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Ooga Booga

A pioneer in Chinatown's burgeoning retail scene, this much-heralded space—on the second floor of an industrial '60s office building—is so…

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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. E…

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Planet Blue/Planet Blue Essentials

It began as an organic cotton clothing company almost 15 years ago, which clearly establishes that Planet Blue has always been a bit ahead of the curv…

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Polkadots & Moonbeams

This Third Street retailer comprises two separate storefronts, one housing a judiciously chosen and well-priced vintage selection, and the other, most…

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Post 26

Named after its original incarnation—a 1950s post office—Post 26 has the feel of a barn, crowned with a hay-loft-like exposed-beam attic.…

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Prada

It's almost as much about the Ole Scheeren and Rem Koolhaas–designed building (its exterior walls undulate in a way that makes them look like sa…

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Principessa

Even when Abbot Kinney was primarily known as a place that surfers passed on their way to the boardwalk, this boutique was doing a brisk business in o…

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Reiss

Though it has over 65 stores in Britain, this resource for timeless, elegantly worked dresses and tops is still under the radar in the United States.…

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Roman Raygoza Design Studio

Furniture maker Roman Raygoza opened this mesmerizing store, featuring an array of handpicked antiques and custom-upholstered furniture.

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Ron Herman

Legendary L.A. retailer Ron Herman was one of the first to attempt a boutique-style store, and he's still one of the people who do it best. His most f…

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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-sq…

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Royal/T Café

Part teahouse, part gallery, and part shop, this Culver City spot channels a quintessentially Tokyo experience.

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Safari

Come here for traditional Ethiopian garb, such as vibrant, everyday-wearable embroidered tunics, floor-grazing dresses, and gauzy lightweight scarves…

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Saks Fifth Avenue

A tony Beverly Hills address is a fitting backdrop for this beautifully appointed flagship: All the fashion essentials (and non-essentials) are here,…

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Salt

This calming, ultra-minimal spot has the feel of a luxe yoga studio, and draws less-is-more loyalists in search of bohemian-tinged pieces including sw…

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