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Type: Shopping Districts, Young and Trendy Clothing
Start out near the Beverly Center and La Cienega Boulevard and you'll find some of the world's top designers on Melrose Avenue, including Vivienne Westwood and Paul Smith as well as Decades... Read More
Start out near the Beverly Center and La Cienega Boulevard and you'll find some of the world's top designers on Melrose Avenue, including Vivienne Westwood and Paul Smith as well as Decades consignment shop, where couture brands get a second time around. Continue on towards La Brea Boulevard and the shops change, transforming into funky, edgy boutiques packed with reasonably priced, trendy outfits. So whether you've got a punk sensibility or a more elegant sense of style, there is a retail outlet somewhere on Melrose Avenue that will yield up a treasure. And part of the fun is spending a day meandering along the very-long street (you'll have to drive to see it all), making unique discoveries along the way. Also, be sure to check out Supreme and Dolls Kill a few blocks south of Melrose on Fairfax, where lines form when either clothing shop has a special release on offer.
Melrose Ave at La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90069
- Best Shopping: "Choose your style, for Melrose near La Cienega Boulevard sports very high-end shops, while the further east you go, the edgier and funkier the boutiques get."
- Recommended as Best Shopping Because: Always a street where imaginations have run wild, Melrose Avenue is a heady blend of top-dollar boutiques and slightly grungy T-shirt shops.
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