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Gallery La La: Online Boutique - Round 2

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Online shopping for unique products made easy through our curated marketplace - In 2007 Sulimon Balogun transformed a Brooklyn restaurant’s basement into an exhibition space, naming it Gallery La La; here we managed and sold work by local visual artists. After the restaurant closed down we continued to use the name Gallery La La for popup events, which represented a select group of independent fashion designers as well as visual artists. By 2013 we had acquired a storefront building in New York’s SoHo neighborhood. After recognizing the industry shift to digital experie

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Online shopping for unique products made easy through our curated marketplace - In 2007 Sulimon Balogun transformed a Brooklyn restaurant’s basement into an exhibition space, naming it Gallery La La; here we managed and sold work by local visual artists. After the restaurant closed down we continued to use the name Gallery La La for popup events, which represented a select group of independent fashion designers as well as visual artists. By 2013 we had acquired a storefront building in New York’s SoHo neighborhood. After recognizing the industry shift to digital experie
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