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A look behind the scenes

By Founder, CEO, & Designer Julie Pinzur

Bags, Apparel, & Accessories Made in Los Angeles

  • Writer's pictureJulie Pinzur

Get ready to score big with Mokuyobi's highly anticipated online sample sale, kicking off this Saturday, March 16 at 10 AM Pacific! We're offering incredible discounts of up to 85% off on our versatile bags, stylish apparel, and rad accessories. This is your chance to snag some of our most coveted items at unbeatable prices.

Here's a sneak peek at what you can expect:

  • Color Block Tees: Originally $58, now just $30!

  • Zap Overalls: Originally $186, now only $100!

  • Slightly damaged Mini Atlas Backpacks: Originally $124, now discounted to $60!

  • Puff Crew Sweatshirts: Originally priced at $84, now available for just $40!

  • Graphic Tees: Originally $56, now slashed to $20!

  • Zap Long Sleeve Tees: Previously $66, now marked down to $40!

  • Graphic Rugby Sweatshirts: Originally $164, now on sale for $86!

  • Slightly Damaged Camp Bags: Fully functional and discounted from $268 to just $150!

  • Zap Denim Jackets: Grab them for $100, down from $174!

And that's just the beginning! With a wide range of products available, including slightly damaged items that are still perfectly functional, there's something for everyone at this epic sale.

Set your alarms and join us at this Saturday at 10 AM Pacific Time to secure your favorite pieces before they're gone. Don't miss out on this opportunity to score big savings on your favorite Mokuyobi items!

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  • Writer's pictureJulie Pinzur

Save the date for our once a year in-person Sample Sale! We will be transitioning our Atwater Village store to a Sample Sale-apalooza space with access to some absolutely crazy deals on bags, apparel & accessories with samples, misprints, damages, and more!

Saturday, March 9th, and Sunday, March 10th from 10am-7:30pm both days. Our Sample Sale offering is a wild assortment of fun & unusual things at great prices. You never know what you'll find! If you want first dibs be sure to come early and get in line. We have tons of styles at great prices! RSVP here!

This event takes place at our Atwater Village store, so please be sure to enter the correct address when you head our way: 3189 Glendale Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90039. This event is FREE and open to the public. Dogs and children are welcome. Bring your friends and family! Street parking is available.

For our non-local fans, don't fret! Our Online Sample Sale goes live the following week: Saturday, March 16th at 10am Pacific with the same huge deals on tons of items. Be sure to pop on at 10am sharp to grab your picks

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  • Writer's pictureJulie Pinzur

Step into style with our latest collection of button-up shirts, each featuring a one-of-a-kind paint stamp design, meticulously crafted in Los Angeles. Our downtown factory is a hub of creativity, where skilled artisans hand-stamp each shirt with precision and care, creating a unique garment that can't be replicated.

Cut and sewn right here in Los Angeles, these shirts exemplify quality craftsmanship and attention to detail. We take pride in our garment dyeing process, which adds depth and character to every piece.

Our hand-painted stamp shirts come in sizes ranging from Mini to 4XL, ensuring a perfect fit for everyone. Whether you prefer a snug silhouette or an oversized look, we've got you covered. This silhouette is designed to be an oversized vacation-vibe shirt, so size down if you're looking for a fitted look.

For a coordinated ensemble, pair your hand-painted stamp shirt with our matching denim jeans. Each design, Snazzberry, Big Dog, Wobble, and Neon Lines features complementary paint-stamped patterns, allowing you to create your own unique style statement.

Complete with large candy buttons and crafted from 100% cotton, our shirts are as comfortable as they are stylish. Whether you're dressing up for a night out or keeping it casual for a day of errands, these shirts are a style staple. Shop the collection today!

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