Faithful followers of web designer-turned-style influencer Jacy Duprie may know her better as Damsel in Dior, the fashion and lifestyle blog that she founded in 2011. The L.A.-based blogger is making her California-luxe aesthetic entirely shoppable — from her closet to her living room and beyond — at By Damsel, her first brick-and-mortar shop that's popping up at Platform in Culver City through the end of the year.
The temporary boutique is holding court next door to Reformation in the space that was previously home to Rouje and stocks clothing, decor, perfume, and more of Duprie's favorite finds. In addition to the clothing and accessories on the racks, nearly everything else in the store is shoppable, from the vintage seating and lighting (sourced by Pop-Up Home founder and interior stylist Tricia Beanum) and the hand-made ceramics by Lucy Michel to the wallpaper by London-based House of Hackney.
As far as fashion, expect to find womenswear and accessories from a mostly-female lineup of designers (many of them based in L.A.), including clothing Heidi Merrick, denim from Amo, button-down shirts and dresses by Harshman, cashmere sweaters from Filoro, basics by Lacausa, underpinnings and intimates by Knickey and The Great Eros, and fine jewelry by Retrouvai and Sophie Monet.
Rounding out the chic offerings are charming travel bags by Paravel, custom mini market bags by Apolis, leather carryalls from New York-based Hunting Season, photography by Ann Street Studio, and candles and fragrances by Santa Maria Novella.