Daft Punk’s West Hollywood Pop-Up Shop Has Fans Lining Up Around the Block

Daft Punk fans waited in line on Saturday, Feb. 11, for the French dance music duo's first-ever pop-up shop at Maxfield in West Hollywood. Spirits were high as people sporting Daft Punk clothing and even tattoos waited hours in a line that stretched around the corner of Melrose and Robinson and down several blocks. Inside the store were props, wardrobe items, instruments, artwork, photographs and other pieces not before seen. The pop-up runs through Feb. 19 at 8818 Melrose Avenue, across from Maxfield's main location. All photos by Brian Feinzimer.

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