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  • 1. American Rag Cie

    West Hollywood | Clothing

    Half the store features new clothing from established and emerging labels, while the other side is stocked with well-preserved vintage clothing...

    Half the store features new clothing from established and emerging labels, while the other side is stocked with well-preserved vintage clothing organized by color and style. You'll also find plenty of shoes and accessories being picked over by the hippest of Angelenos.

    150 S. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, California, 90036, USA
    323-935–3154
  • 2. Amoeba Records

    Hollywood | Music

    Touted as the "World's Largest Independent Record Store," Amoeba is a playground for music lovers, with a knowledgeable staff and a focus on...

    Touted as the "World's Largest Independent Record Store," Amoeba is a playground for music lovers, with a knowledgeable staff and a focus on local artists. Catch free in-store appearances and signings by artists and bands that play sold-out shows at venues down the road. There's a massive and eclectic collection of vinyl records, CDs, and cassette tapes, not to mention VHS tapes, DVDs, and Blu-Ray discs. It’s a paradise for both music and movie lovers.

    6400 W. Sunset Blvd., at Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 90028, USA
    323-245–6400
  • 3. Fred Segal

    West Hollywood | Clothing

    One of the most well-known boutiques in all of Los Angeles, Fred Segal is a fashion design mecca that has been clothing the rich, famous, and...

    One of the most well-known boutiques in all of Los Angeles, Fred Segal is a fashion design mecca that has been clothing the rich, famous, and their acolytes since the 1960s. Since moving from its original location on Melrose, the new flagship store sits atop Sunset Boulevard with more than 21,000 square feet of space that showcases innovative brands and high-end threads. Inside is also Tesse Café and Bakery, which offers fashionistas some fast casual fare as they peruse the merchandise.

    8500 Sunset Blvd. , Los Angeles, California, 90069, USA
    323-651–4129
  • 4. Malibu Country Mart

    Shopping Centers/Malls

    Stop by this outdoor outpost for the ultimate Malibu lifestyle experience, complete with browsing designer clothing (Rubin & Chapelle, Ron...

    Stop by this outdoor outpost for the ultimate Malibu lifestyle experience, complete with browsing designer clothing (Rubin & Chapelle, Ron Herman, or Madison) and eclectic California housewares and gifts (Malibu Colony Company), picking up body-boosting wellness goodies at SunLife Organics, and finishing the day off with dinner at long-standing eatery Tra di Noi, reputed to be a favorite of Barbra Streisand. If you can squeeze in a workout, there's a Pure Barre and a 5 Point Yoga to choose from, plus tarot readings at metaphysical outpost Malibu Shaman. Then reward yourself for your good health habits by stopping at K Chocolatier by Diane Krön for some of her famed truffles, derived from a Hungarian family recipe.

    3835 Cross Creek Rd., Malibu, California, 90265, USA
    310-456–7300
  • 5. Maxfield

    West Hollywood | Clothing

    This modern concrete structure is one of L.A.'s most desirable destinations for ultimate high fashion. The space is stocked with sleek offerings...

    This modern concrete structure is one of L.A.'s most desirable destinations for ultimate high fashion. The space is stocked with sleek offerings from Givenchy, Saint Laurent, Valentino, and Rick Owens, plus occasional pop-ups by fashion's labels-of-the-moment. For serious shoppers (or gawkers) only.

    8825 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, California, 90069, USA
    310-274–8800
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  • 6. Melrose Trading Post

    Fairfax District | Market

    Hollywood denizens love this hip market, where you're likely to find recycled rock T-shirts or some vinyl to complete your collection in addition...

    Hollywood denizens love this hip market, where you're likely to find recycled rock T-shirts or some vinyl to complete your collection in addition to antique furniture and quirky arts and crafts. Live music and fresh munchies entertain vintage hunters and collectors. The market is held 9 to 5 every Sunday—rain or shine—in Fairfax High School's parking lot and admission is $5.

    Fairfax Ave. and Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, California, 90046, USA
    323-655–7679
  • 7. Olvera Street

    Downtown | Neighborhoods

    Known as the birthplace of Los Angeles, this redbrick walkway is lined with historic buildings and overhung with grapevines. At dozens of clapboard...

