Shop Ugly SweatersOwner of pop-up ugly sweater shop in Burbank called Shop Ugly Sweaters.
FROM Chisara Iwuagwu
Meet L.A.'s Ugly Sweater Queen By day Chisa Iwuagwu teaches in an elementary school. By night and weekend, she is the Ugly Sweater Queen, greeting anti-style seekers in a tiny pop-up storefront in Burbank, which grew out of demand for her vintage and handmade sweaters on Shop Ugly Sweaters.com. She and customer Gilbert Riposa tell DnA what makes a truly beautiful ugly sweater, and discuss why LA might be late to this particular trend.
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