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A Cowboy-Cool Vintage Shop Barrels Into a Bigger DTLA Space

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Lot, Stock & Barrel certainly knows how to keep busy. In addition to decking out USA-made man cave Charlie's Los Angeles and popping up at new Venice gent's shop STAG and GQ-approved menswear market Northern Grade, the curators of cowboy-meets-biker gang vintage somehow found time to relocate their Downtown boutique and event space to a bigger, badder spot.

Located just around the corner from Apolis in the Arts District, 1,000-square-foot shop stocks co-founders Benjamin Phillips's and Florence Tang's sharp selection of rugged pre-loved wares, like selvedge Levi's jeans, denim jackets, vintage tees and more. In addition to offering art by Shawn McKinney, photography by Jon Dragonnette, men's apparel by NY's Feltraiger, and vintage turquoise accoutrements from Gypsy Hunter, the boutique will also house resident stitchers The Chain Gang, which will be crafting custom embroidery, chenille patches, and more. Take a peek inside the design duo's rad new digs and check out more photos below.

Lot, Stock & Barrel is open Tuesday through Sunday from 12pm to 7pm; closed Monday.
· Lot, Stock & Barrel [Official Site]
· Coachella-Ready Vintage Pops Up at West 3rd's Concept Space [Racked]