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Dries Van Noten's first U.S.-based flagship is located in Los Angeles on La Cienega Boulevard.
Dries Van Noten's first U.S.-based flagship is located in Los Angeles on La Cienega Boulevard. Housing a part of Noten's collection, this space joins others to reflect the spirit and energy of its host city. The 8,500-square-foot space is the largest of any Dries Van Noten store, offering guests a chance to explore a creative encounter filled with more than just clothing and accessories. Comprised of two separate houses separated by a parking lot, the space welcomes The Big House on two floors, with the ground floor for the women’s collections and men's pieces upstairs. Out back, The Little House is an open concept dedicated to art exhibitions and creative projects. Throughout, shoppers can view photographs by the house's longtime collaborator, Azuma Makoto, furniture pieces by Johan Viladrich, Murano glass chandeliers, among other striking design elements.
Whitewaller recommends: Viewing Piero Golia's “The Dog and the Drop” exhibition in the Little House space.
Zadig & Voltaire's light-filled Sunset Boulevard boutique greets guests with high ceilings and all-white interiors, complemented by minimal contemporary furnishings.
In February 2020, the BYREDO store in Los Angeles opened as the largest store to date.
In October 2019, Just One Eye opened its latest two-floor shop, immersing visitors in a 13,000-square-foot space that uniquely mixes fashion, art, and design.
In Culver City since 1984, Arcana: Books on the Arts has specialized in new, rare, and out-of-print books, catalogues, and ephemera on 20th- and 21st-century photography, art, design, architecture, fashion, and cinema.
Please Do Not Enter features an eclectic array of timeless contemporary pieces, including art, high fashion, accessories, fragrance, and design items.