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Switch Beverly Hills might be known more for über-luxe shopping than small, independent brands, but this space is adding loads of up-and-comers to the neighborhood. Choose from delicately crafted Rodnik blouses and chiffon dresses from Hanii Y.
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Anouk

This is the best spot in the Malibu Country Mart for those bohemian-tinged pieces that work so well at the beach. Anouk Krueger opened her wood-lined space two years ago, and devotes most of the real estate to L.A. designers. There are tops from Deener, Dolan dresses, and Calleen Cordero shoes, all deftly mixed with Matta caftans and Tocca slips. Plus, they just started producing an in-house line of soft leather sandals and equestrian-style boots.
From Los Angeles' Malibu neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Canvas

Owned by husband and wife Arlington and Jacqueline Johnson Forbes and Jacqueline's best friend from childhood, Anthula Nunes, this accessories-centric emporium is devoted to a slew of artily cool labels, like Surface to Air, Comme des Garçons, and A.P.C. In keeping with the name, the limited-edition sneakers, straightforward tops, and neon-hued sunglasses are shown alongside paintings by local artists.
From Los Angeles' Malibu neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Earnest Sewn

The interior here is rustic and old-world-feeling (brick walls, rough-hewn wood shelving, and vintage signage are key elements). The full line of denim is at the Malibu shop, along with a bar for creating a custom pair of jeans. Plus, there are art tomes, DL & Co. stationery, already-worn-in Filson bags, Jorge & Olif bikes, and Santa Maria Novella fragrances. In late 2008, Earnest Sewn is opening a second Los Angeles shop in the old Town Tire landmark building on Beverly Boulevard.
From Los Angeles' Malibu neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Henry Beguelin

The beautifully crafted handbags are suspended by rope at this earthy-feeling spot. With their super-supple, richly tanned leathers and unusual closures (nuggets of wood, elks' teeth), the totes here perfectly embody a cool rich-hippie sensibility. There are only a handful of Henry Beguelin shops in the U.S., which makes the pieces feel all the more one-of-a-kind.
From Los Angeles' Malibu neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Madison

When it launched in 1989, Madison was exclusively devoted to shoes, but in 1995 it added clothing to the mix and has subsequently spawned five more shops. It has such staying power because it combines the depth of a department store with the edit of a boutique: Madison carries the best choices from loads of popular lines (Daughters of the Revolution, Crispin & Basilio, Jenni Kayne) along with a handful of spot-on accessories. While the Robertson location is the poshest, the Malibu locale is appropriately low-key, specializing in easy-to-wear dresses, T-shirts, and bathing suits.
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Madison Gallery

Occupying a gorgeous, slightly gothic duplex hidden away in the back of the Malibu Country Mart, this recent endeavor from the team behind the beloved local chainlet Madison is all about luxe, big-ticket collections. There are stone-studded Marni dresses, Pucci caftans, and Pierre Hardy stilettos in green patent. And the lower level also hosts a handful of excellent gifts, like oversize coffee-table books and Lucien Pellat-Finet pillows.
From Los Angeles' Malibu neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Planet Blue

It began as an organic cotton clothing company almost 15 years ago, which clearly establishes that Planet Blue has always been a bit ahead of the curve. It's hard to determine which outpost of this local favorite is the best. The Santa Monica boutique is known for its rainbow-like racks (everything is sorted by color), while the Beverly Hills emporium is fancier (you can easily snag a red-carpet-worthy gown). The Malibu Country Mart used to be a hotel, and the Planet Blue in it occupies part of the former garage. The ceilings are low, which makes the shop feel like a cozy cave. Shopping here is a laid-back, casual affair: There's tons of denim, along with super-thin T-shirts and batiked Mara Hoffman dresses. Planet Blue Essentials is devoted to home goods, like simple bud vases and throw pillows.
From Los Angeles' Malibu neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Ron Herman

Legendary Los Angeles retailer Ron Herman was one of the first to attempt a boutique-style store, and he's still one of the people who do it best. His most famous outpost is on the top floor of Melrose's Fred Segal, but there are three other stand-alone spots scattered across the city. The Malibu offshoot is clean-lined and sleek with a decidedly '60s feel, and packed with designers like Boy Band of Outsiders, Alexander Wang, and Shipley & Halmos.
From Los Angeles' Malibu neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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A+R

In 2005, Rose Apodaca and her husband, Andy Griffith, decided to open a modern home goods store on a whim, and three outposts later, it's clear their impulse has had staying power. Divided into color-blocked zones, the spaces are devoted to cleverly designed items, like Droog's self-balancing serving trays and Ora Ito's undulating, gold-plated hard drive.
From Los Angeles' Santa Monica & Venice neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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