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Magasin Brings Japanese and European Menswear to Platform in Culver City

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Though Platform has yet to roll out its full directory, it's done quite well living up to the hype. Adding to this month's quiet openings is "well-informed" menswear boutique Magasin, which debuted its midcentury-meets-worldly digs two weeks ago.

The 1,600-square-foot space offers tailored and sportswear-inspired pieces from a mix of Stateside, Japanese, and European labels: think suiting by Engineered Garments, apparel by Massimo Alba, and sharp trousers by PT01, plus exclusives like its Levi's Eureka Tailorshop 501 denim collab, jackets from Eral 55, printastic swimwear by Thorsun, and limited-edition kicks by Golden Goose. See more inside the menswear mecca—which even features an entire wall of greenery—in the gallery above.

Magasin is open Monday through Thursday from 11am to 7pm, Friday and Saturday from 10am to 8pm, and Sunday from 11am to 7pm.