It’s a stylish, modern woman’s conundrum: you’ve got your work wardrobe, your casual weekend wear, your cocktail attire and your travel gear, but what to do when you want to indulge your inner bohemian? The answer – well, imagine a label made for the worldly wanderer, but glam it up and give it a Fifth Avenue or Beverly Hills price tag, and then you’ve got the makings of Haute Hippie, designer Trish Wescoat Pound’s vision for the ‘Global Nomad’ lifestyle – elevated to high fashion heights.
Made for the eclectic, chic, and well-travelled woman, the boho brand opened its first ever West Coast boutique on the Sunset strip in December; a 1,725 sq foot space that pays tribute to the luxe aesthetic with antique chandeliers and mirrors, and shearling and cowhide accents throughout. Since its founding over five years ago HH has become known for its heavy use of embellishments from sequins to lace and beading, and as such you’ll currently find seasonal pieces like the embellished fringed vest, pleated lace dress, and ikat printed shorts from the Resort 2014 collection, as well as a unique selection of one-of-a-kind pieces including a handful of red carpet-ready evening gowns. Upscale hippie meets L.A. – an effortless match!
8605 W Sunset Blvd / WeHo / +1 310 659 9425 / hautehippie.com