Former Band of Outsiders creative director Scott Sternberg took a more "democratic" direction in fashion after leaving the cult-favorite label that he helmed for over a decade. Last year, the CFDA designer launched a new line of essentials, Entireworld, and now he's taking over the iconic Million Dollar Theater for a month-long pop-up of shopping and movie screenings.
Holding court from Saturday, Dec. 7 to Sunday, Dec. 22, the pop-up will offer Entireworld's full range of womenswear and menswear ($28 to $325) as well as gift-ready accessories including Six Stripey Socks boxes ($80), Recycled Cashmere Beanies and Mittens ($55 to $68), Organic Cotton Ts and Undies ($20 to $32 and up), kids' sweaters and sweatpants ($65 and up), and exclusive tote bag.
The brand is also teaming with Street Food Cinema to screen '80s and '90s cult classics. The lineup includes a marathon of Groundhog Day on Saturday, Dec. 7 (10 a.m. to 10 p.m.), Spaceballs on Saturday, Dec. 14 (doors at 7 p.m.; Wexler's Deli will be serving up matzo ball soup), and a double feature screening of Rules of Attraction and Less Than Zero that'll include a Q&A with writer/director Bret Easton Ellis on Saturday, Dec. 21 (starting at 4 p.m.). La Huerta Candy, Olio Wood-Fired Pizza, and Golden Road Brewery will also be offering food and drinks, and moviegoers are also welcome to bring their own grub from Grand Central Market next door.
There's a do-gooder element, too. A portion of proceeds from the screenings and shopping sales will benefit L.A. Mission, and the brand will also donate new socks to those in need for every pair purchased.
Into it? Get more details and RSVP for the free movies here.
Entireworld at the Million Dollar Theater, 311 South Broadway, L.A., 90013; open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily and until 8 p.m. for Saturday screenings