The Los Angeles fashion scene truncates the area starting at East Hollywood until it picks up with the higher-end storefronts on Melrose and in West Hollywood. Yet just tucked into the portion of East Hollywood known as Little Armenia, German designer Desiree Klein has set up a studio and concept boutique connecting the dots between Berlin and Los Angeles. Desireekleinstore shares in a similar vein to the nearby Weltenbuerger boutique, and expands on the premise of serving up a selection of customized, one-of-a-kind and immediate designs. Klein’s work comprises everything from outerwear to uncannily put together shirts that might be composed of four separate materials, but work all together as a distinct, cohesive canvas. Collaborating with local designer Jillian Cainghug of JFraiche, the two also offer bespoke styling services on the weekends. Together, their reinvention of materials pairs incredibly well to how they have set about reinventing a small corner of old Hollywood.