Located west of LA is the Camarillo shopping mall. It's huge and has a large number of your (well my) favourite brands incl North Face, New Balance and Vans. Lots and lots to keep boys and girls of... more
FABRIC, and discounted designer inspired items for a small fraction of the price. There is every type of fabric that you could imagine here, all on the tall 60" bolts. There are stores that have $1 a... more
Nothing fancy here at all, just grand convenience stores when traveling downtown. It took a while but downtown L.A. finally has mainstream drug stores for its people.
Rite Aid Locations:
501 S.... more
This is actually about a service called Fashion Buddy...the website is www.fashionbuddy.net. I've had a great experience with it and it would be useful for anyone coming in from out of town who wants... more
The whole area is not pretty like Beverly Hills but is relatively safe to stroll and has the better prices for precious pieces of jewelry. There are many options of dealer shops to see when you get... more
If you could only go to one shopping center in Los Angeles, it should be this one! A combination of modern retail mall experience along with the old original Farmers Market, this place has so much for... more
As for shopping....Melrose is great. I don't think the Beverly Center is all that impressive. It's an older mall...kind of dated. You may want to look into the outdoor walking malls such as "The... more
LA is a place that's easy to find great shopping attractions. From Robertson Blvd to Century City mall to sprawling centers everywhere north, south, east and west, it's really hard to distinguish... more
The biggest mall L.A has to offer, you can hardly miss it as you drive down beverly blvd.
It has macys on one end and bloomingdales at the other and housing every other store inbetween.
As seen is... more
On the corner of Broadway and Alpine in Chinatown, tucked behind the Chinese medicine and trinket shops, is a block-sized stall mall, usually with very good prices. There are 4 entrances to the mall,... more
Save your money and buy all those vacation t-shirts, postcards, and trinkets at Venice Beach. It is the cheapest place for everything from t-shirts to vintage clothing. It's also an awesome place just... more
The kids are into this scene called Goth. They wear nothing but black articles of clothing, have white, white faces with black, black eye treatments and black lipstick, black nail polish, wear skinny... more
This is a very sweet lingerie shop. It is alot of fun to shop here and worth a stop for that souvenir from Silver Lake any man would love.
The collection of brands and items is what sets Panty Raid... more
Apparently, Rolling Stone Magazine called this music outlet "The world's greatest record store". A big pronouncement. Justified, by the way.
I've traveled a decent amount and I have never found a... more
This is a huge warehouse style electronics shop that most likely will have what you want. In some ways the hugeness is overwhelming and you may not be able to find that little piece you need. However... more
This area (3rd street promenade) has alot of upscale shopping but i could go to a nice mall in my area and see all these shops . It depends what your looking for and where you live . No unusual shops... more
Vice is this really funny magazine that originated in Montreal and is now based in New York. They have a few stores worldwide, and L.A. is lucky enough to have one. The magazine is sort of known for... more
Whatever you want to shop for in LA, it's available. Whether you want the personal shopper experience at Dolce and Gabbana on Rodeo Drive, or whether you want to get some cool retro sneakers on...
Whatever you want to shop for in LA, it's available. Whether you want the personal shopper experience at Dolce and Gabbana on Rodeo Drive, or whether you want to get some cool retro sneakers on Melrose, you got it made in LA. There's cheaper stuff down town in the 'fashion district' where wholesalers have their stuff, or in the jewelry district. A lot of out of country shoppers end up at the outlet malls where they stock up on brand named stuff.
I've been to Los Angeles quite a few times over the years, I was born in nearby Inglewood and lived there until the tender age of 3, returned when I was in grade school, again in junior high when I......