The chic, minimalist womenswear of local brand Faircloth & Supply comes from Phoebe Dahl, whose last name may sound familiar—the LA designer undoubtedly inherited at least a pinch of her artistic prowess from her grandfather, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory author Roald Dahl. Regardless of Phoebe Dahl's hallowed lineage, Faircloth & Supply is a genius creation in its own right. This fall, thumb through vintage-inspired, handcrafted apparel at the brand's Silver Lake pop-up shop (3112 W Sunset Blvd). The temporary boutique will feature pastel-colored summer styles (at discounted prices), which the designer will hand-dye and monogram on site if a patron wishes to give her piece an autumnal update. What's more? For every garment sold, Faircloth & Supply will donate a school uniform to a girl in Nepal. Intrigued enough yet? The pop-up lasts through October 3.