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Own a Piece of History: Kim Gordon's Closet Sale in Los Angeles

by Nkem Emefiele

When you think of Kim Gordon, the words "Fashion Icon" and "Grunge Pioneer" naturally come to mind. 

Her rock 'n' roll lifestyle has seamlessly blended with her distinctive clothing choices, creating a unique and iconic fashion legacy. 

Tomorrow (Sunday, August 27th), an extraordinary opportunity awaits fashion enthusiasts as Kim Gordon opens her closet for a limited collection sale at, 3021 Rowena Ave, Los Angeles.

“The early bird catches the worm” at this exclusive event, which runs from 10AM to 2PM. 

With a carefully curated selection of pieces, Kim Gordon offers a glimpse into her fashion evolution - from fringed skirts in the 1980s to graphic tees, oversized blazers, and signature chokers, she’s rocked it all. 

Kim's passion for music and fashion is evident in every piece she creates. 

Known for her abstract designs and attention to detail, she infuses her creations with the same energy and creativity that fuels her music. 

The announcement of the sale, delivered via Instagram on August 20th, sent waves of excitement through her followers. Comments flooded in, expressing eagerness and even humorous anxieties about potential wardrobe battles.

Notably, Kim's proceeds from the sale will be donated to the Downtown Women's Center, emphasizing her commitment to empowering women. 

This event isn't just a chance to own a piece of fashion history; it's an opportunity to contribute to a meaningful cause.

DJ Andie will provide the tunes, There Will Be Coffee will fuel the crowd with coffee, and Sneaky Vegan Bakery will provide delectable pastries. 

With Venmo as the sole payment method, attendees can focus on exploring the collection.

For fashion aficionados, Kim Gordon's closet sale is a dream come true. From abstract masterpieces to iconic stage outfits, attendees can expect a diverse array of styles. 

As someone who has collaborated with high-end brands, there's a chance that some of her designer acquisitions will also make an appearance.

So, if you’re in LA, mark your calendars for Sunday, August 27th - don't miss out!

Edited by Emily Duff

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