Kentucky Derby:

Inaugural Kentucky Derby Party at Shade Hotel
Enjoy an afternoon of Hudson Whiskey Mint Juleps, Hendrick’s derby-inspired cocktails, small plates along with fun contests. Ladies are encouraged to wear stylish hats and derby attire for the gents. A portion of proceeds will be donated to Richstone Family Center. Saturday, 12-3:30 pm; 1221 N Valley Dr., Manhattan Beach, CA 90266; 310.469.3466.

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Pacquiao Vs. Mayweather at sidebar at Beverly Wilshire
Chefs Ari Rosenson and Ken Concepcion have created a number of specialty fight night menu items including the Knuckle Sandwich with Crispy Pig’s Trotters, Pickled Red Onion and Whole Grain Mustard Aioli on a House Made Honey Bun. Signature boxing-themed cocktails will also be available. Fee includes bar admission, one signature cocktail and unlimited bar bites (sidebar menu items not included). Tables and couch seating are also available by reservation ($400 minimum for a table and $1400 minimum for couch seating). $40; Saturday, 6 pm; 9500 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; Resys: 310.276.8500 or rikkajohnson@fourseasons.com

Watch U2, The Beatles, Journey, Bob Marley, Elton John, The Police, Queen, and The Rolling Stones during this al day event! Ok, they may not be the real deal, but they are pretty close. $30/General Admission, $60 (includes 10 beer passes) ; Saturday, 11am-10 pm; 27150 Bouquet Canyon Rd., Santa Clarita, CA 91350

Goodwill and Uber Team Up For Nationwide Mobile Donation Campaign
For one day, donating clothes will be even easier thanks to an innovative partnership between Goodwill Southern California (GSC) and the popular on demand transportation platform, Uber. Donors in the Los Angeles area can open the app and request a pickup for their donations to be delivered by Uber, directly to a local Goodwill, free of charge. The Details: all clothing must be bagged for drivers to accept donations; drivers will arrive at requested pickup locations. Donors are responsible for bringing bags outside, as drivers cannot leave their vehicles unattended; those who are able to donate on using Uber, will receive a follow up email early next week with tax receipt information; and for those who have already completed their spring cleaning and donations, or live in areas where Uber isn’t available, monetary donations can be made to Goodwill Southern California here. Saturday, 10 am-4 pm

Paris Photo Los Angeles
The Paris Photo Los Angeles, the third U.S. edition of this art fair featuring photography in The New York street backlot. Check out the presentation of cutting-edge solo shows, young gallery exhibitions, and bookseller stands. Exhibitors listed here and view the programming schedule, which includes book signings, conversations, and screenings, here. On Saturday at 3pm, visit the ARTBOOK | D.A.P. stand for a book launch and signing of Both Sides of Sunset: Photographing Los Angeles.  $20; Saturday, 11 am-7 pm, Sunday, 11 am-6 pm; Paramount Pictures Studios, 801 N Gower St., Los Angeles, CA 90038 (Nearby, Photo Independent opens at Raleigh Studios from 7-10 pm with a preview and party benefiting the Colburn School.)

The Santa Monica Museum of Art’s 11th annual benefit art sale will have over 700 artworks and it supports the museum’s free exhibitions and programming. All works are signed on the back and artists’ identities are revealed only after purchase. The party will feature food from Mud Hen Tavern, cocktails from The Macallan and Highland Park, and a DJ set by Eddie Ruscha. There will be a VIP preview and cocktail reception at 5 pm. $150+; Saturday, 7:30 pm; SMMoA, Bergamot Station G1, 2525 Michigan Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90404; 310.586.6488…On Sunday, 11 am-2 pm, they will host a second opportunity art sale and admission is free. 

