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Mummies, Gold, More: Inside Tyga's Last Kings Flagship

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Thanks to its ever-growing roster of fresh streetwear stars, LA's bona fide capital of cool continues to reign supreme. The latest to score a coveted space at Melrose and Fairfax is hip hop champ-turned-designer Tyga, who's set to officially unveil the flagship for his streetwear brand Last Kings this Saturday.

We scoped out the 2,800-square-foot boutique yesterday during the recently-Coveteur'd rhymer's sneak peek bash, where pals like Kendall and Kylie Jenner picked up flannel dresses straight off the racks. Decked out with hieroglyphic wallpaper, life-size Anubis statues, all gold everything and more, the Egyptian-inspired shop will stock men's and women's merch, plus a curated selection of gear from other streetwear brands, including fellow rapper Chris Brown's Black Pyramid line and more. "This is the mecca of fashion for sure," Tyga (né Michael Ray Nguyen-Stevenson) tells us. "For me growing up, I always wanted to go to Melrose. You got Melrose and you got Rodeo."

Check out more photos inside the shop, plus snaps from the VIP party and more.


Kylie and Kendall pose with fan and photographer Clinton Wallace.

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