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Following yesterday's sneak peek of Curve and Tom Dixon's luxury fashion and home decor haven, we now have a full look inside LA's coolest new lifestyle boutique. Soft open as of Tuesday at Culver City's Platform, the light-filled space houses Dixon's first-ever West Coast outpost and Curve's third LA store (and seventh stateside).
Although there's still a little more work to be done inside, the 7,000-square-foot store features stylish and straightforward founder Nevena Borissa's designer-filled inventory on one side and the British interior designer's museum-worthy modern furnishings, lighting, decor and home goods on the other, plus an in-store cafe that we're told will debut in September. Industrial-luxe touches include marbled fixtures, corrugated metal walls, and tons of mirrored surfaces throughout the space.
As far as Curve's merch, expect to find womenswear by a range of cult-cool labels, like tops by Jonathan Simkhai and Baja East, dresses by Raquel Allegra, skirts by Co, denim by Alexander Wang, and bomber jackets by Catherine Fulmer, to name a few. There's also footwear by Rodarte and Newbark, Catherine Fulmer bomber jackets, bags by Mansur Gavriel, and eyewear from Oliver Peoples's collab with The Row.
Take a visual tour inside Curve and Tom Dixon's dreamy new digs and scroll through the gallery above.