Nicole Richie's Guide To Vintage Shopping & More L.A. News



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From a quirky moustache competition to Nicole Richie's vintage shopping excursion, we spotted a handful of local headlines this week that we couldn't help but share with our fellow Angelenos. Read on to see what else made our short list.

One of our favorite arbiters of style, Nicole Richie gave Vogue.com the scoop on her favorite places to shop for vintage in L.A. The haunts that made her list? Playclothes, Shabon, and Resurrection. She also talked '70s fashion, jewelry, and borrowing clothes from her mom. (Vogue.com)

He creates some of the most eye-catching clothes and accessories out there, but Saint Laurent Creative Director Hedi Slimane is also an immensely talented photographer. The honorary Angeleno documented his adopted home (that would be L.A., of course), and the results are truly awesome. (Style.com)

Can you guess where the most expensive homes in the country are? With an average listing price of just over $2 million, Malibu took numero uno. Newport Beach and Pasadena also made the list. (L.A. Weekly)

Angelenos were well-represented at this year's World Beard and Moustache Championships in Germany last weekend — yes, it's a real thing! Several L.A. men made the journey across the Atlantic and took home top prizes for their impressive 'staches. How's that to kick off Movember? (L.A. Times)

Fact: There can never be too many rag & bone stores. The perennially cool label recently opened its second L.A. location in Brentwood (the first is in WeHo). The store opened quietly, but we have a feeling a celebratory shopping trip is in order. (Racked L.A.)