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Just One Eye

7000 Romaine Street
| +1 323-969-9129
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Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States
Just One Eye Los Angeles California United States

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Mon - Sat 10am - 7pm

Just One Eye

This shop took over one of Los Angeles’s most iconic buildings when it opened in 2012—the art deco–styled former headquarters of business magnate Howard Hughes. But Just One Eye’s pioneering founder, Paola Russo, has managed to put her own original stamp on the space. The luxury concept store is arranged like a gallery, showcasing rare and one-of-a-kind editions of clothing, jewelry, vintage furniture, and contemporary works by such artists as Takashi Murakami. Finds range from crocodile backpacks designed in collaboration with the Row and artist Damien Hirst to a survival kit created with input from the Navy Seals. Over the years, Just One Eye has grown and evolved with shops-in-shops. Installations may feature gowns by Alexandre Vauthier—French haute couture designs sold since the store’s beginning—or Daniela Villegas’s playful jewelry inspired by nature. Somehow both intimate and grand, the eclectic boutique is decidedly gallery-like, but approachable, too. Knowledgeable staff act almost as docents, guiding customers one-on-one and offering them coffee. Insiders’ tip: Valet parking is complimentary, helping to assuage any guilt over splurging on that Gucci bag.