Streetwear-happy boulevard La Brea's very own Drake-owned resident has flown over to The Grove. After popping up there last summer, October's Very Own has relocated its Los Angeles flagship to the popular shopping center.
Open as of Saturday, Oct. 3, the Canadian streetwear label debuted its new 1,700-square-foot digs in a tucked-away space behind Michael Kors on Bow Street. The minimalist-modern shop stocks OVO's latest menswear and accessories collections, including its beloved owl logo tees, hoodies, button-down shirts, sweatpants, puffer vests and jackets, and more.
Also on offer are limited-edition collaborations, such as notebooks with Moleskine, water bottles with Kleen Kanteen, and a few remaining pieces from its collection with Japanese streetwear heavyweights Bape.
The space was designed in collaboration with renowned Japanese architect and Wonderwall interior design firm founder Masamichi Katayama. (He also dreamed up OVO's Tokyo store.)
OVO first arrived in L.A. in 2015 on La Brea. Headquartered in its hip-hop co-founder's native Toronto, the brand was co-founder Noah "40" Shebib, creative director Oliver El-Katib, and Aubrey (a.k.a. Drizzy) Graham.
October's Very Own at The Grove, 189 The Grove Dr., F72, L.A., 90036; Sunday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.