5 Must-Visit Boutiques in Los Angeles

By Laura Eckstein Jones | March 11, 2020 | Style & Beauty

1. Atterton

Longtime beauty editor Kelly Atterton is doing retail right with her eponymous Bel-Air shop. In addition to carrying a thoughtful selection from brands like Retrouvé and Honor MD, there’s a treatment room that hosts facialists Kát Rudu and Joomee Song, and lash expert Sarah Maxwell. A brow expert, teen facials and a lymphatic drainage massage therapist will be added to the regular roster soon. The Glen Centre, @atterton.store

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A striking image from the Value Chain collection for Byredo’s spring/summer 2020 campaign

2. Byredo

Best-known for its beautiful scents, Swedish brand Byredo recently made its mark on L.A. with the opening of its largest store: its first West Coast flagship on Melrose Avenue. In addition to carrying cult-favorite perfumes Mojave Ghost and Gypsy Water—along with the brand’s apparel and accessories—the 3,030-square-foot space will host different artists for collaborations, the first being L.A. native Martine Syms.
West Hollywood, byredo.com

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An Andy Warhol painting enhances The Row’s latest collection at Just One Eye.


3. Just One Eye

Paola Russo’s soaring temple of all things luxurious, striking and beautiful recently reopened in a new 13,000-square-foot space on Sycamore, and it’s breathtaking. Come for the unique clothing, jewelry, perfume and accessories from brands like The Row and Prada, and stay for unexpected treats: furniture designed by actor and producer Brad Pitt and stunning art by contemporary masters. Hollywood, justoneeye.com

4. NOTO

The East Side’s shopping scene has really sparkled in the past few years, and NOTO, the first retail venture by founder Gloria Noto, is no exception. Head to the petite space to experience her organic, gender-fluid cosmetics, which are all sustainably made, along with ceramics, jewelry, magazines and more. Enjoy complimentary tea by herbalist Melanie Griffith while shopping, and look out for in-store residencies, pop-ups and workshops. Highland Park, notobotanics.com

5. Sonia Boyajian

Artist Sonia Boyajian’s gorgeous new store—created in collaboration with longtime friend Pamela Shamshiri—does more than house her statement-making handmade jewelry. It also serves as a studio and pop-up art gallery and contains residential touches throughout.
La Brea, soniabstyle.com



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Photography by: Just One Eye photo by John Linden; Sonia Boyajian photo
by Stephen Busken; Byredo photo courtesy of Byredo/Viviane Sassen