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Lost & Found

Now spanning five adjacent storefronts, Jamie Rosenthal's mini empire has a wide-ranging scope, from children's toys to fancy art. Lost & Found Etcetera and Lost & Found Gallery are our favorites of the lot: The former features vignettes of hot pink Repetto ballet flats, Isabel Marant tunics, and tiny silver African trading beads. The Gallery is more restrained in its palette, showcasing everything from olive wood mixing bowls to prints of foxes.
From the 50 Best Boutiques in Los Angeles.

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Mas

Half of this newcomer is devoted to men's lines with a slightly streetwear-esque aesthetic, a straightforwardness that carries over to the women's side. Search out the California-based names, like Mike & Chris leather jackets and Crispin & Basilio beaded navy T-shirt dresses.
From Los Angeles' Silver Lake neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Show

If you've seen a modern home accessory in an interiors magazine in the last year or so, chances are good that you'll find it at Show. This isn't an exaggeration. Everything here subscribes to a cleverly unexpected yet elegant style: There are priceless-feeling porcelain dishes cast in the shapes of disposable paper plates and teapots emblazoned with delicately figured—but inverted—birds.
From Los Angeles' Silver Lake neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Some Odd Rubies

Serene and understated, the airily populated racks here are suspended from the ceiling, lending the illusion that they're floating. Find a slew of the halter dresses and blouses—sewn from one-of-a-kind fabrics—that made the threesome behind this bicoastal boutique famous, alongside bits from other talents, like L.A. native Whitley Kros' tunics in bright blue and Liz McClean's tiered maxi gowns.
From Los Angeles' Silver Lake neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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White Trash Charms Boutique

As the name suggests, the emphasis here is on jewelry that has a slightly irreverent theme (though the shop feels uspcale). There are sliver-thin gold charms in the shapes of Scrabble tiles and old-school Nintendo consoles.
From Los Angeles' Silver Lake neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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3.1 Phillip Lim

The designer behind this overwhelmingly successful collection was 31 when he first started his line in 2005; now he can boast three gorgeous stand-alone boutiques. The Los Angeles shop was the third to open (there are others in New York and Tokyo), but it's arguably the best-looking, with painted foam walls and cool slate floors. An understated elegance is the abiding theme behind the clothes too, from lace-edged camisoles to pintucked blouses. There are also pieces from the organic Go Green Go collection.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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A.P.C.

There are only three locations of this much-loved French retailer in the States. The outpost in West Hollywood—just off bustling Melrose—feels like a general store, with cement floors and simple iron fixtures. It's an appropriate backdrop for the wildly chic, straightforward wares, which are cut in utilitarian shapes (streamlined printed smocks, perfectly draped trench coats).
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Alexander McQueen

This 2008 addition to West Hollywood looks like it was carved from a single piece of white material. It's an inspired and streamlined setting for the highly structured silhouettes, though we're particularly taken with his forward-thinking accessories.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Balenciaga

There was a ton of hype when Balenciaga opened in early 2008, and the excitement was entirely justified. The space is huge, supremely cool (it's dotted with asteroid-like tables and has an exposed wood-beam ceiling), and packed with teetering stilettos and zipper-festooned handbags.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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BCBG Max Azria

The Beverly Hills branch is BCBG Max Azria's official flagship, but we like the glam new Melrose location best: It has piles of long dresses, along with more casual tops and countless bags and shoes.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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