Mar 17, 2017 | By Sidney Morgan-Petro
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Downtown L.A.’s Arts District is home to a slew of new restaurants and boutiques, all drawn to the area’s affordable rents and its status as an up-and-coming neighborhood. The latest spot to open up: Guerilla Atelier, a month long pop-up shop. Brought to you by Carl Louisville (known as the “mayor of Rodeo Drive” for his extensive knowledge of Beverly Hills’ luxe shopping stretch), this airy and industrial shop stocks artfully merchandised apparel, accessories, furniture and home goods from Beckley, Mister Freedom, and Melissa McClure. There are French vases from Ecustom, handmade Italian clothing from Borelli, and a selection of items from Paris-based Venus et Judes, carried nowhere else in the states. So if you’re in Los Angeles anytime from now until June 17th, check out Guerilla Atelier for an upscale experience in one of the city’s coolest neighborhoods. —Ashley Churchill
821 East 3rd Street, Los Angeles
Open Monday Sat-11:30AM-6PM, Sunday 12PM-5PM
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