Hamburger and Hops Music Festival
The producers of the legendary California Beer Festival are proud to bring back The 2nd Annual Hamburger & Hops Music Festival. This event will showcase the best hamburgers, cheeseburger & fusion burgers! Plus, taste hops from local craft breweries and enjoy live music. $10/General Admission, $45/VIP (Includes admission, VIP Lounge, (1) Burger from Burt’s Bad @ss Burgers, (1) souvenir beer glass and (5) 4-ounce samples of craft beer), $25/”Hops” Ticket: (Includes admission, (1) Souvenir Beer Glass and (1) 12-ounce craft beer); Saturday, 11 am-5:30 pm; The Collection at Riverpark, Park View Ct, Oxnard, CA 93036

ArcLight opens in Culver City
Westsiders rejoice! You no longer need to trek to Hollywood or even the valley to get to an ArcLight! Culver City’s got its own ArcLight opens today! Friday; 9500 Culver Blvd., Culver City, CA; 310.559.2416

Street Food Cinema: The Breakfast Club
Los Angeles night, food trucks, and a classic on the big screen. Head to Exposition Park this weekend as Street Food Cinema kicks off their fourth season and celebrates the 30th anniversary of cult classic, The Breakfast ClubSaturday, 5:30 pm; Exposition Park, 701 State Dr., Los Angeles 90037

Pancakes & Booze
Enjoy pancakes, beer, and bare flesh as it is slathered with paint. Yep, you heard right. There will also be Indie musicians and DJs. This art show started in 2009 and has grown to over 20 cities. $5/door; Saturday & Sunday, 8 pm-2 am; 613 Imperial St., Los Angeles, CA

For The Record: Dear John Hughes Hosts 80’s Prom Weekend
This weekend, For The Record: Dear John Hughes will host an 80’s Prom! The celebration that will include a custom photo booth and For The Record branded faux Ray-Ban sunglasses to take home. You are encouraged to dress in your best (or worst) prom inspired outfits and each night a Prom King and Queen will be crowned on stage and will be invited to join the cast as they perform the song ‘If You Leave’ and prom scene from the Hughes classic Sixteen Candles. The Prom King and Queen will win free drinks for themselves (up to $50 each) for the evening along with a free round of shots for the entire table. Throughout the evening, the Hughes-inspired Prom Punch Pitchers, Teenage Dream (Grey Goose Melon, White Wine, St-Germaine Elderflower, Orange Juice) and Nasty Soiree (Mezcal Tequila, Pomegranate syrup, fresh lime juice) will also be available for $42. After the show, mingle with the For The Record cast at West Hollywood’s Now Boarding, where $9 specialty cocktails will be available to anyone bringing in a ticket or playbill from the show. Plus, if you want to win two VIP tickets to a For The Record: Dear John Hughes show, dinner for two (up to $200) at any West Hollywood restaurant provided by Visit West Hollywood, with round trip Uber service to dinner and the show (up to $50), post your most embarrassing Prom or Yearbook photo to Instagram and Facebook with the hashtag #FTRprom for a chance to win! Tickets; Friday-Sunday, 7:30 pm;7969 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90046

Gates Plays at The Roxy
New Jersey based indie/post-rock band called Gates who recently released their new record, Bloom & Breathe are performing in West Hollywood at The Roxy. Gates formed in 2010 in New Brunswick, NJ. The five-piece band melds post-rock riffs with powerful alternative rock choruses and verses. The band has toured with acts like Prawn, Gifts from Enola, Frameworks, Have Mercy and The Gaslight Anthem. Their new record was produced by Mike Watts (The Dear Hunter, As Tall As Lions). You can check out their new video for “Low” here. Saturday; 9009 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069; 310.278.9457

Two-Star Michelin Chef Josiah Citrin will be joined by Diana Stavaridis, one of Los Angeles’ hottest executive chefs and Dustin Lewandowski who runs the show for the Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at MGM Grand, Las Vegas in celebrating “GrowingGreat’s” 16 years of empowering children to be healthy through various initiatives. These celebrity chefs will be showcasing their favorite spring recipes for healthy eating. Those lucky enough to attend will observe them cook, sample their creations and later have a full, locally sourced, farm-fresh family style dinner prepared by Tammy Lipps of The Ripe Choice with dessert provided by Stephanie Franz of The Strand House. The “Farm2Table” benefit, which starts at 5:30pm will take place at 72andSunny’s spectacular headquarters in Playa Vista. Kistler Vineyards and Flowers Vineyard & Winery will join Josiah during the VIP reception. $230; Saturday, 5:30 pm; 72andSunny, 12101 West Bluff Creek Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90094; 310.939.9911

