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When Lot, Stock, & Barrel last appeared on West 3rd Street, street style stars had just begun to embrace embroidered denim wonders. Two years later, the DTLA-based vintage haven and stitching shop has returned to the stylish stretch with its second LA outpost.
The Madewell-beloved geniuses behind the boutique have taken over Show Pony's former space with their stellar selection of pre-loved Levi's, denim jackets, super-soft tees, and more Americana-inspired vintage. Also on the shelves are handmade goods from LT Leather Co., locally-made ceramics, chenille patches, and more. As far as personalization services, expect chain stitch embroidering, custom tailoring, and vintage repairs and restoration.
Update 4/3: A previous version of this story incorrectly noted that the shop took over Alexis Bittar's location.
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