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After opening its first brick-and-mortar flagship on Robertson Boulevard back in 2011, bohemian-luxe label Hale Bob is packing up. The celeb-faved brand swapped spaces on the spendy stretch a few years ago, and it's slated to shutter its shop next Monday, December 1st (see further proof below).
Founded by Paris-bred designer Daniel Bohbot, the stunt-pulling LA brand and its edgy-cool offshoot, Liberty Garden, won't be pulling the plug for good—it'll remain shoppable online and around LA at Polkadots & Moonbeams, M. Frederic, and other stores. It's also unleashing major discounts in honor of Black Friday; use code GJBF15 to score 40% off everything (excluding new arrivals).