Shop—and spa—till you drop at ROW DTLA (rowdtla.com), where a slew of new openings enrich the center’s already-fab lineup.
Designer Andrea Pitter’s shop, Pantora, recently opened at ROW DTLA PHOTO COURTESY OF ROW DTLA
SoCal-based Fashionphile— an online platform for buying and selling preowned luxury goods from Hermès, Chanel, Gucci and more—has set up a gorgeous pop-up shop, offering a beautifully curated edit of bags and other small accessories. A permanent selling studio and an office space are set to open soon. fashionphile.com
2. Jean-Pascal Florist
In 2017, florist Jean-Pascal Lemire moved to Southern California, where he wowed the community with his contemporary, artistic approach. Now, Angelenos can soak in his alluring aesthetic at his new shop, filled with fresh blooms and exquisite bouquets, plus a selection of candles, books and other curiosities. jeanpascallemire.com
Fashionphile’s pop-up shop. PHOTO COURTESY OF ROW DTLA
Designer Andrea Pitter—who rose to fame as the beloved season two winner of Amazon’s Making the Cut—recently opened Pantora, her brick-and-mortar that houses her bold yet approachable clothing collection. Look out for a mix of cozy printed sweats, chic coats, sexy jumpsuits and more. pantora.com
Powder Beauty Co. founder Joy Terrell worked with interior designer Imerio Palumbo to create a gorgeous space inspired by world travel PHOTO COURTESY OF ROW DTLA
4. Powder Beauty Co.
Adding to the ROW’s collective of personal care stops—including The Things We Do, The Bartholomew Method and Nova Arts Salon—is Powder Beauty Co., a chic, art-filled nail salon that offers mani-pedis using nontoxic soft gel polish, dip powder and more. Upon arrival, guests are greeted with a glass of wine, making what’s ordinarily mundane maintenance something truly relaxing and special. powderbeautyco.com 5. Tried and True Nostalgia reigns supreme at the Tried and True pop-up, which will be open through the holiday season. Stop into the L.A.-based brand’s general store to peruse vintage tees, sweatshirts and more from the ’80s and ’90s, supersoft relics that, like everything else that was once hot, is back in style once again. triedandtrueco.com