This Friday The Styleliner, which is a mobile luxury accessory retailer, formerly only on the east coast in Manhattan, the Hamptons, and Palm Beach, will open its first West Coast outpost in Venice. The shop will be a six month pop-up shop housed in a Quonset hut designed and constructed by Matt Winter of M. Winter Design.
While the east coast based, accessory boutique on wheels is still the majority of the Styleliner business, Founder Joey Wolffer and her business partner Sara Droz have created unique Styleliner pop-up spaces across the country including igloos in Park City, Utah and Washington D.C. along with the transformation of a museum shop in East Hampton to a bohemian-chic oasis. The Venice hut will be the longest running temporary location for the Styleliner to date and will house the signature Styleliner collection of unique, hard-to-find accessory designers from all over the world.
This is such a clever idea; I can't wait to go and check it out!
located at 542 Rose Avenue at the corner of Rose and Rennie in Venice, CA.