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DTLA's Please Do Not Enter Boutique Welcomes Artful Dressers

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Tucked away on the penthouse level of DTLA's PacMutual Building is a 1,550-square-foot capsule of cool called Please Do Not Enter. Contrary to its name, the new, by-appointment-only boutique is rather inviting, showcasing an open floor plan that features a range of out-of-the-box art, design, fashion, fragrance, jewelry and more for both men and women.

Founded by two Parisian expats—interior designer Emmanual Renoird and contemporary architecture real estate vet Nicolas Libert—PDNE's goal is to provide a home for pieces that help "build an aesthetic of everyday life" by offering "timeless quality, functionality and genuine craftmanship."

Shoppable highlights include art by Arik Levy, home items by Guillaume Bardet, ready-to-wear by Walter van Beirendonck, leather goods by Kobja, fragrances by Maison Francis Kurkdjian, jewelry by Ursul, sunglasses by L.G.R., stationary by Ito Bindery and kids toys by LuckyBoySunday.

· Please Do Not Enter [Official Site]