The pop-up kicked off on Saturday and runs through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at 441 N. Fairfax Ave.
West’s collaborator Ian Connor posted images of the interior, which features “no more parties in L.A.” in red letters emblazoned across a white wall.
The musician and designer’s store sells T-shirts, bomber jackets and sweatshirts associated with his new album. Prices range from $45 for a hat to $400 for a Pablo vintage jean jacket.
Speaking to Footwear News, Fernano Casas, a 19-year-old customer who lined up outside the store at 1 a.m., said there were around 50 people already in line by the time he got there, adding that the first person in line received a free T-shirt.
The “Pablo” pop-up in New York sold $1 million in merchandise in two days when it opened in March, West said.