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Shopping is one of the best activities in Los Angeles, whether it’s shopping for extravagant luxury goods in the World-Class Shopping Platinum Triangle in Beverly Hills or searching the unique piece through vintage stores in La Brea Avenue or Downtown LA.


Here’s a list of different shopping experience in LA.

World-Class Shopping Platinum Triangle in Beverly Hills : Famous Rodeo Dr

For jewelry, Beverly Hills Platinum Triangle offers choices like Geary’s, Cartier, Piaget, Van Cleef and Arpels, De Beers, Tiffany’s, Harry Winston, Patek Philippe…

For Women’s haute couture, Beverly Hills include flagship stores for Prada, Giorgio Armani, Dior, Chanel, Lanvin, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Valentino, Jimmy Choo…

Men’s fashion stores in Beverly Hills are also fantastic and include Brioni, Armani, Zegna, Hugo Boss, Lanvin, Dior, Stefano Ricci, Domenico Vacca and many more.

On the southwest of the Beverly Hills Platinum Triangle, you can find the most luxurious department stores, including Barney’s New York, Neiman Marcus and Sachs Fifth Avenue.

On South Beverly Drive, between Wilshire Boulevard and Gregory Way, there are many high-end boutique shops and restaurants to explore.

Century City Mall

Westfield Century City is a shopping mall in the Century City neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Offering a diverse mix of stores and eateries, this outdoor complex makes for an elegant experience. The shopping center has a luxurious, upscale vibe that appeals to both tourists and locals alike.

The mall is anchored by both Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s. Plus, it features more than 100 shops, catering to every style and need. For those of discerning taste, luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Swarovski Crystal, Tiffany & Co. and Movado are on-hand Contemporary clothing brands including Theory, Kate Spade, Madewell, Juicy Couture and True Religion are also on-premise, as are mall staples like Banana Republic, Bebe, Coach, Gap, H&M, J. Crew, Sephora and Victoria’s Secret.

The Grove

The Grove is a world-renowned shopping, dining and entertainment destination with unparalleled stores like Anthropologie, Apple, Michael Kors, Coach and Nordstrom. Guests are enamored with the old-fashioned trolley rides and magnificent dancing fountains that have become a “must see” in Los Angeles.

Beverly Center

Beverly Center is a famous premier fashion destination which consists of 160 distinctive specialty boutiques reflecting the diverse styles and tastes of Los Angeles, including Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Burberry, D&G, Macy’s, H&M, and California’s only Grand Lux Café. The Beverly Center is just minutes away from the affluent neighborhoods of Bel Air, Brentwood and West Los Angeles.

Santa Monica Place

Santa Monica Place is a modern shopping & dining destination located in the heart of Santa Monica. The contemporary mix of stores, restaurants & artisan market are designed as inspiration for your individuality. Located two blocks from the beach and just steps from Third Street Promenade, there is so much to explore so get lost in everything about Santa Monica.

Robertson Boulevard

Intermix and Kitson are local boutiques that have perfected the art of catering to celebrity clients right alongside the style-conscious everyman. Some of the best celebrity spotting is at the valet parking stands. Grab a table at The Ivy’s outdoor patio and mingle with Hollywood stars who frequently drop in on a break from shopping.

La Brea Avenue

La Brea avenue between Beverly Boulevard and West Third Street is a paradise for sneaker-obsessed hipsters, stationary enthusiasts and vintage-clothing shoppers.

West Third Street

This popular strip is one of the hottest shopping districts in LA. The entire section of West Third Street from La Cienega to Fairfax is walkable, making it a treat to park the car just once and step in and out of the boutiques that catch your eye.

Melrose Avenue and Melrose Place

Melrose Avenue Shops, Restaurants… Made famous from the television series Melrose Place, you will find a long street, encompassing many blocks of eclectic to chic shops, restaurants and drinking establishments. It is a colorful collection and not to be missed if you travel to LA.
Here’s a list of some shops and Café : Alexander McQueen, BCBG Maxazria, Diane von Furstenberg, Diesel, Helmut Lang, Fred Segal, Marc Jacobs, Urth café, Sportie LA, Vivienne Westwood, Isabel Marant…

Abbot Kinney Boulevard

Named for the mastermind behind the Venice canals, this legendary street runs through the heart of Venice and was named “The Coolest Block in America” in the 2012 GQ magazine Style Bible. The shopping is located between Main Street and North Venice Boulevard. Home décor shops, handmade furniture stores, vintage clothing sellers, surf shops, perfume shops and bookstores make this area as eclectic as any in Los Angeles. A former hangout for artist types and other hipsters, the area maintains a bit of an underground vibe, while catering to a clientele that’s in the know yet still a few tax brackets removed from the starving artist stage.

Montana Avenue

Estimates put the number of shops at more than 150 along this well-known street in Santa Monica. That translates to more choices than you can make in a single day. Most of the stores are privately owned boutiques or designer-label retail outlets selling couture that’s not widely available. The area is popular among the celebrity set and the well-heeled residents of nearby Brentwood. Situated between 7th and 17th streets, this shopping district offers block after block of boutiques selling everything from antiques to wines. In between, shops such as The Blue House and Hemisphere offer home furnishings, and since you’ll want to stay a while, there are many great places to eat, from cafés to sushi. Back home, you’d be lucky to find a handful of stores like this in an entire city. Here in LA, there’s a whole neighborhood full of them.

Malibu Country Mart at Cross Creek

In the heart of the Malibu Civic Center, nestled against the majestic mountains and just a stone’s throw from the beach lies the Malibu Country Mart, California’s premier location for shopping, dining, and relaxing. Removed from the stress and cookie-cutter selection of your typical shopping experience, the Malibu Country Mart features unique and upscale boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, and personal services set in an astoundingly beautiful atmosphere.

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