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Shopper’s Diary: Iko Iko in Los Angeles

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Shopper’s Diary: Iko Iko in Los Angeles

Sarah Lonsdale March 23, 2011

Located on Sunset Boulevard in Angelino Heights, Iko Iko is the brainchild of clothing designer Kristin Dickson (who designs her line, Rowena Sartin, in a workspace behind the shop). The wares include an eclectic range of crafts, curiosities, and clothing (as well as pieces of Shin Okuda’s Waka Waka custom furniture). Iko Iko is also a venue for various artistic endeavors, including music, readings, and felting sessions. Dickson and Okuda recently took a trip to Japan, and the store is currently featuring many of the finds brought back from their travels.

Above: The shop interior features a mix of goods, displayed in an offhand manner.

Above: The antiqued tin or brass Appetizer Fork & Spoon Set (found in Kyoto) is $45.

Above: Indigo dyed linen Placemat Set ($34 for a pair) and Napkin Set ($22 for a pair). The Oak Napkin Holders are $50 for a set of two.

Above: Hess jugs by Matt Merkel.

Photos via Echo Park Now, Sight Unseen, You Have Been Here Sometime.

Product Summary  

Pitchers & Carafes

Hess Jugs

$85.00 USD from Iko Iko Space

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