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While East Hollywood—err, technically, Los Feliz—lost its beloved Confederacy boutique last week, its Eastside neighbor Eagle Rock landed the second location of a locally-loved Los Feliz Village store. As of right this minute, charming women's clothing and accessories shop Native is serving up its modern boho merch at 2036 Colorado Blvd, formerly the home of global furniture store Tapestry Natural Life.
Just like its sale-happy, feline-loving sister spot, the 1,500-square-foot space stocks an array of contemporary labels, including LA's own Ark & Co. and Stop Staring!, among others. Boutique owner Michelle Helseth—who's lived in the Eastside nabe for 14 years—tells us she's "been waiting for the right space to open up [in Eagle Rock...] It's a cool little Brooklyn, New York-like suburb, but it's very family-oriented and still fashionable."
Native in Eagle Rock is open daily from noon to 10pm.
· Native Boutique [Facebook]