Sneaker Garden Debuts Melrose Pop-Up Full of Artwork for Your Feet

Grab a highly-coveted pair of kicks or rare vintage piece now until February 2022.

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Sneakerheads and vintage streetwear aficionados rejoice – Sneaker Garden has recently opened its first-ever pop-up shop on Melrose Place with a selection of high-end sneakers and vintage streetwear for men and women. The vintage streetwear and sneaker reseller will be sweeping its patrons off their feet from now until February 2022 before shoe-ing off to a permanent brick-and-mortar in Beverly Hills.

The vintage streetwear giant designed the space with a retro vibe and modern touches – which seems appropriate given its enviable location. Nestled in the middle of luxury fashion and L.A.-favorites like Chloé, Bottega Veneta, and Alfred Coffee, Sneaker Garden's pop-up offers today's most-coveted brands, including Yeezy, Jordan, Bape, Supreme, and Essentials.

With two established storefronts in L.A. and Las Vegas, Sneaker Garden is well-aware of what the sneaker-obsessed market is looking for in a brick-and-mortar. Known for its endless colorway options, exclusive drops, and abundant inventory, the company was founded by entrepreneur and developer Shyon Keoppel. Keoppel, chief executive officer of SK Venture Group, founded his first company at age 19 and continues to execute ambitious ventures in an array of markets around the country, including 3rd Base LA and the celebrity-adored, no-cellphones-allowed Offsunset.

Sneaker Garden buys, sells, and exchanges some of the sneaker industry's most interesting and highly regarded kicks. Bridging the gap between streetwear and couture, the company invites sneaker- and non-sneaker-obsessed Angelenos alike to experience the intersection for themselves.

Scroll through the gallery above and check out the address below.

Sneaker Garden, 8472 Melrose Place, L.A., 90069; open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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