Located in Venice, CA overlooking Abbot Kinney Boulevard, The Atelier is our space where you can indulge in high end beauty treatments and services, restorative and energizing yoga and meditation sessions, curated community gatherings and an elevated lifestyle retail experience. Catering to a community of freethinking individuals, it’s a gathering spot where we create and collaborate with others.

Our always evolving showroom embodies laid back luxury through uniquely curated products, services, and events. You will find a mix of products offered, many of them vintage and one of a kind. Everything we sell is responsibly manufactured, ethically sourced and sustainably packaged without comprising on quality, aesthetics or efficacy.

Our innovative menu of transformative and restorative services are customized to each client’s needs and are supported by the finest natural, nontoxic beauty products for hair, skin and nails. We have an ever evolving calendar of events from pop ups with vintage clothing and jewelry brands to hair color classes, yoga and meditation workshops, visiting acupuncturists, healers, and tarot readers even the occasional tattoo artist.


As a lifestyle brand with its roots in beauty, we have a holistic approach to wellbeing and beauty focusing on clean, high performance products tailored to de-stress contemporary living. We are always on the search for products and services that perform while meeting our standards of being as good for the environment as they are for you. No nasty chemicals and wasteful packaging here.

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To us, wellness is the practice of attending to all aspects of our being - the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. We offer an elegantly unconventional menu of services, and a thoughtful line of products and events focused on wellness that will appeal to the bohemian beauty in all of us.

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Highbrow Hippie is a modern and eclectic lifestyle brand with elevated beauty, wellness and living choices for the conscious luxury consumer who embraces sustainability and social responsibility. We believe that the thread of conscious living runs through every aspect of our lives and that includes the items we bring into our home.

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Our Events

We have an ever evolving calendar of events from pop ups with vintage clothing and jewelry brands, yoga and meditation workshops. Due to COVID -19 we are doing virtual events on IG Live. Follow us @highbrowhippie to stay in the loop!



Kadi Lee, Ashley Pineda, Jenda Alcorn

Kadi Lee is a Los Angeles-based hair colorist. She specializes in balayage, color correction, color changes for film, and natural/organic hair color. Her current and past celeb clientele include Julia Roberts, Amber Valletta, Zoey Deutch, and Suki Waterhouse, amongst others. Her work has featured on the covers of publications like Vogue, Elle, Paper, Harper's Bazaar, InStyle, and Vanity Fair, and in major campaigns for brands such as Lancôme, Cover Girl, L'Oréal, Blumarine, Escada, and Aveeno. Lee was recently cited as “One to Watch” by Allure Magazine.



Hector Garcia, Liz Sustaita, Jenda Alcorn



Ashley Pineda

Just like the skin on the rest of your body, your scalp is subject to build up and has a direct  impact of the health of your hair. Created to address the most common scalp  issues, these treatments cleanse and rejuvenate the scalp removing build up and increasing circulation to the scalp resulting in healthier hair.



Myka Harris

A RYT-200 hour certified yoga teacher, Myka has been practicing yoga for over 15 years. The practice of yoga has been instrumental in her life and started her on the spiritual journey that she is on today.  In addition to yoga, she is an avid student of meditation and ritual and fully believes that we are responsible for creating our own lives and experiences.  Developed by Aadil Palkhivala, a student of B.K.S. Iyenagar in India from the age of 7, her yoga training is in the lineage of Iyengar and called Purna, which means complete in Sanskrit. For nearly forty years, Aadil has been regarded as a “teacher of teachers,” and many of the world’s top yoga instructors have studied with him. The 4 aspects of the practice are; Safety and Alignment-based Asana, Meditation, Philosophy and Nutrition and Lifestyle; which address all four aspects of our being: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.  When we feel lost, sad, confused, stuck, stiff, or are in pain, our bodies are telling us that we have lost contact with the most important part of us, our spirit. We must use our breath, movements, thoughts and feelings to welcome our spirit into our first and most important physical home, our bodies. Yoga teaches the mind, the body, and the emotions how to be at home with the spirit.  To be a teacher, you must be a student, so she is always digging deeper into her practice with continuing education, herbalism, crystals and breath work and brings elements of her own practice to each class.