LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions) 6522 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90028 Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions opened in 1978. A small group of artists was looking for a spacious, inexpensive…More place to house its growing bodies of work and realized there were likely many local artists in need of the same. Today LACE has more than 3,000 events under its belt. More than 5,000 artists have come through here, including those who went on to garner notoriety such as Barbara Kruger, Tony Oursler and John Baldessari. All types of of pieces appear here, including video and digital works, performance art, installations and much more. LACE is a nonprofit organization, and placement in the gallery is normally free or inexpensive.
Grau Design 6679 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90028 Grau Design offers an extensive selection of eclectic and fun clothing for women. Popular items include vests, jackets,…More Cashmere tops, sweaters, tie-dye dresses, leaf-color coats and various Lace pieces. The store also features a line of men's shirts and silk scarves. Located east of Highland Avenue, Grau Design is open by appointment only.
Pom Pom At Home 1401 N la Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 At Pom Pom At Home, Hilde & Samuel Leiaghat want to set you up similar to the way they are: surrounded by beautiful…More things. Since 1989, the Belgian natives have sold "everything linen" out of this cute antique-looking shop at La Brea and De Longpre in West Hollywood. They selling linings for adult beds as well as baby cribs made with exotic fabrics, 100% linen, hand-crocheted lace and delicate embroidery. The Leiaghats intend for their products to evoke a sense of "romantic glamour, peaceful memories, gentleness and freshness." Walking through the outside garden into a linen-draped office, that tall order is achieved. Buy their products online or in showrooms nationwide.