Where to Shop in Los Angeles this Fall
A bevy of new, revamped and soon-to-open shops promises to upgrade your fall fashion ticket from standard to first class. Here’s where to shop in Los Angeles this fall.
The “shoemaker of the stars” beckons luxury shoppers with a redesigned Beverly Hills flagship and a new, exclusive collection. 357 N. Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, 310.273.9990.
A block away, the Italian luxury leather brand puts its full range of handbags, travel goods and accessories on display at its first stateside store. 204 N. Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, 310.247.8881.
On Brighton Way, the Neapolitan menswear firm brings custom tailoring to center stage in a luxurious flagship suited to its VIP clientele. 9527 Brighton Way, Beverly Hills, 424.204.1169.
The L.A.-based brand adored for its soft rocker tees and comfy silk separates is due to debut its first boutique any minute now. 134 S. Robertson Blvd., L.A., 310.461.1200.
Jewelry lovers no longer need to travel to New York to browse the contemporary and vintage baubles at this gem of a shop, just opened in Santa Monica. 2923 Main St., Santa Monica, 310.450.2227.
In the South Bay, a sparkling new outdoor center gathers many of L.A.’s hottest shops and eateries—Prana, Lucky Brand, True Food Kitchen and Superba Food + Bread among them—around a charming plaza. 850 S. Sepulveda Blvd., El Segundo, 310.414.5280.
The Village at Westfield Topanga
A similarly chic lineup of tenants, including Fabletics (Kate Hudson’s fitness line), Jonathan Adler and EMC Seafood & Raw Bar, fills this just-completed open-air extension of Westfield Topanga shopping center. 6600 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Canoga Park, 818.594.8732.
L.A.-made minimalism reigns at the womenswear brand’s first flagship store, next to Mohawk General Store in Silver Lake. 4015 Sunset Blvd., L.A.
The SoCal-raised, New York-based designer pairs her cool handbags, accessories, footwear and apparel with smart technology at her new shop on the corner of Melrose Avenue and Kings Road. 8335 Melrose Ave., L.A.