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Bassike is known for its sleek, minimalist silhouettes, so it's fitting that the Australian label's first US shop would land at low-key Lincoln Boulevard instead of super-buzzy Abbot Kinney. Soft-opened as of last Wednesday, the clean and light-filled boutique is located next door to The Golden State Store and
Natural wood fixtures and shelving artfully display the brand's organic cotton basics ($70 and up), linen dresses ($495), neutral-hued twill jackets ($595), denim bottoms and vests ($340 and up), and more avant-garde wardrobe essentials. In addition to offering apparel for women, men, and tots ($50 to $90 for sizes 0 to 12), the shop also offers swimwear by Malia Jones, Birkenstock footwear, neoprene carryalls by State of Escape, luxe leather accessories by Plus Equals, and more.
Adding to the store's laid-back aesthetic is nearby foodie haunt Superba Food and Bread's new walk-up window and patio, which will be accessible via the boutique's back door for post-retail therapy lounging.