Cycle House’s Block Party
Located in the Alley of Cycle House WeHo, they will start the weekend off right and kick off their second annual #50DaystoSummer Challenge with music, treats, cornhole, and cocktails by Veev! Plus, win killer swag you in the free raffle? Prizes from Burke Williams, Alfred Coffee, Dorothy Wang Collection, and more! Enjoy bites from Tender Greens, open bar, refreshing WTRMLN WTR, and Hair & Makeup touchups from the Glam App. Friday, 8 pm; 8511 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, CA 90069; 310.358.0888

exhale mind body spa
Spoil mom with a healthy wellness filled day. Packages include: Bring your mom to class for free when you take class together (Valid Sunday, May 3- Sunday, May 10; and 25% off spa when you and your mother spa together (Valid Sunday, May 3- Sunday, May 10, Cannot be combined with any other offer – only valid on 60-minute spa therapies, therapies must be received on the same day). Feel free to bring grandma, your great aunt Sally, or your motherly mentor. All locations.

Angel City Brewery’s 3rd Annual Heritage Music & Arts Festival
This epic Arts District party, Angel City’s Heritage Festival is the annual celebration of Los Angeles’ rich culture and many forms of artistry in the city. The day’s events, which run from 12-8pm, will include live music from Christian Lee Hutson, Mariachi Los Toros, Blackwater Jukebox and Bloodhounds; live performances from Olvera St. Aztec Dancers, Taiko Drum Center (Taiko Drumming & Dancing), Capoeira Brasil (Capoeira demonstrations), and Native American Hoop Dance Champion, Nanabah Keediniihii; live art from Cartwheel Art and UTI Crew; and food vendors including Border Grill, Kogi Truck, Philippe The Original, and Peaches Smokehouse. Angel City’s signature tribute to all that makes LA awesome wouldn’t be complete without nine beers on tap, including its flagship brews: Angel City IPA, Social IPA, Angel City Pilsner and Angel City West Coast Wheat. The event will also feature a bike valet hosted by the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition.  Anyone who presents their valet ticket will receive $1 off their first pint. Free; Sunday, 12-8 pm; 216 S Alameda St., Los Angeles, CA 90012; 213.622.1261

Join in s brunch and burn with Allison Hagendorf, where you will get a one-hour beach sweat session and post-workout feast in the Red Bull Dogtown Suite, with stunning views overlooking the Venice boardwalk. You will receive health coaching, a beach training session, goodies from Bulletproof Coffee and Beach House Creamery, Lorna Jane trunk show and a post-fitness meal curated by Allison and Chef Adam Steudle. Packed with protein, this month’s menu includes Chef Adam’s signature 64* Eggs, Duck Sausage Links, Potatoes, Chorizo Scrambled Eggs and a variety of fruit for balance. FIT TO FEAST is open to all fitness levels and encourages the sweet combo of calorie burning workouts and healthy eating in the heart of Venice Beach. $45; Saturday, 10 am-noon; 1697 Pacific Ave., Venice, CA 90291

Now Boarding Celebrates Lei Day
The vintage cocktail bar with its roots in the golden age of air travel, is teaming up with Maui Brand Natural Cane Sugars to throw a party in celebration of the annual Hawaiian holiday! Lei day was established as a holiday in the year of 1929 and continues to this day every May 1st with each island having a different type of lei that is used for the celebration and for its people to wear. Now Boarding co-owner and mixologist Will Figueroa will offer three different tropical cocktails using Maui Brand Natural Sugar Cane. There will also be leis, music, videos and much more to help transport patrons to the tropical island without leaving Los Angeles. Tropical Lei Day Cocktails ($10): Tongan Thumb made with Atlantico Rum, Goslings Dark Rum, Velvet Falernum, All Spice Dram, Maui Brand Natural Cane Sugars, lime, cream; the Lay Over made with Mt Gay Black Barrel, Bacardi 151, Maui Brand Natural Cane Sugars, lime, passion fruit, house made spicy bitters; and the Booze Cruise made with Mt Gay Black Barrel, Shellback Spiced Rum, coconut, pineapple, lime, Maui Brand Natural Cane Sugars, passion fruit Friday, 6-8 pm; 7746 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90046; 323.848.8447

