Wölffer, a native New Yorker, has retail in her blood. The equestrian and co-owner of Wölffer Estate Vineyard in the Hamptons—known for their incredible rosé—is the great-great granddaughter of the founder of UK powerhouse brand Marks and Spencer and opened her first brick-and-mortar in Sag Harbor, N.Y. two years ago. Her temporary shop at Platform in Culver City will feature a treasure trove of items: handbags from her eponymous label made from Italian leather with hand woven straps and rare embellishments, jewelry and more. Open through July, Platform, Culver City
Since its launch in March 2016, New York-based Raden has disrupted the luggage industry with its collection of innovative fashion-forward bags in a range covetable shades. Now, Angelenos can experience the brand firsthand at a rainbow-themed pop-up shop at The Grove located by the entrance of Crate & Barrel. Available in two sizes—a 22-inch carry-on and a 28-inch checkable option—the bags have a light and durable German Makrolon polycarbonate shell and smooth Japanese polyurethane hinomoto wheels. Additionally, each bag comes with a removable battery that can charge a mobile phone up to five times. Once purchased, customers can connect to an app equipped to track and weigh their bags. Best of all, The Grove will donate 20 percent of proceeds to Outfest, an organization that promotes and protects LGBT equality. Open through June, The Grove, L.A.
When Tamara Mellon—former Creative Director and Co-Founder of Jimmy Choo—launched her direct-to-consumer namesake label in Los Angeles last October, she presented high-quality luxury shoes at a third of a price of her competitors. The online-only brand is now giving customers an opportunity to touch, feel and try on the sexy styles with a temporary boutique on Robertson. Equipped with a full range from the line, the store will also feature styles exclusive to the shop, along with the ability to book a personal stylist. Open through July, 110 Robertson Boulevard, L.A.