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At precisely 10am tomorrow, El Segundo will officially cut the ribbon for The Point, one of LA's highly-anticipated shopping center openings. Landing at Sepulveda Boulevard and Rosecrans Avenue (conveniently next door to Plaza El Segundo), the 115,000-square-foot lifestyle center features a lush green courtyard, a children's play area, a fancy water fountain, a top-notch food scene (stay tuned to our sister site Eater LA for more), and a curated mix of indie retailers and big-name brands.
Above, take an exclusive sneak peek at The Point's retail scene, which will debut with Cali-cool brands Lou & Grey and Michael Stars, workout stalwart Athleta, sweat sanctuary SoulCycle, Lucky Brand's massive new flagship, footwear and accessories boutique Marmi, OC-based boutique No Rest for Bridgett, and children's shop Bella Beach Kids.
In addition, the retail/resto/fitness development is set to roll out even more shops this fall: eco-conscious activewear brand Prana arrives in September; Kit & Ace, Planet Blue, and SIX:02 Fitness are opening in October; and Madewell lands in November. Also joining the directory are San Lorenzo Bikinis and Vicara Aveda Salon & Spa; stay tuned!