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According to more than a few LA designers and insiders, proponents of unique shopping experiences at indie boutiques need to get lost at Hollywood treasure trove Lost & Found. Following the debut of her first Santa Monica shop in late April, L&F founder Jamie Rosenthal brings her cool multi-storefront concept to Main Street with a second store slated to open this month.
While the now-open store (2230 Main Street) focuses on women's, men's and kids apparel and accessories by indie designers, the second 2,500-square-foot space (2000 Main Street) will carry a curated collection of home goods and giftables from artisans both local and global. Plus, the home store will also stock Rosenthal's handmade housewares collab with charming retailer Anthropologie, which drops online here and here and in L&F's and Anthro's stores the week of July 14. Take a peek at the new SaMo shop's offerings at their Insta and stay tuned for L&F Home's official opening date.
Lost & Found at 2230 Main Street is open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 7pm and Sunday from 11am to 5pm.
· Lost & Found [Official Site]
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· Kyle Fitzpatrick Takes Us Inside Hollywood Spot Lost & Found [Racked]