Brandless, the e-Commerce retailer that offers everyday essential products for $3, will host its first pop-up shop in Los Angeles from May 1 to May 13, 2018. The 3,500-square-foot space, called “Pop-Up with Purpose,” is located in West Hollywood at 8483 Melrose Avenue.
The pop-up won’t actually sell any Brandless products, but it will keep some on display and offer select samples to consumers throughout the event. The space is designed to present a real-life embodiment of the #BrandlessLife community through live and online streamed content available nationally.
At the #BrandlessLife Pop-up with Purpose, guests can attend panels, workshops and movement sessions centered on the theme of “living with meaning,” all while connecting with other community members. Guests can access the schedule of events and purchase tickets to the panels and workshops on experience.brandless.com. Shoppers who purchase tickets and attend will receive a curated Brandless goodie bag packed with product.
“When we launched Brandless, we wanted to create an authentic new kind of relationship between people and the companies built to serve them,” said Tina Sharkey, Brandless Co-Founder and CEO in a statement. “We wanted to fix a broken system and show people that everyone deserves better, and that better doesn’t need to cost more. The #BrandlessLife Pop-up with Purpose is an offline extension of our online mission, connecting and highlighting our community by putting a spotlight on them and sharing the ways we make each other kinder, healthier and more resilient.”
In partnership with Feeding America, Brandless will donate 10 meals on behalf of each person who buys a ticket to the pop-up during the two-week event, in addition to three meals every time a community member tags @brandlesslife and #brandlesslife on social media, and 5,000 meals in honor of every speaker at its event.