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Santa Monica Place Partners with Hulu for “Love, Victor” 

Photo Activation in Honor of Pride Month and LGBTQIA+ Community June 11-13, 2021



Santa Monica Place and Hulu will present a special photoactivation in honor of Pride Month and the Season 2 premiere of the Hulu Original Series “Love, Victor,” which will be available on the platform beginning June 11. From June 11-13, a colorful, bold iridescent closet will be on display in Santa Monica Place’s Center Plaza, where visitors can shine, shimmer, and express themselves by taking photos, videos, or boomerangs as they open the activation’s doors. The “Love, Victor” photoactivation is meant to inspire visitors to reflect on the life they deserve to live, honoring and amplifying the many different shades of love and self-expression that the LGBTQIA+ community embodies.

Throughout the month of June, featured art installations by local LGBTQIA+ artists will be on display throughout Santa Monica Place as part of the 2021 SaMo Pride celebration. A rainbow display of overhead lanterns, lighting, and décor will highlight love in every color across Santa Monica Place, Downtown Santa Monica, and the Santa Monica Pier.



Friday, June 11 – Sunday, June 13, 2021


Santa Monica Place is located at 395 Santa Monica Place, Santa Monica, at Broadway and Third Street Promenade.



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About Santa Monica Place


Located steps away from the Pacific Ocean and iconic Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica Place is a unique, outdoor shopping destination, home to Nordstrom, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Nike, and a collection of specialty shops, digitally native brands, and inspired dining concepts.

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