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After getting cozy in its cottage pop-up shop, luxe lingerie label Wylie Wilson has inched a door closer to Abbot Kinney. Originally located at Santa Clara Avenue, the underpinnings line founded by has snapped up gypset brand Figue's former space next door.
In addition to offering the charitable brand's retro range of underwire-free bras, reversible knickers, and more underpinnings crafted from European fabrics, the space also stocks rebellious footwear by Terry de Havilland, handpainted scarves by Ava Avione, and more. Plus, expect the shop to host regular art and music soirées this summer.