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Calleen Cordero

Calleen Cordero's line is handmade in North Hollywood, which explains the bohemian feel of her accessories, all fittingly displayed in this simple and earthy shop. The soles of her shoes are made from elder wood, and the tops are crafted from vegetable-tanned leather, though there are touches of high-wattage glamour, like wedges in glimmery metallics.
From Los Angeles' Beverly Boulevard neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Flight 001

Flight 001 was one of the first companies to take on travel accessories in a uniquely modern and stylish way, as evidenced by its stores, which are usually set up to resemble the interiors of planes. There are a slew of innovative and fun products: travel Scrabble games and preassembled toiletry kits in TSA-approved sizes, plus tons of luggage, like Orla Kiely suitcases and expandable totes.
From Los Angeles' Beverly Boulevard neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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H&M

It's a bit of a toss-up when it comes to picking our favorite Los Angeles H&M (there are now three). The Beverly Center store is the largest, at 20,000 square feet, but the one in Pasadena is quieter, and the racks are accordingly less picked-over—all the better for snatching up pieces from this constantly on-trend retailer.
From Los Angeles' Beverly Boulevard neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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Hillary Rush

With a grandmother who founded Montreal's Fraid's department store and a father who created Le Tigre, Hillary Rush has retail in her blood. A former advertising director for Gap, Rush opened her hugely popular shop in 2005, mixing old-schoolers like Il Bisonte and K. Jacques with fresh-to-the-market endeavors like Daryl K's line Kerrigan.
From Los Angeles' Beverly Boulevard neighborhood store listing, updated September 2008.

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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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