Blondie frontwoman Debbie Harry has built a legacy in fashion and music on her devil-may-care punk attitude, and this month, she’s joining forces with another brand born from counterculture. Obey Clothing has teamed with the stylish singer to debut its first-ever concept shop and pop-up in LA, which is open on Melrose Avenue now through Sunday, September 3.
Founded by street artist Shepard Fairey, the graffiti art-turned-clothing brand collabed with Harry for a limited-edition collection, which is shoppable at the temporary boutique. Priced from $9 to $275 and comprised of pins, babydoll tees, zip-up hoodies, and a red suede moto jacket, the line features Harry’s own photography and designs by Fairey.
In addition to the Debbie Harry range, Obey’s retail residency will offer a selection from its men’s and women’s fall ’17 collections. The space will also house an on-site Zine Newsstand that’ll peddle mags and work from artists like Dan Monik, Clint Woodside, Marilyn Rondon and publishers like Deadbeat Club, Studio Number One, Never Press, Animals Mag, and much more every weekend.
Take a peek inside the shop and scroll through the gallery above, and see the store’s address and hours below.
OBEY Pop-Up Shop
7400 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046
Monday – Saturday: 11am to 7pm
Sunday: 12 to 6pm