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Adrian Grenier Opens a Green Pop-Up Shop in Los Angeles

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This past weekend, SHFT partners Adrian Grenier and Peter Glatzer opened a pop-up shop at a gallery space in Los Angeles to showcase their ideas on how to live a more sustainably. The shop, located on La Brea Avenue, will be open to the public until this Thursday, October 27.

The gallery space includes a curated selection of everything from art to water bottles and some of the duo’s favorites from their website.

If you haven’t checked out SHFT online yet, make sure to head on over there. In a recent interview, Grenier explained to the Huffington Post, “It’s really where sustainability meets art and culture. It’s how we want to live. So it’s got to look good, we have to want it. It has to speak to us. So we try to tell the stories of products that are sustainable and meet an artistic aesthetic as well.”

SHFT’s pop-up shop is open this week from 11am – 3pm. Are you in the LA area and have stopped by to check it out? We want to hear from you!

Via: The Huffington Post

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