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Bandier brings its stylish leggings to Los Angeles for a 2-day pop-up


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Bandier, the pioneering East Coast activewear boutique (that’s been called the Barneys of activewear), has packed up its coveted selection of leggings and of-the-moment Michi jumpsuits for a two-day Los Angeles pop-up shop. (Just in the nick of time for festival season.)

The event starts today, April 13, at the new Y7 studio in West Hollywood, so you can get in some beat-driven vinyasa while wearing your brand-new leggings—as well a taste of what Bandier’s “music-fitness-fashion” mission is about when it officially opens in LA this year.

Curated by Friend of Friend founder Olivia Perez, the pop-up shop includes exclusive and quick-to-sell-out products, such as the recent collaboration with Tone It Up and the KDEER “Jennifer” haute legz stripe leggings you’re seeing everywhere, as well as a curated selection from Koral, Heroine Sport and Human Performance Engineering.

The music-loving duo is also throwing a celebratory soiree at 7 p.m. on Wednesday evening (4/13), featuring a complimentary yoga class with Y7 and refreshments from Propel.

With its doors opening today and closing tomorrow, there’s only a small window of time available to get the goods. Consider dashing over there a form of cardio.

Bandier Pop-Up at Y7 Melrose, 8270 Melrose, Los Angeles, CA 90046, April 13-14th, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., bandier.com

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