By  on June 8, 2018

On a quiet commercial stretch north of downtown Los Angeles, in real estate parlance the “up-and-coming” neighborhood of Glassell Park, there’s a former automotive shop, unremarkable yet easy to spot because of its all-white exterior, where high-end niche designer and streetwear garments and bags are being turned out from sample to shipment.

These include David de Rothschild’s luxe, eco-conscious men’s wear line Lost Explorer, and Reese Cooper, designed by the 20-year-old influencer whose debut showing in Paris in January incited a frenzy among retailers such as Barneys New York.

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