Since leaving his native Australia in 1980, the musician Nick Cave has made his home in many cities, from London to Berlin to Brighton. But perhaps nowhere does his lushly dark aesthetic make more sense than in Los Angeles, where he now often spends time with his family. In Hollywood, it is easier to walk unnoticed down a street while wearing snakeskin shoes and handfuls of silver rings — as Cave is known to do — than in most other places, and the city shares many of the musician’s abiding preoccupations: religion, rock music, even moviemaking. Tomorrow, when Dover Street Market opens its much anticipated first West Coast store, in a cavernous 19,500-square-foot concrete space in downtown Los Angeles, a collection of specially made T-shirts will help mark the occasion. Cave is among the dozen or so brands and figures that will each contribute a design. His wife, the designer Susie Cave, will also have her work represented: The new Dover Street outpost will stock pieces from her cult clothing brand Vampire’s Wife, as well as her latest collection of gothic fine jewelry made in collaboration with the London-based label Annoushka. “DSM continues to be the coolest, classiest store on the planet,” the Caves told T in a joint statement, “It’s very exciting for us to involved with them.”