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Cerre's DTLA Shop/Showroom Gives Artists a Place to Escape

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Bored of the confines of Melrose's rule-filled retail scene, Cerre founders Clayton and Flavie Webster have moved their operation to the more open-minded, creative playground that is DTLA. Located at 801 Mateo Avenue (a few blocks down from The Springs), the by-appointment-only space allows Cerre to return to its innovative roots by offering an artistically inclined store-showroom-studio experience that's meant to inspire.

Upon entering, visitors are transported to the Websters' white-walled world, where flawlessly-constructed apparel hangs on racks, luxe leather accessories and handbags show off on shelves, and an assortment of curated objects (jewelry, text, tapes, even ceramics) sit in display cases. "We want to offer like-minded DTLA artists and residents a place to shop for unique designs that go beyond the heritage and bohemian styles they're used to seeing in this neighborhood," explains Clayton. Explore the space below.

· Cerre [Official Site]
· Cerre Moves Its Minimalist Melrose Digs to DTLA [Racked]


801 Mateo Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90021 (949) 735-4845 Visit Website