Published on July 20th, 2022 | by Dr. Jerry Doby


Streetwear Brand Sprayground Announces Back to School Pop Up in Los Angeles

Get ready for back to school with Sprayground! The world’s most influential streetwear and artistic fashion brand is hosting an epic pop-up shop in Los Angeles showcasing its most anticipated Back to School collection!  Head on down to experience the immersive shopping experience for yourself!

Who: Sprayground

Where: 712 N. Fairfax Avenue

When: Sunday, July 24 to Tuesday, August 2 from 10:00 AM- 9:00 PM. (Closed Saturday 30)

What: Visitors can participate in an exciting in-store experience between 10 am-9 pm. This includes live music, delicious food from Pink n’ Bougie LA, Pink’s Hot Dog’s Compton Vegan, Dave’s Hot Chicken, Randy’s Donuts, daily in-store activations including dunk contests, breakdance battles, lowrider car show, and more!

Sprayground is known for always pushing boundaries and turning the mundane into the insane, so you know it’s going to be lit!

About Sprayground:

In 2010, fashion designer and creative visionary David BenDavid reinvented the backpack with his emblematic design “Hello My Name Is”, creating the blueprint for what 12 years later became the world’s most influential streetwear superbrand. What began as well-made backpacks with eye-catching designs quickly grew into one of the most iconic fashion houses founded in the twenty-first century. Today the bags are seen globally in over 30 countries with over 20 INTL Distributors with pop-up Locations in the USA and Brick & Mortar stores in Shanghai and Beijing. Their pieces are coveted among the mega-stars like Beyoncé, Rihanna, Kendall Jenner, Snoop Dogg, Paris Hilton, Shaquille O’Neal, Rich The Kid, Meghan Thee Stallion, Saweetie and more!

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