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Funky fabulous finds abound at these favorite fleas.

Melrose Trading Post

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The punk-rock spirit of nearby Melrose Avenue spills over to this eclectic weekly market held at (and benefiting) Fairfax High School, so it’s not unusual to find tattooed denizens hunting for vintage boots and Burning Man goggles. But you’ll also discover old-time treasures from art to furniture to jewelry and a swinging jazz band. Sundays, 9 a.m.–5 p.m., $3.

Best Flea Markets in Los Angeles

Melrose Trading Post

The punk-rock spirit of nearby Melrose Avenue spills over to this eclectic weekly market held at (and benefiting) Fairfax High School, so it’s not unusual to find tattooed denizens hunting for vintage boots and Burning Man goggles. But you’ll also discover old-time treasures from art to furniture to jewelry and a swinging jazz band. Sundays, 9 a.m.–5 p.m., $3.

Courtesy of Melrose Trading Post / Disregarden.com

Best Flea Markets in Los Angeles

Related: T+L's Guide to Shopping in Los Angeles

Mixing contemporary with vintage is a signature of Los Angeles style (both in fashion and home décor), and there’s perhaps no better place to hunt for that eclectic look than local flea markets. Hipsters, designers, and even celebs flock to these five for a cornucopia of funky finds.

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