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.
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.
Mohawk General Store
This veritable treasure trove offers items like midcentury furniture and steel pendant lamps alongside vintage McIntosh record players and contemporary clothing.
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.