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Hannah Henderson of General Store Makes Us Swoon

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    Sure, we love us some grade-A street-style pics. That said, there's nothing like meeting someone in the flesh and really, truly, falling out-of-the-park in love with their unique je ne sais quoi. Enter, Hannah Henderson.

    In 2012, after getting to know Serena Mitnik-Miller and Mason St. Pete — the couple behind San Francisco's beloved General Store — Henderson and her longtime love John Moore partnered with the couple and opened up a second location in Venice Beach, CA. Practically overnight, the store became a favorite amongst L.A.'s most fashion-forward. It's home to all things covetable, from the sweetest, gold link bracelet for a best friend's birthday to that perfect pair of torn-up, vintage cutoffs that you've searched every vintage store in East L.A. for. Plus, a million other home curiosities, stunning vintage dresses, amazing works by local artists, all natural bath products, and hand-dyed indigo table cloths.

    But, aside from an impeccably curated Venice Beach boutique and a successful partnership with her love (and father of their two beautiful children), Henderson just so happens to possess that rare, incredibly selective, carefree, timeless stye that trumps just about every current trend out there. To put it bluntly, she is — without a doubt — one to watch. Now go and click through to see for yourself.

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