Your Guide to Sunday

This Sunday, like all Sundays, is about relaxing and having fun.

Bring the family and friends along for the ride for a day of shopping, food, or wellness, or venture out after dark for one a multi-sensory tasting or one last late night art and design party to close the weekend out in epic style.

Hawkins New York x ROW DTLA

Hawkins New York x ROW DTLA

Sunday Talks

Get an early start at ROW DTLA and stop by for titillating talks with Australian designer Sarah Ellison who is launching new products at Hawkins New York, and Grid 110 talking about the Future of Femtech. KCRW’s Design and Architecture host Frances Anderton sits down with City of LA’s Chief Sustainability Officer Lauren Faber to talk about LA’s Green New Deal that was just recently announced, and what that really means for Angelenos. Not to mention a conversation about the brave new world of consumer experience design.

Smorgasburg LA x ROW DTLA

Smorgasburg LA x ROW DTLA

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Sunday Family Fun

Stop by for a popular workshop with Concrete Geometric or make a desert terrarium with Krystal Chang Projects, stay for hang in the Nico & Yeye pop-up shop, then stroll on over to Smorgasburg for some instagrammable nosh. Westsiders, head over to Helms Bakery District for a full day of wellness programs and shopping and more. Also don’t forget to hit up Bend Goods for the last day of the first-ever Goods Market where you can shop a great selection of LA makers and designers.

Graf + Lantz, featured at The Goods Market x Bend

Graf + Lantz, featured at The Goods Market x Bend

Sunday After Hours

It’s summer…you can stay out late! Start the evening with a multi-sensory experience. Tea Leaves returns with the next installment of their experimental exploration of the senses with a screening of their new documentary “Color in Sight” and stay to tipple their tasty tea-tails. Then head over to Chinatown for our closing night party with Dopium LA….the LA Design Festival Experience. Hosted at La Plaza Village, a new development that stands at the intersection of downtown LA and Chinatown, Dopium LA is upping the ante on last year’s performance, including more artists, more spaces, and even some robotics.

Dopium LA

Dopium LA

Haily Zaki