March is Women’s History Month, so ROW DTLA is celebrating the spirited ladies of the Collective who make it happen every day. Visit any of their respective boutiques, and you’re sure to find something beautifully designed with your closet, home or office in mind.
And feel-good bonus? Every buy means you’re supporting the fempire.
Rose Apodaca | A+R
Formerly an editor at WWD and W, Rose Apodaca’s foray into lifestyle and global design with husband Andy Griffith has become LA’s favorite boutique stop for modern furniture, accessories, lighting, and décor for over ten years. Come in to A+R at ROW DTLA for a piece that’s as effortlessly cool as you (and her).
Miriam Yoo | Flask & Field
Miriam Yoo’s past as an entertainment attorney explains her foray into wine at her shop, Flask & Field. Every bottle isn’t just curated; it’s thoroughly vetted. Flask & Field is your stop for bespoke home and kitchen items that look as good as the wine you’ll select tastes. Stop in and see what it means to break the legal limit for cool.
Ahlem Manai-Platt | AHLEM Eyewear
AHLEM eyewear founder Ahlem Manai-Platt understands the alignment of beauty and functionality when it comes to the perfect pair of glasses. That’s why any frame you buy at AHLEM is crafted entirely by hand, in France, with meticulous attention to detail. So you can look as good as you see.
Chef Kuniko Yagi | Pikunico
Chef Kuniko Yagi began her culinary career at Sona and Comme Ca before returning to her Japanese roots with Pikunico, a nod to the art of “karaage” (Japanese-style fried chicken), created with the best local ingredients and served in a casual setting. Sit, eat and enjoy as Yagi puts the “comfort” back in food.
Erica Tanov | Erica Tanov
Erica Tanov’s boutique at ROW DTLA is nothing short of extraordinary. A study in Tanov’s history at Parsons and then Rebecca Moses, her collections embrace the finest craftsmanship without the fuss, resulting in clothes, jewelry, and home goods that are perfectly relaxed. Visit and find that one of kind something for you and yours.
Charlotte Stone | Charlotte Stone
Charlotte Stone’s shoes are the culmination of a childhood spent amongst a family of designers and an education in Italian footwear. Stone’s shoes are stylish yet affordable, comfortable yet meticulously crafted, and go easily from day to night. Stop in, try on, and have a guaranteed Cinderella moment.
Diana Ra | dRA
dRA is Diana Ra’s independent boutique specializing in her unique brand of spirited women’s apparel and accessories. Having designed at Arden B, Lucky Brand, and more, Ra’s clothing is meant to personify the complexities of the modern wardrobe, while simplifying your choice in beautiful closet staples. Come in and see what dRA is made of.
Vanessa Lee | The Things We Do
Vanessa Lee may in fact be Hollywood’s best keep secret. At The Things We Do, Lee’s beauty concept bar at ROW DTLA, Lee is dedicated giving you natural, but transformative results by creating an individualized beauty plan focused on facial harmony. It’s the perfect way to glow up and celebrate your inner beauty too.
Dechel McKillian | Galerie.LA
Galerie.LA at ROW DTLA is Dechel McKillian’s first official brick-and-mortar space dedicated to bridging the gap between sustainable fashion and experiential entertainment. Dechel’s hand-selected pieces from emerging brands focus on integrity, in addition to in-store events that will change the way you think. Come in to get and wear woke.
Geraldine Chung | LCD
Inspired by contemporary art, street culture and menswear, Geraldine Chung’s mission with her boutique, LCD, is to discover fresh, independent designers with a unique pov. Chung’s collabs with photographers, musicians and jewelry artists are legendary, as are her pieces. Stop in and see what Venice has been talking about since 2012.
Ola Omami | OMAMImini
Ola Omami’s vision for OMAMImini is exactly as stated. She wants fashion loving parents to be able to extend their style to their just-as-hip children, lovingly creating pieces that are both simple and sophisticated for their “minis.” And OMAMImini manufactures in the US, meaning your toddler’s capsule wardrobe is about to be cool and of service.
Whitney Bickers | Myrtle
Myrtle boutique is named for Whitney Bickers’ great-great-grandmother, implying every piece is a celebration of both women and history. An indie designer empowered by and to other women, Bickers new ROW DTLA location also boasts a houseline focused on deadstock fabrics. It’s a look fem, love fem kind of place.
Mel Keedle & Ana Henton | Still Life Ceramics
Ana Henton and Mel Keedle threw caution to the wheel in their co-founding of Still Life Ceramics, a place where anything feels possible. Still Life Ceramics combines Mel’s experience as a potter with Ana’s training as an architect, and the resulting pieces are anything but “beach house.” We promise you won’t leave empty-handed.
Cherin Choi | Nova Arts Salon
Cherin Choi knows good hair. A graduate of Toni & Guy and the Neil George Salon, she co-founded Nova Arts Salon with Sal Salcedo as a space to create, define and express yourself through that beautiful mane. Using a natural approach to cut and color, Choi guarantees you’ll leave feeling like a better version of yourself. On a good hair day of course.
Melissa Perello | M. Georgina
M. Georgina brings Chef Melissa Perello’s special brand of Michelin star excellence to ROW DTLA for the very first time. Her previous ventures, Frances and Octavia, were award winners, and with a focus on an approachable-yet-elevated use of seasonal, responsibly sourced ingredients, a dining experience at M. Georgina is one you won’t soon forget.
Juliana Rudell Di Simone | tokyobike
Juliana Rudell Di Simone is a Brazilian model, designer and business owner who lives and works between New York City and Los Angeles. Juliana’s education spans several continents with a BA in Advertising and Publicity from Universidad Positivo in Brazil and an MA in International Marketing Communications from École Supérieure de Commerce et Management in France. In addition to working as a professional model for brands ranging from Rag and Bone to Nivea, Juliana launched and leads the efforts of the international bicycle and lifestyle brand tokyobike in the Americas.