Japan's Beams, Canada's Nobis, and Cool L.A. Makers Are the Latest to Land at Fred Segal

The U.S. pop-ups are a first for the two international brands.

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Cool retailer Fred Segal continues to refresh its shelves. The latest class of pop-ins includes cult-favorite Japanese brand Beams, Canadian outerwear brand Nobis, and a rotating selection of local makers as part of the store's Made in L.A. series — and they're all shoppable through the end of the year.

A handful of homegrown talents are holding court as part of the store's Made in L.A. series. The first installment (which runs through the end of this month) is curated by husband-and-wife woodworking duo Ryan Silverman and Eileen O'Dea of The Wooden Palate, and their wood and metal cutting boards, bowls, and other handmade tabletop pieces are available alongside edgy-minimalist furnishings and home goods by (Wh)ore Haus Studios, textiles by Denise Young, artisan pottery from Humble Ceramics, chocolates by Milla, drinkware by Neptune Glassworks, and plants by Big Red Sun.

Photo: Courtesy of Nobis

Here to dress Angelenos for upcoming winter getaways is Nobis, which brings its sustainable, multi-functional, and washable jackets made from ethically-sourced down. Expect women's and men's outerwear in tailored silhouettes, including the Poppy trench ($595), the Ranger hooded shirt jacket ($450), the Clayton rainjacket ($450), and the reversible Oliver and Viola puffer in an exclusive vermillion colorway ($750) that's ready for SoCal snow adventures.

Hailing from Japan is cult-favorite lifestyle retailer Beams, which is taking over the prime corner pop-in space at Fred Segal for its first-ever U.S. shop (albeit a temporary one) through January 2020.

Decked out with minimalist wooden fixtures and a window display of Japanese lanterns, the shop will stock a selection of casual apparel, sandals, tote bags, and accessories from the 1976-born brand's eight-story flagship in Tokyo alongside its modern Americana-inspired menswear line, Beams+, and its "tomboy" womenswear line, Beams Boy.

Also on offer is the brand's upcycled Beams Couture range crafted from vintage and deadstock pieces and its Maturely collection of womenswear inspired by traditional Japanese silhouettes.

See more from Beams' and Nobis' pop-ups and scroll through the gallery above, and see Fred Segal's address and hours below.

Fred Segal, 8500 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 90069; Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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