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Carl Louisville of Carl's Atelier is One of Angeleno's Men of Style

By Laura Eckstein Jones | April 15, 2020 | People

When retail pioneer Carl Louisville opened his fashion, art and design gallery Carl’s Atelier at Westfield Century City a year ago, he had no idea how quickly it would catch on. “I actually had something to say about culture, lifestyle and luxury,” says the New Orleans native, who recently opened a second location of his shop at The Village at Westfield Topanga. “My work is what I wear,” explains Louisville, who regularly dons bespoke pieces by designers carried in his stores, like Luca Grassia and Sydney-based Atelier Stefani. “I only work with brands that speak to my conversation about luxury or elevate it. I love beautiful fits and beautiful tailoring,” he explains. “When those are all present, you can mix and match to no end. Style is forever, not for the season.”

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Bespoke suit, Luca Grassia; shirt, T-Michael; hat, Meshika; boots, Atelier Stefani; jewelry, Will Hanigan.

My style hero is André Leon Talley.

Hot yoga changed my life.

My fashion splurge is Rick Owens.

My earliest memory is the way my mother was always meticulously put-together.

My three wishes are love, peace and happiness, always!

In the next year I hope to open Carl’s Atelier NYC.

Jose at Jodari Tailoring Services on Beverly Drive is the best tailor in town.

My favorite shop in L.A. is American Rag Cie.

Silk or suede? Both!

A man is not fully dressed without his confidence.



Photography by: Photographed by the Riker brothers
Shot on Location at h Club Los Angeles