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Bird

The three tiny floors here are like staggered balconies (a staircase winds around the open center)—which, appropriately enough, makes this spot feel like a birdcage. The inventory has a cool magpie sensibility, too: There are Gary Graham dresses in soft peaches, cotton tops from Beatrez, and Servane Gaxotte necklace pendants of metal dolls in one-of-a-kind outfits.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Catherine Malandrino

Lime green walls and cascades of pendant lamps set an opulent mood at this French designer's Hollywood space. Malandrino is known for a louche yet elegant aesthetic, which shows up on multitiered chiffon dresses and silk tunics.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Chanel

While the fabled Beverly Hills outpost of Chanel carries its complete collection of clothing, the Robertson offshoot, which opened in 2008, is based on an entirely different premise. Espousing a gallery-like approach, the store's interior shifts frequently to match a constantly rotating, carefully curated array of goods, with an emphasis on handbags, jewelry, and shoes.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Costume National

Unconventional but fuss-free menswear-based shapes are Costume National mainstays, and they're all housed in this slick, uncluttered shop. We particularly love the ankle booties and slouchy clutches that are as chic as they are low-key.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Creatures of Comfort

The rolling racks are painted neon yellow, LD Tuttle and Repetto shoes arch across the floor in rainbow formation, and a looming shelving unit—made from cardboard boxes held together with binder clips—houses satchels and totes at this three-year-old retailer. The clothing here is just as artily undone: Voluminous tunics from Isabel Marant hang next to Bernhard Wilhelm tuxedo pants. For those who appreciate a gallery-girl aesthetic, this is a bit of a mother ship.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Diane von Furstenberg

Diane von Furstenberg may have one of the most recognizable names in fashion, but there are only four DVF shops in the U.S. The Los Angeles outpost is all-white and sleek, which creates a canvas-like background for her winningly bright colors and patterns, all splashed across wrap dresses and billowy tops.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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Diavolina

For the last decade, Diavolina—which started out on La Brea before landing on Robertson—has been the spot in town for a superlative roster of high-end shoe lines. The leopard-print-carpeted place also holds a slew of well-chosen clothing brands, including Alexander Wang, Grai, and Society for Rational Dress.
From Los Angeles' West Hollywood neighborhood store listings, updated September 2008.

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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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