Founded by Kitty Medina, a visual merchandiser with a love of travel, the concept is loosely planned fun that touches various aspects of Southern Californian life. Recently Camp’d Out took over Boulder’s Hideaway in Joshua Tree for a fully realized example of what the brand can do. The experience featured large tents decked out with Loomstead Bedding sheets and Happy Habitat throws, Health-Ade to take on hikes, and Nomadica wines to sip on upon return. Camp’d Out taps into the buzzy, bringing it all to one place just left of the middle of nowhere for a short stint.
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