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Junk Food's Celeb-Loved Retro Tees Arrive on Abbot Kinney

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Since launching in 1998, Junk Food Clothing has made a name for itself with its super-soft graphic tees toasting pop culture icons from cute (Little Miss Sunshine) to controversial (punk band The Germs). Being beloved by a range of celebs, from T. Swift and Lana del Rey to George Clooney and R Patz, has also helped make the basics brand a mainstay for casual cool style, so it makes sense that the LA-based line has selected bustling Venice shopping stretch Abbot Kinney for its first LA boutique.

Open as of last weekend, the 2,700-square-foot space stocks the brand's retro basics line and their Stray Heart apparel collection alongside denim from Level 99, cashmere from 27 Miles Malibu, colorful carryalls by Baggu and more. Men's merch includes jeanswear by Tellason and cool clothing by streetwear-inspired brand Deep Pocket, while the kids' section offers adorable pint-sized style from Joe's Jeans, Ralph Lauren and more.

As far as why the brand chose Venice, Junk Food Clothing president Jennifer Somer tells us it was the decision was "a fairly easy one. The California lifestyle, which combines the beach, with pop culture, in addition to rock 'n' roll, has always been at the center of the Junk Food brand. Abbot Kinney is the epitome of this lifestyle, in addition to being one of the hottest and most progressive retail blocks in the United States right now. "

Junk Food Clothing is open Monday to Saturday from 11am to 7pm and Sunday from 11am to 6pm.
· Junk Food Clothing [Official Site]
· Why Do So Many Celebs Love Wearing Junk Food Clothing? [Racked]