3 Design Things To Do This Weekend

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Here are three things DnA recommends you check out this weekend.

Muji envelope1. Muji Pop-up Shop

Muji fans — you no longer need to leave LA to get your fix. As a teaser for their permanent store that is set to open on December 14, this weekend Muji is opening a pop-up store on Hollywood Boulevard, near Graumann’s Chinese Theater.  Muji Hollywood will be the 8th Muji store in the U.S. and its largest, at  8,600 square feet.

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Why did Muji, sometimes referred to as the “Japanese Ikea,” known for its exquisitely modest clothing, stationery and toys in shades of beige, black, white and gray, pick Hollywood to put down its LA anchor? Find out on an upcoming DnA.

When: December 7th; Permanent store opens December 14

Where: Hollywood Galaxy Shopping Center at 7021 Hollywood Boulevard

Tickets: Free!

Click here for more information.

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2. Nightmare Before Christmas at the Orpheum Theater

Two classics come together in this LA Conservancy event: a screening of the Tim Burton Christmas favorite, at the historic Orpheum Theatre — built in 1926 for vaudeville performances, it features “Paris Opera-inspired interiors, majestic crystal chandeliers, and a Mightly Wurlitzer organ.”

When: Sunday, December 8 at 2 p.m. (doors at 1:15 p.m.)

Where: Orpheum Theatre

Tickets: $15 general public, $10 Conservancy members, and $5 children 12 and under. Click here for tickets. (Note: you need to create an account with the LA Conservancy to purchase tickets)

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3. Holiday Shopping Pop-ups -Remodelista//Unique La/Peter Shire/Rustic Canyon

It is hard to keep track of all the pop-up fairs happening this weekend. Below are four fairs and/or sales that will be taking place this weekend in L.A. neighborhoods including downtown, Echo Park, and Santa Monica. Each of the events features the work of artists and designers based in L.A. or in the U.S. Buy locally-made gifts for the holidays! If you know of other pop-up marts, let us know in the Comments section below.

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When: Saturday, December 7, 10am-5pm

Where: Big Daddy’s Antiques, 3334 South La Cienega Place

Tickets: Free

Click here for more information.

Unique LA Holiday Show

$10 admission gets you: A limited edition cotton tote bag, re-entry for both days, free cocktails and other beverages,  as well as child-pleasing DIY arts and crafts projects all weekend long!

When: Saturday and Sunday, December 7 & 8 11am-6pm (both Saturday & Sunday)

Where: California Market Center, 110 East Ninth St.

Tickets: $10 at the door (cash only) or online, Kids 12 and under are free.

Click here for more information.

Peter Shire Studio Sale

A ceramics sale featuring the work of veteran “Pomo” artist Peter Shire — whose work has found a new generation of fans — takes place December 7th and 8th. It will also raise funds for Cottage Enrichment School in Echo Park, where students will be serving German fare, and people can also donate to the Echo Park Animal Alliance.

When: Saturday and Sunday December 7th & 8th 1:00-5:00 PM

Where: Echo Park Artist Studio 1850 Echo Park Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90026

Tickets: Free, and open to the public.

Rustic Canyon Holiday Boutique and Art Show

When: December 7, 2013,  to 3 PM

Where: Rustic Canyon Recreation Center  601 Latimer Road SM, CA 90402

Tickets: Free