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Weltenbuerger Brings Cool Threads, Difficult Name To Venice

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Photos Elizabeth Daniels

After some delay (apologies), here are shots of Weltenbuerger's new Abbot Kinney abode. The avant garde boutique, whose name means "World Citizen" in German, has filled its 1,200-square-feet of storefront space along the shopping stretch with cutting-edge, drapy things from well-knows like Issey Miyake and up-and-comers like Hui Hui, FAUX/real and LA's own Ermie plus a selection of out-there vintage. With this location and the outpost in Los Feliz, they're making it really easy for LA shoppers to get their hands on asymmetrical tops and baggy pants.
· Weltenbuerger [Official Site]
· Weltenbuerger Los Feliz Hosts Sale to Promote New Venice Shop [Racked]
· Weltenbuerger Expands Across Town With New Venice Outpost [Racked]