The Webster store, Los Angeles – California

October 8th, 2016 by retail design blog

When in Los Angeles, it’s the best excuse to wander off the downtrodden shopping trails of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood for. We’re talking the Webster’s newly opened outpost in Costa Mesa. Well-known in savvy fashion circles for razor-sharp women’s and men’s collections curated by Owner Laure Hédiard-Dubreuil, the store has picked a location at South Coast Plaza, a preferred destination for the area’s well-heeled, to present its hailed mix of styles and brands.

Very similarly, the interior design is carefully balanced affair with homey touches, creating a sophisticated, salon-like atmosphere. Furnishings comprise of both custom and antique furniture pieces by well-known designers from across the planet, including Kazuhide Takahama, Nada Debs and Milo Boughman.

Adding up to the sophisticated vibe are a number of carefully sourced artworks. As said, the Webster is known for its collections, and the new boutique obviously honours that reputation, stocking both forward and niche brands such as Off-White, Proenza Schouler, Dior, Olympia Le-Tan, and Thom Browne.

Photography: Jeri Koegel





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