May Day at Tiki No
May Day means Lei Day in Hawaii! This is when the kama’aina (residents) spread the essence of Aloha spirit through tradition and culture– exchanging of leis, song, and hula, all while “talking story.” This year, Tiki No embraces May Day is Lei Day with a tiki bar twist featuring complimentary leis and all-night $6 drinks such as: Hawaiian Punch made with vodka, Cruzan aged rum, Blue Curacao, pineapple, lemon, simple syrup; Chief Lapu Lapu made with dark rum of Jamaica, silver rum of St. Croix, orange juice, passion juice, and fresh lemon; and Pina Coladas made with silver rum of St. Croix, pineapple juice, cream of coconut, and fresh pineapple. Also enjoy Hawaiian nibbles from Aloha Fridays food truck, Hula Dancing, Hawaiian T-Shirt/Muumuu Contest (judged at midnight) with prizes including gift cards to sister establishment Firefly, Punch Bowls, and more. Friday; 4657 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91602; 818.766.0116

This nonprofit founded by Chip Wilson and his wife Shannon, helps Ethiopia become a more prosperous nation by setting a goal to provide all Ethiopians with access to quality education by 2030. They will be working with Danielle Beinstein and the Unplug Meditation Center for a 45 minute guided meditation on the theme of abundance with proceeds going to the charity. $50; Saturday; 12401 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 101; 310.826.8899

Crawl for a Cause bar Crawl
Taste of the Nation Los Angeles
is coming up on Sunday, June 7th in Culver City – to begin the celebration early, No Kid Hungry has teamed up with Ludlows Cocktail Co. for the Crawl for a Cause bar crawl. Each bar crawl ticket includes: choice of beer or wine + cheese tasting at Bar and Garden; grass fed hot dog, chips, and craft soda at Let’s Be Frank’s cart located at The Helms Bakery; Coolhaus Ice Cream Sandwich to-go while perusing Art Gallery Row; custom No Kid Hungry craft cocktails at The Mandrake; and special ticket pricing for event attendees who want to attend Taste of The Nation’s main event on June 7th in Los Angeles. $40; Saturday, 2-5 pm; 6142 W Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232

Del Frisco’s Grille Celebrates National Burger Month
Nosh on custom burgers in Santa Monica and the newly opened Pasadena locations through out May. In Santa Monica, Chef Daniel Tiger will feature the “Hipster Jam Burger,” which is inspired by culinary trends and regional flavors from the city’s Farmers Market. It’s a double patty with bacon-onion jam, Gruyere cheese and arugula, topped with a bun, or without if ordered “Cali style” ($18). Pasadena will feature the “Chile Verde Burger,” created with the help of his grandmother’s recipe for Chile Verde sauce. The burger includes Slow Braised Pork, Jack Cheese, Tobacco Onions and fresh Crema ($18). Both Del Frisco’s Grilles will be celebrating its namesake on National Burger Day, May 28, offering free Burgers to those with the initials D.F.G. (or any combo of, with proof of ID). May 1-31; Santa Monica, 1551 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90401; Pasadena, 55 S Lake Ave., Pasadena, CA 91101

Barnsdall Art Park’s Champagne and Croquet Spring Fundraiser
Join in an unforgettable afternoon of fun and games on the west lawn of Frank Lloyd Wright’s famed Hollyhock House, which recently reopened to the public following an extensive restoration. Grammy-nominated band The California Feetwarmers and DJ Ed Mattiuzzi will provide music. Enjoy a 3-flight sparkling wine tasting by famed Silverlake Wine, croquet games by the Pasadena Croquet Association, Say Cheese will be offering an array of picnic baskets, available for pre-order, the Oyster Gourmet bringing its refreshing and flavorful selection of the delicious mollusk, and brunch will be available from food trucks, Postcards Caribbean and Coolhaus. You can also bring your own picnic and blanket. $40, $5/kids; Sunday, 11 am-3 pm; 4800 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90027

The Springs LA’s Temple Days
The Springs LA will be hosting Lighting In A Bottle’s pre-party and retreat, Temple Days including Yoga, speakers, workshops, music, dance, and food. This 12-hour retreat held at The Springs in DTLA will include powerful discussions, healing yoga sessions, delicious raw, vegan cuisine, and more. $45; Sunday, 11 am-11 pm; 608 Mateo St., Los Angeles, CA 90021

