RRL & Co. | Ralph Lauren Pop Up Shop

My roommate Garrett mentioned the other day that a new shop had opened up between Fred Segal and the Improv place on Melrose, so after my lunch I headed over to see what it was. Turns out it’s a Ralph Lauren RRL shop that opened up around Halloween. The RRL line is kind of like a fancier throwback like to the regular Ralph Lauren, more 50’s motorcycle culture than polo.

The space was pretty amazing, as it was a converted automotive shop, something I posted about that’s a rising trend in the world of boutiques. I managed to snag a few pics of the inside, then asked one of the guys behind the counter if it was cool, and he told me I wasn’t supposed to. Whoops! Anyhow, check out the snaps, they really filled this place up with old-timey stuff. It’s too bad that everything is so expensive, they had some fun things for sale.

Bobby

6 Comments RRL & Co. | Ralph Lauren Pop Up Shop

  1. Brooke January 12, 2009 at 9:00 AM

    bobby, just had to say that i am loving your blog and especially these last few posts…

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  3. habitat67 January 12, 2009 at 2:08 PM

    my best friend works at the melrose store… he used to work at the one on bleeker in new york.

  4. Billy Ben January 13, 2009 at 2:42 PM

    now there’s a place where i’d like to spend my money :) no place like this in switzerland ;(

    + i’m out!

  5. don weir January 13, 2009 at 9:38 PM

    how big is this place? as big as the old one on mulberry in nyc? looks great.

  6. JC January 16, 2009 at 7:24 PM

    I remember they used to have a RRL store on Melrose between Crescent Height and La Cienega but it closed down 4-5 years ago. Never bought anything there as its pretty pricey for what it is but I did like the look of what they had back then.

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