    Known as the birthplace of Los Angeles, this redbrick walkway is lined with historic buildings and overhung with grapevines. At dozens of clapboard stalls you can browse south-of-the-border goods—leather sandals, woven blankets, and devotional candles, as well as cheap toys and souvenirs—and sample outstanding tacos. With the musicians and cafés providing the soundtrack, the area is constantly lively. Annual events include a tree lighting ceremony and Día de los Muertos celebrations.

    Between Cesar Chavez Ave. and Arcadia St., Los Angeles, California, 90012, USA
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  • 8. Rose Bowl Flea Market

    Market

    This massively popular flea market, which happens the second Sunday of each month (rain or shine), deservedly draws crowds that come for deals...

    This massively popular flea market, which happens the second Sunday of each month (rain or shine), deservedly draws crowds that come for deals on goods including mid-century furniture, vintage clothing, pop culture collectibles, books, and music. Food and drink options are on hand to keep shoppers satiated, and general admission is just $9, but VIP/early-bird options are available for a little extra dough. Bring cash to avoid an inevitable line at the ATM, and feel free to try your hand at haggling.

    1001 Rose Bowl Dr., Pasadena, California, 91103, USA
    323-560–7469
  • 9. Shareen

    Downtown | Clothing

    This vintage mecca is a must-stop for any vintage-loving lady (sorry, men are strictly forbidden here). A favorite for fashionable brides-to...

    This vintage mecca is a must-stop for any vintage-loving lady (sorry, men are strictly forbidden here). A favorite for fashionable brides-to-be, the massive, two-level warehouse space stocks mostly dresses organized into racks like day wear, cocktail frocks, prom dresses, '20s and '80s sequined pieces, and vintage bridal, but you can also shop the house line of vintage-inspired modern red carpet and bridal looks, and accessorize with separates (fur coats, bell bottoms, blouses), slips, scarves, and gloves. Shy types should be aware that there are no changing rooms; sling your stuff on one of the decorated beds or chairs and be ready to bare it all—but this is a safe space, so have no fear.

    1721 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, California, 90012, USA
  • 10. Agent Provocateur

    Beverly Hills | Clothing

    Garter belts, corsets, and pasties—oh my! Shoppers will find a playful mix of naughty and nice at this Beverly Hills outpost of the beloved...

    Garter belts, corsets, and pasties—oh my! Shoppers will find a playful mix of naughty and nice at this Beverly Hills outpost of the beloved lingerie brand. Yes, the boudoir items here range from lovely and lacy (slinky slips and plunging bras) to downright racy (handcuffs and body chains), but everything in the shop is without question beautifully made, which makes it a desirable shopping destination even for the shy set.

    242 N. Rodeo Dr., Beverly Hills, California, 90210, USA
    310-888–0050
  • 11. Alchemy Works

    Downtown | Clothing

    This beautifully curated shop specializes in goods by local brands including hats by Janessa Leone, jewelry by Gabriela Artigas, and bags by...

    This beautifully curated shop specializes in goods by local brands including hats by Janessa Leone, jewelry by Gabriela Artigas, and bags by Clare V., much of which is decidedly contemporary and minimal. There's also an in-store Warby Parker Glass House, where shoppers can try on different styles by the affordable eyewear brand. Besides wearables, Alchemy Works also offers housewares, apothecary items, books and magazines, and more must-haves for modern design lovers.

    826 E. 3rd St., Los Angeles, California, 90013, USA
    323-487–1497
  • 12. AllSaints Spitalfields

    Clothing

    The British store invaded Beverly Drive, bringing with it a rock-and-roll edge mixed with a dash of Downton Abbey. Look for leather biker jackets...

    The British store invaded Beverly Drive, bringing with it a rock-and-roll edge mixed with a dash of Downton Abbey. Look for leather biker jackets, tough shoes, edgy prints, and long sweaters and cardigans, which, worn correctly, let them know you're with the band.

    328–330 N. Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, California, 90210, USA
    310-432–8484
  • 13. Alo Yoga

    Beverly Hills | Clothing

    In a city that takes its yoga seriously, it only makes sense that this locally designed activewear brand would take its very first Los Angeles...

    In a city that takes its yoga seriously, it only makes sense that this locally designed activewear brand would take its very first Los Angeles storefront to the next level. For Alo Yoga's flagship, that means an 8,000-square-foot space complete with an organic coffee bar, kombucha on tap, and a rooftop deck that hosts daily sweat-and-stretch sessions. As for the clothing, the model-favorite line offers stylish leggings, sports bras, tanks, and more pieces that look as cool outside the fitness studio as they do during downward dog.

