The Grove's Latest Lineup: Frame Opens Second L.A. Store, Sandro Takes Over DVF

And Topshop is back (sort of).

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There's been some ch-ch-changes at The Grove's fashionable directory. Following the arrival of APL and Sephora's upgraded digs, the popular Los Angeles shopping haunt's denim offerings have also scored a major upgrade with the opening of London-bred, L.A.-designed luxury label Frame's second standalone store (and ninth global outpost) in the City of Angeles.

Located between Barnes & Noble and Banana Republic in suite K20, Frame's 2,850-square-foot space (located in Coach's former store) stocks the brand's full women's and men's ready-to-wear clothing and accessories, including best-selling denim silhouettes such as the Le Skinny de Jeanne ($195), the Ali Wide Crop ($240), and Le High Straight ($245), L'Homme Skinny ($245), and L'Homme Athletic ($205), among others. Also on offer are the brand's beloved leather bags including styles like the Les Cube cross-body and Les Second in Mini, Medium, and regular sizes ($295 to $550).

Photo: Courtesy of Frame

The new boutique also houses upgraded modular fitting rooms that feature a three-way mirror so you can see your jeans from all angles, adjustable selfie lighting, and even a refreshments menu. Shoppers can also enjoy one-on-one fitting appointments with the Frame Atelier.

Designed by Culver City-based firm Atelier de Troupe (located not far from Frame's own Westside design studios), the "California chic" interiors feature custom-made sustainable furniture, a pale green aluminum mesh facade, Douglas fir plywood tables, and brass accents.

Meanwhile, edgy-luxe Parisian label Sandro has taken over Diane Von Furstenberg's boutique (suite K70), which shuttered in late summer. The boutique offers the French brand's full womenswear and menswear collections alongside footwear, bags, and accessories.

Also set to arrive soon is athletic stalwart Lululemon, which is opening in Sephora's old space in suite F20.

Nordstrom x Topshop on Dec. 5, 2019. Photo: Danielle Directo-Meston/UncoverLA

Shoppers at The Grove may have also done a double-take after seeing Topshop Topman's seemingly reopened store, which closed back in June after the U.K.-based fast fashion brand's parent company filed for bankruptcy. Nordstrom is behind the "new" Topshop (which remained as a pop-in within the luxury department retailer chain while the rest of the standalone U.S. stores closed) and is expected to stay open through the holiday season; we've reached out to Nordstrom for more details.

As for Barneys New York's old storefront, we spotted Facebook signage in the windows a few weeks back, so we've reached out to The Grove for more details. In the meantime, stay tuned for more on Topshop and Lululemon, see more inside Frame's new boutique and scroll through the gallery above, and peep Frame and Sandro's store hours below.

The Grove, 189 The Grove Dr., L.A., 90036. Frame is open Sunday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., (323) 879-6116. Sandro is open Monday through Friday from10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. (310) 946-2700.

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