It was the clash of both worlds – the quirky and the sophisticated – that served as the nexus for Satine, Jeannie Lee’s Los Angeles-based unique luxury emporium. While street style blogs may be a dime a dozen these days, Satine was inspired by the real deal, the fashion forward cultures of Toyko, Paris, Sydney, New York, and LA. What started out as humble in their beginnings (they only stocked shoes and accessories) has since grown into one of the must-stop shopping destinations in Southern California. Don’t take our word for it? Just take a look through the pages of W, Nylon, Elle, WWD or Nylon for proof, as Lee’s high-end shop has been featured in the glossies more times than one can count. Satine stocks ready to wear directly from the runway (chic!!) as well as fledgling indie designers. Classic powerhouses such as Lanvin, Balenciaga, Isabel Marant, and Azzedine Alaïa mingle with cult labels including Tsumori Chisato, Rue du Mail, and Mirco Giovaninni, only adding to the burgeoning artistic LA design scene. One trip to Satine, and your preconceived notions will be dismissed faster than you can say Balmain! While Lee may not play by the rules, there’s one she abides by: she follows the trend only to break it, only stocking the hardest to find drool-worthy items. Amen sister!