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Now that One Santa Fe's retail complex The Yards has scored sleek skincare, modern menswear, and bohemian-leaning lifestyle shop by way of SF and Austin, it's time for DTLA's Kenzo-obsessed dwellers to score their own retail therapy haven. Enter new boutique Hue, which soft-opened its 2,200-square-foot space at the Arts District megadevelopment last month.
On top of the aforementioned artsy-cool Japanese brand, expect to find ready-to-wear from cult-fave luxury labels like Derek Lam, MSGM, Thakoon, Preen by Thorn, Sacai Luck, Marcus Lupfer, Ulla Johnson, and more. Also in the house are basics by A.L.C. and Organic by John Patrick; denim by AG Jeans, BLK DNM, and Mother; sunnies by Sunday Somewhere; footwear by Pierre Hardy, and much more.
Hue is open daily from 11am to 7pm.