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After Nick Fouquet ditched Abbot Kinney for on-the-rise Lincoln Boulevard, the globetrotting hat maker left a major void in that boho-cool hideaway (which is now fronted by The Piece Collective). Keeping the Venice stretch's indie street cred alive is vintage pop-up shop The Pistol Club, which quit its wayfaring ways to take over Fouquet's former space last month.
Located at the end of the path behind "biodynamic" chocolate shop Zenbunni and next door to earthy jewelry brand H.O.W.L., the boutique stocks rad shopkeep Shelly Glascock's selection of throwback treasures fit for Stevie Nicks-worshipping disco babes (like rising style star Jessie Jo Stark). In addition to technicolor vintage finds, the shop features cool leather jackets decked out with designs by local lady artists. See a few of them and the rest of Pistol Club's stellar merch in the gallery above.