Pop-up shops have become such a fun part of Los Angeles culture. They happen all year round and provide some very unique shopping, entertainment and dining experiences. We always look forward to LA’s pop-up shops around the holiday season. Whether the pop-ups have a holiday theme or just provide some inspiring gift ideas, it’s always interesting to see what comes to town.

Here some of LA’s best holiday pop-up shops:

Netflix at The Grove
Open Through January 6

Netflix has created an entertainment culture all its own with so many hit shows and movies. To celebrate the streaming service’s popularity, they have opened up an immersive pop-up shop at The Grove. You’ll find some rare items inspired by their most popular shows like Stranger Things, Bridgerton and Squid Game, as well as interactive experiences. The pop-up already boasts 10,000 square feet of space, and they will be adding a second floor in December. Learn more.

Kenzo Bouquet at Maxfield L.A.
Open Through December 4

It’s not too late to check out this colorful fashion pop-up before it closes soon. The Kenzo Bouquet installation is the first one on the West Coast from this cult-favorite French label. The pop-up features items from Nigo’s Fall/Winter 2022 collection, with beautiful clothing and accessories for men and women. They are also displaying rare and historic prints from the Kenzo archives. Learn more.

Set Active on Melrose
Open Until Late 2023

Set Active has taken the world by storm with its line of activewear endorsed by many infuencers. They are opening their first-ever retail pop-up shop on Melrose Avenue, and it will be open for a full year. The 640 square foot store will preview their 2023 collection, while offering exclusive merchandise and special in-store drops throughout the year. This is going to be a popular place for holiday shopping this year! Learn more.

Blitzen’s Holiday Bar
Open Through January 1

Blitzen’s has become one of LA’s favorite pop-up holiday bars. They offer specialty cocktails with a seasonal flair in a festive Christmas environment. They also serve delicious traditional tamales and latkes. The bar will be open at 300 S. Santa Fe Avenue, Tuesdays through Sundays until New Year’s Day. Learn more.

A Current Affair at the Downtown Fashion District
December 10-11

A Current Affair is a pop-up vintage marketplace, which is returning to the LA scene this December for the first time in three years. Anyone who loves vintage clothing, jewelry and accessories will not want to miss this two-day shopping event. It’s a wonderful opportunity to find design inspiration and for holiday shopping. Learn more.