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Where Do Los Angelenos Buy Life Essentials? The Apartment by The Line

Where Do Los Angelenos Buy Life Essentials? The Apartment by The Line
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Fresh off the success of its New York location, The Apartment by The Line opened its first West Coast outpost last fall on super-posh Melrose Place in West Hollywood. The sleek atelier is laid out like a a real living space and, while you can’t move into the luxurious, minimalist haven, you can steal its style: Everything is for sale, from the vintage Moroccan rug in the bedroom to the J.W. Anderson top hanging in the enviable walk-in closet. Even the Morihata charcoal toothbrush and Marvis toothpaste in the faux bathroom are up for grabs. 

The serene, sunlight-filled shop specializes in pared-down, scaled-back luxury. Co-founded by Vanessa Traina, who curates the space along with co-creative director Melanie Glass, it is carefully edited down to ultra-luxe wardrobe staples and a refined mix of home and beauty goods from established designers and emerging brands, including Protagonist and J.F. Chen, Rodin, and Sunday Riley. The selection will evolve on a seasonal basis, but will remain a focused, relaxed chic.

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Aside from being the perfect spot to wander around and lust after everything, The Apartment also offers personal appointments and bespoke services such as wardrobe consulting and interior styling. Bonus: It’s across the street from Alfred Coffee, so after you’ve soaked up all of The Apartment's beauty, grab a Stumptown cold brew to go, refuel and continue on your shopping quest.

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The Apartment by The Line, 8463 Melrose Pl., 2nd fl.; 323-746-5056; theline.com

 
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