The new store is at 1318 E. 7th St., Unit 120, in Los Angeles and will be open on Sundays during October before moving to a daily schedule starting in November.

Northern Californian designer Erica Tanov shifted her sights south last month and opened a boutique at retail and entertaining complex the Row DTLA in Los Angeles. The 650-square-foot space is the latest in Tanov’s retail portfolio — her other standalone boutiques are in Berkeley and Marin, Calif. Tanov sells her eponymous fashion, accessories and home pieces, and she also champions the work of other designers such as lingerie brands Vivien Ramsay and Araks, footwear from Officine Creative and fashion from Elsa Esturgie.

For fall 2017, Tanov perpetuates her signature look of delicate, artisanal layers. Colors such as pallid rose and chartreuse are inflected with gold, and prints are inspired by nature. Expect to pay about $400 for a crepe de chine blouse or $1,100 for a metallic tapestry coat with bell sleeves.

Los Angeles boutique the Local 132 by General Pants Co. debuted a limited-edition Travis Scott X Ksubi capsule collection on Thursday. Australian fashion label Ksubi teamed up with musician Scott, who’s dating Kylie Jenner, to launch the 10-piece line. Those predicting rapper-stylized bling and bomber jackets won’t be disappointed. There are pieces with flaming skulls and dollar signs; distressed denim jeans and jackets with shredded collars; and faded-looking cross symbols on the “Higher Than Heaven” black bomber jackets. Scott has been posting photos of himself wearing the products to his millions of social media followers, bolstering the hype.

Prices of pieces in the collection go from $120 for a T-shirt to $450 for bomber jackets. For those who might get to the L.A. boutique after the collection sells out, you’re in luck.