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The Way We Wore Expanding; YSL Sale at DecadesTwo.1

A sneak peek at Kelly Wearstler's new window display. Photo via Kelly Wearstler/<a href="http://instagr.am/p/koc0U/">Instagram</a>.
A sneak peek at Kelly Wearstler's new window display. Photo via Kelly Wearstler/Instagram.

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LA BREA AVE—Business must be good for The Way We Wore's Doris Raymond. In an interview with California Apparel News, the vintage-buying veteran said she's looking for a second retail space near her boutique on La Brea. But, "While I am visualizing this right now, I don't need to do anything until the end of the year." [CAN]

ECHO PARK—Patch brings word of a new plant store that is slated to open in Echo Park at 1901 Echo Park Avenue. The vision of 73-year-old Korean immigrant Hi Duk Lee, it will debut around mid-February. [Patch]

ONLINEDecadesTwo.1 is hosting an online-only YSL flash sale tomorrow. Click to their site to preview the goods and head there tomorrow at 10am PT to shop. [Racked Inbox]