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Two years after debuting its blingy flatforms and sequined sweaters on Robertson, Hong Kong-based brand iiJin has ditched the struggling stretch for Melrose Avenue. The label (pronounced "e-gene") leaves at a time when the once-buzzing street hopes to get back on its feet with Kitson 2.0's revival.
Staff at the store tell us that they relocated about a month ago a few blocks east of Fairfax. The inventive streetwear-inspired brand currently unleashing major deals on its spring collection, so swing by the shop if you're in the market for beaded statement pieces and floral print kicks.