Long before Los Angeles was known as a serious fashion destination, Maxfield established itself as the city’s go-to resource.
Here, drop-dead couture, ready-to-wear, and endless accessories from, well, decades past, change almost constantly.
This accessories-focused store prides itself on stocking a roster of fantastic young designers and exclusive one-of-a-kind collaborations.
Just One Eye
Tucked inside a landmark Art Deco building, this cult shop is a careful mix of super-luxe designer goods and rare works of art.
In recent years, this tiny three-block strip has transformed into one of the city's most exclusive shopping destinations.
Since opening in 1999, Twentieth has been considered to be one of L.A.’s top sources for high-end international design.
Apolis: Common Gallery
The warehouse-like space in Downtown L.A.’s Arts District is the first store for the socially minded menswear and accessories brand.
Curve x Tom Dixon
For his highly anticipated U.S. debut, famed British product designer Tom Dixon partnered with one of L.A.’s top style-setters: Nevena Borissova of the groundbreaking fashion boutique Curve.
Brentwood Country Mart
The historic open-air shopping center contains a careful mix of longtime tenants, ranging from luxury boutiques to artisanal decor.