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Two of LA's top retail gems are teaming up to provide their male clientele with the ultimate shopping experience. Los Feliz boutique Confederacy, owned by former Satine buyer Ilaria Urbinati and actor Danny Masterson, is taking over the 300-square-foot mezzanine in Satine's West 3rd Street store and calling it The Confederacy Annex. The pop-up is open now through February 2012 and offers all of the covetable men's threads and accessories that guys know and love from the boutique's main outpost, including looks from the likes of Rag & Bone (a few possible finds are pictured), Band of Outsiders and Shipley & Halmos.
"Satine was looking to carry men's and we were looking to have a presence on the west side, so it was a total no-brainer," Urbinati explains. "I have a long history with Satine and [shop owner] Jeannie Lee, so it's cool we are getting to collaborate again." Ladies, if you're still scratching your head over what to get your male friends this holiday season, stop by The Confederacy Annex at Satine (8134 W. 3rd Street) STAT.
· Confederacy [Official Site]
· Satine [Official Site]