Pitchoun! Opens
This artisan bakery is nestled in the heart DTLA. From freshly-baked breads and housemade pastries to delicious soups and salads, everything is prepared from scratch on site using family recipes in a state-of-the-art bakery. Pitchoun!’s design is traditional yet modern, with large glass windows, sustainably crafted chairs imported from France, wine barrels repurposed into tables, a large fireplace and an assortment of 100+ French books on shelves for on-site reading. Born to a family of bakers and wheat farmers in the Southwest of France, Co-owner Frédéric Soulies’ love for cooking was instilled at a young age. The menu features baguettes and croissants, Merveilles, Pan Bagnat, Kouign-Amann and Tarte Tropézienne. In addition to pastries, the menu features salads like the Monaco with Prosciutto, cantaloupe, peas, tomatoes, Mozzarella, arugula, Pistou Vinaigrette and vegan carpaccio, with a selection of veggies, lemon, Parmesan and olive oil. Also on the menu are hot and cold sandwiches and a French hot dog with Frankfurt Sausage, Dijon mustard, and puff pastry. Other items include a variety of Tartines, Verrines, such as Clafoutis with Crème Brulée, Flan Caramel, Pot de Crème, Riz au Lait and Semolina Cake. 545 S Olive St., Los Angeles, CA; 213.689.3240

Concours d’Elegance
Check out vintage automobiles and motorcycles, plus a marketplace, gourmet food and beverages and access to historic Greystone Park & Mansion interior and grounds (went there last week…pretty awesome). $125, under 10 free; Sunday, 10 am–4 pm; Parking at First Credit Bank Building, 9255 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood. Greystone Park & Mansion, 905 Loma Vista Dr., Beverly Hills, 310.285.6830

Dance the Night Away at NHM First Fridays
Enjoy the KCRW DJ Lounge with Raul Campos and DJ Panamami; Behind-the-Scenes Tour:  Finding L.A.’s Hidden Wildlife One Photo at a Time with Lila Higgins, Manager of NHM Citizen Science; Discussion: Covalent and Ionic Bonding; and Conversation: Science Salon. Friday, 5 – 10 pm; 900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, 90007

FIN Asian Tapas Bar’s New Spring Menu
Offering fresh and flavorful plates that are perfect for sharing, the menu is broken up by cold dishes, hot dishes from the sea, hot dishes from the land, rolls, side dishes and salads. Under cold dishes you’ll find sashimi, ceviche, tuna tartare and one-of-a-kind tacos like the Jicama Fish Tacos with Asian Slaw, made of hand-breaded Basa Sole wrapped in a crisp-cut Jicama taco shell and topped with Asian coleslaw and a kiss of chipotle. Hot Dishes from the Sea include Seared Kiwi Scallops and the Miso Glazed Black Cod. Hot Dishes from the Land include Pepper Encrusted Filet Mignon with Truffle Mash Potato and Plum Reduction Wine Sauce is decadent and the truffle mash potatoes. Desserts include locally baked Brownies from Hot Cakes Bakery with Black Sesame Ice Cream, Cheesecake with Strawberry Sauce and a selection of traditional Mochi. Cocktails include the Shiso Rockin, made with Rock sake, vodka, lime juice, muddled cucumber and shiso, and the Drunken Sumo, made with tequila, jalapeño, lime juice and agave. 12223 W Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90066; 310.398.8611

Bouchon’Sunday Supper
They are rolling out a dinner series with a limited menu with family-style offerings. The Mother’s Day Sunday Supper menu includes pot roasted Guinea hen, asparagus, bacon and onions, and soft polenta. $30, $15/kids under 12; Sunday; 235 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; 310.271.9910

The Little Door Santa Monica Serves Brunch
Order up Mediterranean inspired cooking with SoCal’s best seasonal produce from Executive Chef T. Nicolas Peter, along with handcrafted cocktails from Bar Manager Michael Gannon. The menu will include items like Waffle and Seasonal Berries; Breakfast Basket including Pain au Chocolate, Butter Croissant, and Almond Croissan; Roasted Baby Artichokes Omelet, Seared Foie Gras, Poached Eggs, Fingerling Potato Frites, and Green Lentils; Duck Confit Hash, Poached Eggs, Green Peppercorn Hollandaise; Moroccan Crab Cake Benedict with Harissa and Preserved Lemon Hollandaise; Smoked Salmon and Mini Waffles; an Assorted Charcuteries Platter. Also enjoy cocktails by Michael Gannon like Bellinis, Mimosas, Bloody Marys, and Micheladas, as well as seasonal signatures like The Little Door Derby (Smashed Lemon, Honey & Elijah Craig Bourbon) and house made Strawberry Lemonade with farmers market strawberries and Beluga vodka. Saturday & Sunday, 10 am–2 pm; 246 26th St., Santa Monica, CA 90402

