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This just in: After less than a year at their Melrose Place location, members-only retail/styling haven stylehaüs is moving on up—and they've scored prime digs. As of Saturday, June 30, their new home will be located at the 1,750-square-foot space on Melrose Avenue formerly occupied by Arcade Boutique.
"The location became available right as our lease was up for renewal, so we had to jump on it," stylehaüs founder Marina Monroe exclusively reveals to Racked LA. "Although Melrose Place has been truly amazing, we are so fortunate to be able to upgrade into one of the most beautiful buildouts in Los Angeles." The shop's new retail neighbors include Helmut Lang and Marc Jacobs.
Monroe also notes that stylehaüs will soon be stocking an array of contemporary menswear lines in both the new location and existing Mondrian pop-up boutique (which remained open after awards season). "We're bringing on men's custom clothing specialist Chris Gimeno Chollet, who was a member of Tom Ford's design team in Paris for several years," she adds. "He'll work as both a stylist and curator of our bespoke men's offerings."
· stylehaüs [Official Site]
· Arcade Boutique Clears Out on Melrose [Racked]
· Stylehaus Accepting Members on Melrose [Racked]
· Inside the Stylehaus Red Carpet Room at Mondrian LA [Racked]