Vanessa Seward opens Los Angeles store

Launching in 2014, the eponymous label by Vanessa Seward is expanding its retail presence. The ready-to-wear womenswear brand, released with the support of French brand A.P.C., has recently opened its third namesake store.

After bowing two boutiques in Paris in 2015 and early 2016, the first on rue d'Alger and the second on boulevard des Filles-du-Calvaire, Vanessa Seward has packed her bags and crossed the Atlantic, setting up shop in Los Angeles. 

The Californian storeshopfront - Vanessa Seward
Opening July 20, the new Californian store covers 90 square metres, and is located at 8407 Melrose Place. With the interior design lead by architect Laurent Deroo, the same creative behind the A.P.C stores, the Los Angeles store takes on the layout and key design elements found within its Paris stores: marble and other mineral materials, midnight blue walls, copper details and a wooden ceiling. 
In addition to the three standalone stores, the high end, seventies-inspired womenswear label is currently stocked in multibrand boutiques and department stores. Around 20 A.P.C stores also sell the label.

Inside the Los Angeles store designed by Laurent Deroo - Vanessa Seward
Before the new Los Angeles store, Vanessa Seward only available in the U.S. through A.P.C. stores in New York, as well as the recently opened store in San Francisco, thanks to the support of A.P.C's founder, Jean Touitou. 

Seward, the former artistic director at Azzaro, first started collaborating with A.P.C. via random capsule collections, before launching her very own label.

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