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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 pre…

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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 w…

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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, featu…

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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 sourc…

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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 woo…

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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 Y…

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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…

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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…

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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 app…

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Trina Turk

Thoroughly entrenched in a Palm Springs sensibility (she just opened her first home goods store there), Trina Turk always makes oranges, yellows, and…

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The Way We Wore

These days, Doris Raymond dresses lots of stars in exquisite antique gowns for big, red-carpet events—a far cry from the '70s, when she was se…

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Downtown

Lucky's favorite stores in Los Angeles' Downtown and Chinatown neighborhoods! (Updated September 2008)

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Blends/Comme des Garçons Guerrilla Store

L.A.'s downtown might be gentrifying, but it's still the city's grittiest neighborhood, which makes it the perfect backdrop for the only Comme des Gar…

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Fremont

Named for the strip in Las Vegas frequented by icons like Frank Sinatra and Katharine Hepburn, this line intends to recall an era before sweatpants an…

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New High (M)art

Adopting a curatorial attitude to retail isn't new, but this Chinatown arrival does it in a pleasingly amusing, unpretentious way. In its current inca…

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