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Fashion in Los Angeles


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There are many great shopping neighborhoods easily accessible by rail. Yes, there is the famed downtown garment district with its wholesale prices, but you really have to put your hiking boots on for that. If you're looking for something more relaxed, with plenty to chose from, try these spots: Old Town Pasadena; Los Feliz; Mission Street (South Pasadena); Little Tokyo/Arts District; The Old Bank District (Downtown); Hollywood; Lake Street (Pasadena); Third Street Promenade (Santa Monica).


Here are our picks among the unique, the quirky and the independent shops that define the wide-open world of fashion in Los Angeles:


Red Line



Tailor made leather for men and women. Sleek military jackets, oversized capes, leather thread vests and drapey alpaca sweaters...


Glitter Death

It's a clothing store, an art gallery and a music venue. You have to catch them at the right time, they're usually open around 11 or so.



Iguana Vintage Clothing

A mainstay of budget fashion in Los Angeles, vintage beyond Halloween. Iguana may be slightly on the pricey side..


Stella Dottir

A romantic boutique complete with plants, cats and antique trunks. Stella Dottir, the Icelandic transplant, found her home in L.A .



An ethnic-bohemian store with handmade clothing. Muzer takes its name from a hill tribe of Thailand.




Gold Line




It's a men's clothing store and a motorcycle re-furbishing shop complete with accessories and power tools! What more could you want?


II Teatro Pasadena

Off the main Colorado drag, II Teatro is a small hidden gem with casual attire, jewelry, and affordable wear for the fashion conscious girl.


Elisa B.

The designer-made-only boutique in trendy red-brick Miller's Alley is a treat for those days you really want or need to splurge. A New Yorky kinda place with one of a kind pieces. The brain-child of actress Elisa Bruley, the shop will inspire the stylish creative woman in you.






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