THE SHOWROOM


3559 1/2 W. Casitas Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90039

By Appointment Only
Monday-Friday 10am-5pm
323.928.2161

The Kalon showroom, located in the Atwater Village neighborhood of Los Angeles, will be open by appointment 10am – 5pm Monday through Friday. Events, workshops, and panels highlighting the greater LA creative community, kindred makers from other cities, and subjects important to Kalon’s practice will take place on site.

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EVENTS AT THE SHOWROOM

Events, workshops, and panels highlighting the greater LA creative community, kindred makers, and subjects important to Kalon’s practice will take place on site. Send us a note with any questions or for programming and partnership opportunities. Check back for new and upcoming events.

 

Open Studio & Sample Sale

Our first ever Open Studio Saturday. To celebrate, we’re hosting a sample sale — featuring Kalon favorites, rare one-offs, and samples, alongside objects curated by @honeyedfigs. This is extremely rare around these parts, so don’t miss it!

3559 1/2 W. Casitas Avenue
Saturday, February 5
10am-4pm

Past: Rachel Craven Holiday Trunk Show

Rachel Craven designs minimal silhouettes for all bodies at her studio in Glendale, California. She founded her namesake line with the goal of creating simple and elegant clothing that offers all bodies freedom of movement and expression. The Holiday Trunk show will feature this year’s holiday line featuring sensuous sumac linen, grounding earth green Japanese wool, soft fabrics, and generous hues chosen for their grace and depth. Find elegant wool coats, luxurious silk dresses, and Craven’s timeless high quality linen.

Past: Korean Bojagi Workshop with Nossi Bojagi

The Korean textile technique of Bojagi has played an important role in Korean culture for centuries. Utilizing square pieces of cloth skillfully constructed from a variety of fabrics, these beautifully functional items were a means of self-expression as well as an integral part of everyday life. Today, Bojagi is a thoughtful way to lessen our environmental impact during a season of gifting.

Guided by Ellen of Nossi Bojagi, attendees will pick from a special edit of environmentally-conscious fabrics and learn 5 different wrapping and knot applications, with the option to bring personal items or gifts to wrap. A special offering of Korean teas by Kioh Tea will be available.