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BEST NEW SHOPS


AT YOLK


áCORKCICLE CANTEEN Ditch the wine bottle and sip discreetly with this sleek stainless steel canteen, guaranteed to keep your rosé chilled for up to 12 hours (as if it’d last that long). à 1626 Silver Lake Blvd (323-660-4315, shopyolk.com). $28.


Bird, Culver City Cult favorite Brooklyn boutique


AT INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY


ß KANTHA QUILT Up your blanket game with this supersoft quilt made from discarded, indigo-dyed saris that are layered and stitched together for extra cushiness on the grass. à 3176 Glendale Blvd (323- 665-5344, individualmedley store.com). $176.


Bird has planted its West Coast roots inside Culver City’s high-end retail and dining destination, Platform. Helmed by Jen Mankins (a former buyer for Barneys New York and Steven Alan), the brand’s fifth and largest brick-and-mortar spot offers a mix of fashion-forward clothing, shoes and accessories for women (menswear is coming soon). Check out distinguished and emerging designers like Rachel Comey and Isabel Marant, along with an exclusive line of ready-to-wear. à 8870 Washington Blvd (310-596-4200, birdbrooklyn.com)


The Artform Studio, AT HUSET


OYOY SPORTA BREAD BASKET Organize cutlery or serve chips and other nonperishables in this adorable, shallow woven basket; it’ll even hold a bowl of dip.


à 1316 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice (424-268-4213, huset-shop.com). $15.


Highland Park Score rare vinyl and a fresh cut at record-store–meets-hair salon the Artform Studio. After nearly 10 years in the Arts District, husband-and-wife team Adrian and Sherry Younge have moved their unique hybrid to Highland Park; the larger space means they can offer more extensive salon services and a collection of new and used records, all informed by Adrian’s career as a music producer (credits include works with Kendrick Lamar and Jay Z) and Sherry’s background as a hairstylist and makeup artist. à 5611 N Figueroa St, suite 2 (213-613- 1050, theartformstudio.com)


69 Gjusta Goods,


Night Palm


Venice Beach Located right next to its revered namesake dining spot, this lifestyle boutique offers a beautiful mix of vintage and modern tableware, clothing, books and more. It’s a charming, intimate shop stocked with just the kind of globally and locally sourced pieces that would fill an artful (and indie) L.A. home; think items like handwoven baskets, amber Depression glassware, locally made ceramic mugs and pots, vintage textiles and oldie-but-goodie vinyl. à 324A Sunset Ave (310-314-0320, ext 3, gjustagoods.com)


Night Palm, Silver Lake Modern and vintage furnishings


are styled together to create multiple lounge spaces inside this unexpected little shop. Try out a pink and gold dining chair from the ’70s while feasting your eyes on colorful stacks of rugs, pillows and throws, or peruse the small selection of jewelry or handmade ceramics and brass tableware from makers across the country. Aside from unique furniture and home goods, Night Palm also showcases a rotating selection of art from both L.A. and abroad and hosts receptions for each new artist, at which locals can gather and get to know each other. à 1724 Silver Lake Blvd (213-699-9060, nightpalm.com)


July 12–October 10, 2017 Time Out Los Angeles


PHOTOGRAPHS (CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT): COURTESY YOLK; PABLO ENRIQUEZ; COURTESY HUSET; COURTESY INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY STORE


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