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Foley + Corinna

Dana Foley and Anna Corinna Sellinger met at a New York City flea market, where Foley was selling her handmade skirts and Corinna was dealing in vintage. More than 10 years later, they have two headily glamorous stores—the first is in Manhattan—to show for their winning collaboration. Corinna Sellinger still sources all the antique Mexican tops, while Foley turns out draped blouses and sexy dresses.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Fred Segal

A celebrity-trafficked café and an in-store outpost of Ron Herman that's packed with equal doses of evening gowns and denim make this vine-covered institution feel quintessentially L.A.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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HLNR

Everything about the newly opened HLNR is futuristic, from the Transformer-style robots in the windows to its green execution (the building is solar-powered and constructed from renewable materials, and many of the pieces are eco-friendly). The enterprise also gets high marks for its airily stocked shelves dotted with one-of-a-kind, avant-garde items like Preen smocked blouses and Sydney Los Angeles graphic sweaters.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Jenni Kayne

Only a year old, this sustainably built emporium, which is earthy in the most fabulous sense—slatted bamboo ceilings, colossal skylights, a cozy seating area—houses the entire Jenni Kayne collection of cashmere sweaters and patchwork evening gowns, along with an exquisitely curated selection of gifts. Swans Island throws, Raymond Pettibon coffee-table books, and rose-cut diamond earrings from Lena Wald are all here.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Marni

Undone elegance is the prevailing theme of the pieces here, which look like they'd belong in a hip galleryite's closet. They have a knack for stunning embellishments, whether it's an unfinished hem or an asymmetrical scattering of stones around a neckline. At the Los Angeles space, the racks billow across the wall in S-curves, and standout pieces dangle from the ceiling.
From the 50 Best Boutiques in Los Angeles.

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Nanette Lepore

Despite its glam, chandelier-strung interior, this collection always incorporates a folkloric theme, employing unusual, handmade-looking accents to make each piece feel unique. There are knit sweaters edged with pom-poms, fur-trimmed boleros, and floral-print gowns inset with lace.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Opening Ceremony

When Opening Ceremony debuted in New York in 2002, it was the first shop to rotate themes, and while there are now emulators, it still does it best. Each year, the focus shifts to talent from a different country (the store's favorite lines stick around to join a home team of sorts). This fall, it's devoted to Japan, with labels like Cosmic Wonder and Hiromi Tsuyoshi. The L.A. offshoot dwells in Charlie Chaplin's old dance studio, which makes for a cool, warren-like shopping experience; upstairs is a minimall, with in-store boutiques for Mayle, Topshop, and Acne.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Reiss

Though it has nearly 50 stores in Britain, this resource for timeless, elegantly worked dresses and tops is still under the radar in the United States. As of this fall there are only eight branches scattered across the States, including the gorgeously appointed emporium here.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Roseark

Previously known as Kaviar & Kind, this relocated enterprise is still as frequented by celebrities and stylists as the original. Set in a 5,000-square-foot bungalow surrounded by a jungly garden, the store delivers much more than the jewelry that first earned it its following: It's also a great resource for Jesse Kamm's silhouette-skimming clothing and handbags by Bird.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Scout

It's been around for more than six years, but this stalwart is as unwaveringly progressive as it was when it first opened. Owner Joseph Grana fills the front with tie-dye lambskin totes and baggy tunics by the house line, along with blouses printed with psychedelic horses from Swash. A tiny vaulted library-like room in the back, complete with a rolling ladder, holds pristine vintage sweaters and tops.
7920 W. Third St. MID CITY WEST 323-658-8684
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