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CITYWIDE—Two LA labels, Symmetry Goods and Kneeland Co., have joined forces on a scarf line for spring. Per the press release, the collection "is comprised of Japanese cotton and custom-cast hardware, and is combined with vintage silk fabric." Everything is cut, sewn and assembled locally. [Racked Inbox]
ROBERTSON BLVD—Via California Apparel News we learn that Lisa Kline has shuttered her boutique at 123 S Robertson. In a note on her website titled "The End of an Era" she writes, "It is with great pride and joy that I announce the closure of my last and final brick and mortar location on Robertson Blvd. I am moving into the internet space which I believe is the future." [Lisa Kline; CAN]