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ReForm School (CLOSED)

Shopping, Gifts and stationery Silver Lake
4 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)
 (Photograph: Courtesy ReForm School)
Photograph: Courtesy ReForm School
 (Photograph: Courtesy ReForm School)
Photograph: Courtesy ReForm School
 (Photograph: Courtesy ReForm School)
Photograph: Courtesy ReForm School

Check out this gift shop for that one-of-a-kind finds—from kitschy cameras to vintage goods, and everything in between. Shop a selection of handmade and unique items, which include fun trinkets for the home or school, jewelry, vintage dresses and more. Also check out the art (think: original prints and posters) from local and traveling artists.


Venue name: ReForm School (CLOSED)
Address: 3902 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Mon-Thu noon-7pm; Fri-Sat 10am-7pm; Sun 10am-6pm
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4.3 / 5

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When I have fully grown into an elegant, soulful woman, redolent of sandalwood, working at my pottery wheel, I intend to glance around my succulent-covered bungalow and see a great many items picked up from ReForm School and YES. Art pieces, thoughtful publications and other objects tied together with a style suggestive of glamping and the 1970s. 


Reform School is one of my favorite shops in the city. The curation of goods feels so personal, probably because owners Tootie and Billie actually spend lots of time in the space (they even host their ukulele orchestra practice there!), getting to know their customers, neighbors and makers. The store has had many looks over the years (from school desks to teepees) and has hosted many pop-ups such as YES vintage clothing and the new Andpens annex. Every time I visit there’s something brand new going on, but Tootie, Billie, the staff and the store feel like old familiar friends.