Ox & Son Serves Brunch
Chef Brad Miller is introducing a new weekend brunch, just in time for summer. Ox & Son brings modern American cuisine using creative flavors and seasonal ingredients. The brunch menu will feature oystas, Chocolate Bacon Bourbon Pancakes, Smoked Salmon Rillette Jar, Tomato Braised Eggs & Chick Peas, Grilled Cheese & Caramelized Onion, Chicken Fried Duck Confit Sandwich, Kimchi White Cheddar Omelet, and Banh Mi Breakfast Bowl. Cocktails include a Mulberry Bellini, Blood Orange Mimosa, and Red Grapefruit Sangria. Saturday & Sunday; 10:30 am–2:30 pm; 1534 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403; 310.829.3990

Freddy Smalls Does Brunch
Order up chef Evan Colter’s menu include eggplant and avocado toast, eggs in purgatory with spicy San Marzano tomatoes and pepperonata, and chicken parmesan sandwich. Brunch cocktails include the café macchiato with bourbon, Galliano ristretto, and coffee-infused Cynar; and the Italian stallion with vodka, hickory smoke, horseradish, and togarashi salt. Saturday & Sunday, 10 am-3;30 pm; 11520 W Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064; 310.479.3000

Ramon Pop-Up
Chef Jesse Barber isn’t waiting for the opening of his new locally driven restaurant and retail concept Dudley Market this May to get back into the kitchen. You can find Chef Barber at Japanese Knife Imports on Sunday, May 3rd creating one of his favorite dishes – ramen.  Order u spot prawn or chicken miso. Please see additional details about this one night only pop-up below and e-mail info@dudleymarket.com to make your reservation. $22; Sunday; 8642 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211

Dominick’s Ojai Pop-Up
West Hollywood’s iconic rat pack hangout is taking their Italian American cuisine north for an Ojai pop up at local store Tipple & Ramble. Executive Chef and owner Brandon Boudet, will serve a 4-course dinner that will have the Ojai community begging for more. The menu will include: Pastrami cured Alaskan Halibut; Ricotta & Egg Gnocchi; Grilled Rancho San Julian Beef Meatball; Breton Butter Cake. $45 ($75 with wine pairing); Friday, seatings at 6 pm and 8 pm; 315 N Montgomery St., Ojai, CA 93023

Sweet Rose Creamery Pop-Up
The Montana Ave branch of Caffe Luxxe is hosting this pop-up. The European-inspired coffee house with serve complimentary espresso with each scoop of ice cream to make DIY affogatos. Coffee? Icr Cream? Yes, Please! Saturday, 2-6 pm; 925 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403; 310.394.2222

Ripley Rader Pop-UP
The queen of the jumpsuits is opening up her loft for a one-day shopping party this weekend filled with her latest collection of ’70s-inspired onesies and more. Shop the designer’s spring/summer 15 range of locally-made retro jumpsuits and ready-to-wear separates ($80-425). In addition to enjoying free bubbly and bites, and enjoy 10% off your purchase. Saturday, 10 am-4 pm; 2241 N Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90068

Decades Pop-Up at Curve
Shop curated vintage designer pieces for three-days-only. Cameron Silver and Christos Garkinos, co-owners of Decades and Nevena Borissova, founder/creator of CURVE have hand selected pieces from Decades vault of fashion flashbacks. Shop vintage pieces from Alaia, Halston, Chanel, Pucci and Versace. The event will also include a special selection of previously unworn samples and pristine pieces of Jean-Paul Gaultier’s iconic designs from the 1990s. The event’s hosts will be on hand during the pop-up’s kick off cocktail reception on Friday to help you in picking out your designer duds. Friday, 10 am-6 pm; cocktails 3-7 pm.; Saturday 10 am-7 pm; Sunday 11 am-5 pm; Curve at The Malibu Country Mart, 3835 Cross Creek Rd.,

Oakley‘s Pop Up
Head over to this space on Melrose called Oakley in Residence. The pop-up is a combo of see/shop/skate trifecta, offering a gallery, a custom eyewear station, and a skate park. Today, LA skate photographer Atiba Jefferson in celebrating the opening night of his week-long exhibition and activities that salute the heritage of photography within skate culture. Open Monday-Sunday, 11 am-8 pm (the skate park is open Wednesday-Sunday, 11 am-7:30 pm; Through Sunday, May 10th; 7763 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046

