Westwood’s ULAH to open women’s clothing shop LUNA in fall 2021

LUNA by ULAH owners

LUNA by ULAH, a women’s edition of the Westwood apparel shop that opened in 2016, is shifting in two doorways down from ULAH by slide 2021. Co-homeowners Joey Mendez (center) and Buck Wimberly (appropriate) brought on Elise Alexander (remaining) to enable with the women’s store. Photo courtesy ULAH.

ULAH, a men’s apparel and life-style retail store at Woodside Village in Westwood, is setting up to open up a new business enterprise geared towards females in fall 2021.

To be located two doorways down from the men’s shop, LUNA by ULAH has been in the functions for at least a yr, co-owner Joey Mendez said. He and ULAH co-proprietor Buck Wimberly realized they’d need aid, which is why they made the decision to workforce up with Elise Alexander, one particular of Wimberly’s inside style clientele, on opening the new store.

Though it is a women’s clothes store, LUNA house owners want it to be an inclusive area for all genders — and it will enhance ULAH, according to a push launch.

“It will have a equivalent vibe to [ULAH],” Mendez mentioned. “We want it to be quite welcoming and [not] overwhelming. Our dollars sign-up will be an precise bar, so you can sit down right after you’ve shopped and rest even though being rung up.”

LUNA intends to be a center ground involving trendy, decrease-priced shops and substantial-conclusion boutiques, Mendez mentioned, and it will aspect some ULAH models like Sol Angeles and Native Youth. Some objects buyers can anticipate to see involve activewear and loungewear, items and accessories, and residence goods.

Mendez stated he and Wimberly have been asked — due to the fact ULAH opened in 2016 — to do a women’s variation of the keep. Now, Mendez explained, LUNA will not only aid ULAH, but it will also aid Woodside Village.

“[LUNA by ULAH] will support set up Woodside Village as a browsing desired destination the place you can grab joyful hour at Blue Sushi or a coffee at the Roasterie and then come shop,” Mendez claimed.