Quirky and fun. Great when shopping for a gift. Japanese owned and themed. They have mix of vintage clothes and contemporary.
Sister to Sunset's popular outlet, this ode to laidback hipsters is one of Little Tokyo's top destination shops..
Never mind the Mountain Dew can that doubles as a bong, there is some serious fashion to be found at Second Street's buzzing mainstay. In addition to the line of namesake Popkiller T-shirts, overly dyed-to-very-cool-effect military jackets, vintage flannel, Lucha Va Voom Mexican wrestling masks, Asian-inspired Rolling Stones concert tees and esoteric shirts referencing Philip Glass, moccasins, rain boots and 80/20 sneakers, there are gag gifts galore. Still, alongside the message lighters and "Blythe" dolls are stellar vintage and contemporary frocks, like a Rojas silver metallic dress and endless selections from local and Japanese designers. Vibrant sunglasses overflow on tabletops and there is a special glass case for pretty paraphernalia in the form of, uh, specialty pipes and incense.
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