Vintage Fashion Expo
The Vintage Fashion Expo invades out city this weekend with plenty of ways to restock your retro wardrobe. The marketplaces promises over 150 vendors specializing in clothing, accessories, jewelry, and wares from the 18th century to the ’90s. Saturday, 10:30 am-6 pm, Sunday, 11 am-5 pm; 1933 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90007


Rachel Comey
Check out her very first West Coast sample sale at CNTRL studios in DTLA. The blowout will feature up to 70% off on Comey’s fall/winter 2014 clothing, plus special deals. Friday, 10 am-7 pm, Saturday, 10 am-6 pm; 836 Traction Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Billabong, Element
Get major discounts on women’s and men’s apparel, accessories, swimwear, and more from surf-inspired label Billabong and skate-minded brand Element. Friday-Sunday, 9 am-7 pm; 16700 Red Hill Ave., Irvine, CA 92606

Cerre, Assembly NY, THVM, and Raquel Allegra
Enjoy up to 70% off apparel from Cerre, Assembly NY, THVM, and Raquel Allegra; footwear from LD Tuttle; vintage clothing from Scout; and more during Cerre Project Space’s sample sale. Friday & Saturday, 11 am-6 pm; 801 Mateo St., Los Angeles, CA 90021

Get deep discounts during the LA label’s private sample sale, which is expected to take place at its previous location. Saturday; 409 West Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90015

H. Lorenzo
Score 70% off apparel from Junya Watanabe, Comme des Garcons, Haider Ackermann, and other brands during the edgy retailer’s semi-annual tent sale. Through Wednesday, May 6th; Sunset Plaza, 8660 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069

Scotch & Soda
Snag women’s and men’s apparel and accessories from the Amsterdam-based brand’s fall/winter ’14 and spring/summer ’15 collections for $10-150. Friday & Saturday, 9:30 am-5 pm; 860 S Los Angeles St., Los Angeles, CA 90014

Shades of Grey
Get up to 85% off the LA brand’s minimalist-cool clothing for men and women during the two-day sample sale in DTLA’s Arts District. Saturday & Sunday, 11 am-5 pm; 1820 Industrial St., Los Angeles, CA 90021; 213.281.8300

Diane’s Beachwear
Snag swimwear and beach-ready apparel from brands like L*Space, Beach Riot, Mikoh, Seafolly, and much more starting at $5 (plus buy 2 get 1 free) during the two-day warehouse sale. No try-ons or bags are allowed. Saturday & Sunday, 7 am-5 pm; 2401 W 208th St., Torrance, CA 90501

Lust, Covet, Desire
Shop Lust Covet Desire‘s past season inventory of brands like Parabellum, Gabriela Artigas, Won Hundred, and more for up to 90% off; jewelry from celeb-faved brand TOMTOM for $1 and up; and LA luxury label Wal and Pai‘s edgy-cool footwear during the three-day pop-up shop and sample sale. Friday-Sunday; 1306 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, CA 90291

Melie Bianco
Get the LA handbag brand’s clutches, totes, satchels, and more for 80-95% off (with nothing over $30) during its cash-only sample sale. Saturday, 9 am-12 pm; 9545 Brasher St., Pico Rivera, CA 90660

Mink Pink
Head to the Cooper Design Space for major deals on the cult-fave Aussie brand’s tops, bottoms, dresses, and more during the sample sale. Saturday, 10 am-4 pm; 860 S Los Angeles St., Suite 326, Los Angeles, CA 90014; 213.627.3754

Junk Food Clothing
Get deep discounts on men’s, women’s, and children’s apparel during the basics brand’s cash-only sale in Culver City. Friday, 10 am-4 pm; 5770 W Jefferson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90016

ZooShoo‘s Third-annual Warehouse Sale
The event will feature statement styles from Dolce Vita, YRU, Steve Madden, Chinese Laundry, Soda, and more for $20 and under. In addition to shopping more than 500 styles of shoes, clothing, and accessories, the sale will also feature food trucks, coffee, music, and giveaways. You can also meet the teams behind ZooShoo, YRU, and Gypsum Crew. Saturday; 13881 Redwood Ave., Chino, CA 91710




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