) as well as canvas totes and duffle bags ($78 to $188). All of the brand's shoes feature ethically-sourced rubber soles to ensure that you're comfortable every step of your way. (Bonus: The brand is taking over the space starting April 15 for its first-ever L.A. shop; stay tuned for more.)
To appease to globetrotters' traveling tastebuds, food delivery brand Mantry is also in the house with its crates full of artisan pantry essentials. The food box is geared towards men (InStyle dubbed it the grub subscription that Ron Swanson would dig), but
Wicklewood, 1639 Abbot Kinney, Venice, 90291; 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily through Monday, April 15