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Ige

Helene Ige designed not only many of the items for sale at this quietly low-key duplex but also the shop itself. It's filled with little displays of gorgeous pieces: her own mobiles styled after Victorian birdcages, eensy spiders blown from blackened glass, and beaded scarves from Megan Park.
From Los Angeles' Beverly Boulevard neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Inago

Though it resembles nothing more than a wood-walled yoga studio, Inago in fact exists to answer the call of partygoers across the city by stocking pretty much nothing but dresses—hundreds and hundreds of them. There are versions from an expansive list of labels: patterned wrap numbers from Issa, silk halters from Mara Hoffman, and jewel-studded caftans from Binetti. Most are tagged at $200 or less.
From the 50 Best Boutiques in Los Angeles.

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J.Crew

The sale racks at the Grove's J.Crew are always loaded with the items you would have happily paid full price for—perhaps because they have the widest selection of the entire deeply covetable collection here.
From Los Angeles' Beverly Boulevard neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Meg

Meghan Kinney's L.A. shop has been around for more than five years, which indicates her enduring appeal. Most of her pieces channel a '50s feel, featuring hourglass shapes and pretty silk prints. She also turns out a pair of bestselling trousers in loads of different fabrics.
From Los Angeles' Beverly Boulevard neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Mister Freedom

Save for a solitary drawing of a caveman on its exterior, this vintage warehouse is completely unmarked. Inside, there's a world of meticulously sourced army/navy and workwear from the 1890s to the 1970s, for both sexes. Some of the rarer items are pricey, but there are deals mixed in too: well-loved tees, perfectly beat-up cowboy boots, and simple khaki button-downs.
From Los Angeles' Beverly Boulevard neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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New Stone Age

An early settler on what is now one of L.A.'s busiest shopping corridors, this 30-year-old spot is packed with unusual gifts. Anatomical models of woolly mammoths, shell-encrusted sailor's valentines, and Fornasetti plates are all on hand. Seek out the trove of jewelry from L.A. designers, like mini gold sabre pendants studded with rubies and ancient coins set into rings.
From Los Angeles' Beverly Boulevard neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Pixie Market

Specializing in designers who generally have no more than a MySpace page, Magda Pietrobelli and Gaelle Drevet's second location (the first is in New York's Lower East Side) offers a delightfully indie-pop sensibility. The blazingly white spot—replete with wall decals that say smile and neon orange footstools—is packed with punky, offbeat picks: jumpers made from geometric-print fabrics, minidresses splashed with pastel zebra stripes, and hip but comfortable shoes from the house line, Maud.
From Los Angeles' Beverly Boulevard neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Presse

Zoe Schaeffer and Renee Klein, both former fashion editors, have built what is easily one of the best-looking boutiques in the city. Lucite racks are set into antique-style wardrobes; framed vintage photographs are sprinkled about; and a massive boudoir-style couch, swathed in deep peach velvet, is anchored in the center of the room. The lines they stock are just as romantic and stunning: Bruce, Doo Ri, and Vena Cava.
From Los Angeles' Beverly Boulevard neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Satine

Jeannie Lee is a bit of a soothsayer when it comes to what people will be wanting to wear, which is why Satine, with the feel of a '70s dollhouse, is fresh and spot-on. Lee is also masterful at mixing labels and prices: There are high-high-end gowns from Thakoon, but they're arranged next to crazily patterned Tsumori Chisato tops and L.A.-based upstart Kelly Bergin's bow-fronted skirts.
From Los Angeles' Beverly Boulevard neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Sigerson Morrison

The full range of modish patent flats, woven heels, and artfully worked sandals is stocked in this sleek Third Street space. There's also a lushly appointed offshoot in the Malibu Country Mart, along with an eensy outpost of the more affordable diffusion line, Belle by Sigerson Morrison, on Brighton Way.
From Los Angeles' Beverly Boulevard neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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