The latest store info and sidewalk scenes from street-obsessed Racked LA, the newest member of the Curbed family.
FAIRFAX: Some parking meters get bejeweled, others get wrapped. Streetwear label and shop Alife on Fairfax has styled the meter in front of its shop to a stickered state of Alife-ness. "That's what you call a quick, easy and cheap marketing/advertising/branding job," writes Racked LA. How about turning some of these meters over to local LA artists?
LOS ANGELES: Fresh today, the latest from the city's iPhone lines: "The Grove Apple Store: "Limited stock of all models. "There is a line and we suggest if you're going to come down, you come now." Beverly Center Apple Store: Black 8 gig and white 16 gig are in stock. "This is the shortest line I've seen—it's maybe 1/2 hour or 45 minutes right now."
DOWNTOWN: Location: Rooftop at The Standard Hotel Downtown. What it was: Three-L.A.’s second launch, the Alexandria Collection. Review: "The simple addition of multiple buttons—which made the whole collection less seventies and more sailor-y—gave new life to the high-waisted denim trend." Swanky.
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