Melrose Place Loses Celeb-Loved Nine Zero One Salon, Rebag's Luxe Resale Boutique

The two closures follow Glossier's shuttering on the fashion-faved stretch.

Lovers of high-end handbags and hairstylists have two fewer options on Melrose Place. Following Glossier's closing, luxury resale boutique Rebag and celeb-loved salon Nine Zero One are among the latest to shutter on the stylish shopping street.

Rebag took over Anya Hindmarch's former corner spot two years ago and simultaneously opened an outpost in Beverly Hills. While those two locations are now closed, the company's store at Westfield Santa Anita is still open.

After six years offering haircuts, color, and styling on Melrose Place, Nine Zero One shuttered its second location sometime in late summer. In early August, the beauty brand posted a plea to Gov. Gavin Newsom on Instagram in August to allow the reopening of California's salons. The starry salon reopened its original outpost (dubbed the #901Castle) on Westbourne Drive five weeks ago following a chic revamp.

According to Yelp data released in September, 60% of businesses have permanently closed as a result of the coronavirus, reports CNBC.

We've reached out to both Rebag and Nine Zero One Salon for more details on their closures and to find out if there are plans to relocate the shuttered shops; stay tuned for more.

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