    370 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, California, 90210, USA
    310-295–1860
  • 14. Anto Distinctive Shirtmaker

    Clothing

    A who’s who of Hollywood's leading men, including Ryan Gosling and Tom Cruise, have been wearing Anto's bespoke shirts both on- and offscreen...

    A who’s who of Hollywood's leading men, including Ryan Gosling and Tom Cruise, have been wearing Anto's bespoke shirts both on- and offscreen since 1955. An expertly tailored, customized shirt from this iconic showroom is decidedly an investment piece (you'll need to make an appointment for that service ahead of time), but you can also shop ready-made ties and button-downs here if you're just dropping by. If you know your measurements, take a look at their website, where you can build custom shirts from scratch.

    258 N. Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, California, 90210, USA
    310-278–4500

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 15. Barneys New York

    Department Store

    This is truly an impressive one-stop shop for high fashion. Deal hunters will appreciate the co-op section, which introduces indie designers...

    This is truly an impressive one-stop shop for high fashion. Deal hunters will appreciate the co-op section, which introduces indie designers before they make it big. Shop for beauty products, shoes, and accessories on the first floor, then wind your way up the staircase for couture. Keep your eyes peeled for fabulous and/or famous folks spearing salads at Fred's on the top floor.

    9570 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, California, 90212, USA
    310-276–4400
  • 16. Beverly Center

    West Hollywood | Shopping Centers/Malls

    This eight-level shopping center is home to luxury retailers like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Salvatore Ferragamo but also offers plenty of outposts...

    This eight-level shopping center is home to luxury retailers like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Salvatore Ferragamo but also offers plenty of outposts for more affordable brands including Aldo, H&M, and Uniqlo. Don't miss the bevy of great dining options like Eggslut, an extraordinarily popular breakfast joint; Tocaya Organica, a modern Mexican concept with vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options; and Yardbird, a fried-chicken lovers' favorite, plus many, many more.

    8500 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 90048, USA
    310-854–0071
  • 17. Bijan

    Beverly Hills | Clothing

    The House of Bijan is hard to miss with its trademark canary yellow Bugatti or Rolls-Royce always parked right out front. Inside, a Mediterranean...

    The House of Bijan is hard to miss with its trademark canary yellow Bugatti or Rolls-Royce always parked right out front. Inside, a Mediterranean palazzo welcomes high-end menswear shoppers into what is billed as the most expensive store in the world (by appointment only, of course). Some of the famous clientele includes George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and, infamously, Paul Manafort.

    420 N. Rodeo Dr., Beverly Hills, California, 90210, USA
    310-273–6544
  • 18. Blackman Cruz

    West Hollywood | Antiques & Collectibles

    Not your grandmother's antiques shop, David Cruz and Adam Blackman's celebrity-loved shopping destination is known for selecting beautifully...

    Not your grandmother's antiques shop, David Cruz and Adam Blackman's celebrity-loved shopping destination is known for selecting beautifully offbeat pieces (there's no shortage of ceremonial masks and animal figurines at any given time) as well as fine European and Asian furniture from the 18th to the mid-20th century.

    836 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, California, 90038, USA
    310-657–9228

    Shop Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 19. Blastoff Comics

    North Hollywood | Books/Stationery

    Blastoff rises above L.A.’s collection of fantastic comic book stores. This is a wonderland for the serious collector, especially those looking...

    Blastoff rises above L.A.’s collection of fantastic comic book stores. This is a wonderland for the serious collector, especially those looking to dive deep into vintage and rare comics. New comics are also on offer and a friendly, knowledgeable staff makes this a must-visit for any comic fan.

    5118 Lankershim Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 91601, USA
    323-980–2665
  • 20. Book Soup

    West Hollywood | Books/Stationery

    One of the best independent bookstores in the country, Book Soup has been serving Angelenos since 1975. Given its Hollywood pedigree, it's especially...

    One of the best independent bookstores in the country, Book Soup has been serving Angelenos since 1975. Given its Hollywood pedigree, it's especially deep in books about film, music, art, and photography. Fringe benefits include an international newsstand, a bargain-book section, and author readings several times a week.

    8818 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 90069, USA
    310-659–3110

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