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Avant-Garde Boutique Weltenbuerger is Packing Up in Los Feliz


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Bummer news for fans of Weltenbuerger's inventory of artsy-cool wares. Apparel News reveals that shop owner Bryan Sanderson is packing up his Los Feliz shop to "concentrate on his upcoming studies in computer science and musical composition." Damn.

Anderson first opened Weltenbuerger (which means "world citizen" in German) in 2010 on Hollywood Boulevard and soon after relocated to his current digs on North Vermont Avenue, where he's been stocking minimalist-luxe fashion from international and local designers. The shop opened a Venice outpost (which has since shuttered) and has teamed with the likes of THVM and The Palatines.

Per the trade pub, fans of the boutique's avant-garde aesthetic can say "auf widersehen" now through Friday, July 31st, when Weltenbuerger officially closes. Stop by and chat with its cool shopkeep and score 50 to 80% off brands like Ermie, Echo+Air, Desiree Klein, Sydney Brown, and many others (excludes jewelry). Shop the sale online online, too, but at just 50% off.


1764 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90027, USA