After spending five years on Melrose Place, the brand brings its multicultural pieces and more to the Westside.
After the pandemic stalled its original opening plans, the brand's cool Eastside space is ready for in-person shopping.
Grab colorful, customized flower creations and more from the French florist's new DTLA space.
King of Vintage Cameron Silver's curated selection promises plenty of tropical sensibility.
The L.A.-based digital platform makes it easier to shop ethically, sustainably, or any other way that meets your needs.
The L.A.-based brand's new shop specializes in sustainable minimalist clothing and more.
The trend-happy S.F.-based brand finds a temporary home inside L.A.'s most iconic retailer.
With advisors from Drybar and Squeeze, the new mental health hub aims to destigmatize talk therapy and reimagine self-care.
Ease into dressing up again with silky separates, vegan leather pants, and other luxe pieces.
After 16 successful years in Miracle Mile, Desiree Kohan's eponymous shop starts over in a gallery-inspired space.
Designed by the famed Perron-Roettinger firm, the space offers evening-friendly ready-to-wear, swim, and loungewear.
The design duo opens its first-ever store front — and it's as colorful as you'd imagine.