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27 Reminders That Kitson Was The Hottest Celeb Spot Of The '00s

Remember when you wanted to go there to get a Kabbalah red string bracelet and a Mrs. Kutcher T-shirt?

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If you flipped through an Us Weekly or read a celeb gossip blog in the 2000s, then you probably remember the oh-so-trendy shop and celeb hangout spot called Kitson.

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The store was located on L.A.'s Robertson Blvd. across from another favorite celeb hangout, The Ivy.

1. First and foremost the store is probably most synonymous with Paris Hilton, who practically lived there.

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Maybe she owned stock in it? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

2. She'd even bring everyone's favorite Hilton, Tinker Bell, with her on shopping sprees.

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RIP Tinker Bell. You were the most fabulous dog of the '00s!

3. And of course, Kitson also sold lots of Paris related stuff, like her book Confessions of An Heiress.

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Kitson also used to sell her now basically T.J. Maxx exclusive perfume, Paris Hilton.

4. Paris' former BFF Nicole Richie was also a regular there — as seen below looking like the epitome of 2005 cool with her hot pink Razr.

9. While Victoria Beckham promoted her Rock & Republic collab denim line there.

Rhinestone-encrusted jeans were the shit for a like a sec! Even if they did look like trash. 😑

11. While Brandon Routh and Kate Bosworth promoted the release of Superman Returns.

In case you forgot, there was a Superman movie in 2006 that starred these two!

12. It was also a place were you could pick up things like those Kabbalah red string bracelets...

Remember those?

15. Even Tweety sold his swag there! Here he is posing with a fan.

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And in case you where wondering, Tweety's line was called "Natural Blonde."

Sadly (maybe?), Kitson went the way of Juicy Couture track suits and Von Dutch trucker hats, and closed its doors earlier this year after 15 years of business.

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The end of an era. At least we'll always have the thousands of photos of Paris shopping there!

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