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Back in 2013, Citizens of Humanity opened its first-ever pop-up on Beverly Boulevard. Although the quaint space was quite charming, it was miles away from the denim lifestyle label's DTLA headquarters. the Beverly showroom closed and we moved to the new space in Downtown LA! With a goal to work alongside its sales team, COH has finally made the move east—and its new digs are pretty next level.
Designed by Montalba Architects (the masterminds behind Isabel Marant's and The Row's LA stores), the 4,000-square-foot showroom lives inside the historic Lady Liberty Building, equipped with natural light, a European oak floor, custom fixtures, and more.
"The space was created in a way that it can be used as multiple distinct smaller workstations, or a singular event space with elements such as the free-standing brushed stainless-steel racks in the center of the space being completely removable," COH tells us. "A partition wall housing three embedded screens separate the front-of-house and back-of-house offices."
Fingers crossed that COH opens an LA boutique with a similar look and feel.