Shopping in Los Angeles

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From the swanky designer stores of Rodeo drive to the quirky indie shops in Silverlake’s Sunset Junction, the best shopping in Los Angeles spans the ... Read More

From the swanky designer stores of Rodeo drive to the quirky indie shops in Silverlake’s Sunset Junction, the best shopping in Los Angeles spans the full spectrum of style.

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  • Aether

    Two full-sized garage doors open up onto La Brea, creating the ultimate modern man cave-vibe at the flagship Aether store. Their first L.A. retail space... Read More

  • American Rag Cie

    For that chic L.A. jeans-and-a-T-shirt look, American Rag is the de facto headquarters. The “World Denim Bar” annex stocks designer jeans in every color... Read More

  • Apolis

    Apolis, which means global citizen, offers socially conscious gear and grants individuals and communities around the world access to the international... Read More

  • Deus Ex Machina

    Likely the most masculine store in the city, the Australian-based Deus is the definition of a lifestyle brand. Their convivial shop—also known as The... Read More

  • Fred Segal

    For denim heads, a stop at Fred Segal is a must-do. Launched in 1960 as one of the first jeans-only stores, this upscale Los Angeles, California-based... Read More

  • Garrett Leight

    It's no surprise that this California-inspired eyewear and lifestyle brand is a huge success, as Leight is the son of the folks behind Oliver Peoples.... Read More

  • Heath Ceramics

    Known for iconic tableware that’s a favorite with modern-design fans and magazine prop stylists, the Heath shop on 3rd Street will give anyone design... Read More

  • Mohawk General Store

    This catch-all Echo Park boutique features clothing, shoes, swimwear, and lifestyle accessories for men and women. Owners Kevin and Bo Carney use their... Read More

  • Opening Ceremony

    Founded by California natives Carol Lim and Humberto Leon in New York's SoHo in 2002, Opening Ceremony now has locations all over the globe: including... Read More

  • Poketo

    There’s certainly no shortage of indie shopping in the Arts District. Over at Poketo, you’ll find quirky, design-forward homewares, books, stationary,... Read More

  • Reform School

    True to its indie spirit, this Silverlake store offers art prints, home decor, toys, and gifts handmade by locals. The Sunset Juncion space is also... Read More

  • The Grove

    If there's anything that makes a mall tolerable, it's bringing it outdoors. The Grove boasts all the major brands al fresco, from Unionmade to Nordstrom... Read More

  • Tortoise General Store

    Keiko and Taku Shinimoto, the husband and wife team behind this Venice shop, have been dedicated to Japanese artists and techniques ever since they... Read More

  • William B and Friends

    If you're looking for the perfect flouncy dress for a last-minute event or a practical California souvenir, pop into William B. Their women's clothing... Read More

  • Wittmore

    The Wittmore has two shops, one on the bustling shopping hub of 3rd Street, and a second in the blossoming Arts District. Both shops focus on clean,... Read More

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