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Stampd's highly-anticipated brick-and-mortar store officially opens this Saturday, April 9th. Located in performing arts theater Lost Studio's former space at 130 South La Brea, the stylish, second-floor space was designed by founder Chris Stamp in partnership with Snarkitecure, a Brooklyn based architecture and design studio.
The 1,350-square-foot store is heavy on unique and minimalist design elements, ranging from flooring made from raw Turkish travertine, museum-like walls, stripped ceiling that welcome natural sunlight, and a cash wrap "crested by cathedral grained white oak." Stamp explains that the interior was heavily inspired by his recent trips to Copenhagen and Tokyo.
Stampd will be open Monday through Saturday from 11am to 7pm, and Sunday from 12pm to 6pm.