jewelry

How to Wear Extra-Long Necklaces

We saw this styling trick once on the runway at Marc Jacobs and fell in love with it instantly.

Read more

Ron Herman

This Beverly Hills stalwart has a space for dressier clothing (Chloé, Miss Davenporte) and an airy area for casual pieces (Castle Starr, Vince, Milly, and others).
From Los Angeles' Beverly Hills neighborhood store listing.

Read more

Dari

A luxe hippie vibe pervades this valley favorite, flush with flowy dresses by 3.1 Phillip Lim, Sass & Bide sparkly tunics, and Miguelina lingerie-inspired frocks.
From Los Angeles' The Valley neighborhood store listing.

Read more

Ruthie

The uncommonly good mix of casual basics (C&C California T-shirts, and jeans by E.D. J. Denim Purists) and evening looks (floor-sweeping dresses by Mara Hoffman) keeps us coming back to this spot, outfitted with glossy cement floors, brushed chrome racks, and a tranquil atrium, where you can unwind after trolling.
From Los Angeles' The Valley neighborhood store listing.

Read more

Planet Blue

The newest and largest branch of this Malibu-based chainlet offers everything for the bohemian chic-loving clientele: slinky Missoni dresses, Cosabella lingerie, ultra-feminine Ya-Ya sweaters, Kerry Cassill bedding, and Fresh beauty products.
From Los Angeles' Westside neighborhood store listing.

Read more

Decades Two

This shop is filled with pristine contemporary castoffs. Recent discoveries: Stella McCartney jackets, Mayle dresses, Chloé blouses, new Hermès bags, and Prada shoes from a few seasons ago.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

Read more

Dolce Vita

The well-priced, runway-inspired footwear is the main draw here, with everything from ankle boots to sky-high platform shoes.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

Read more

Fred Segal

We could easily buy our entire wardrobes here. Everything from limited edition Nike Dunks to Matthew Williamson sequin-lace tops to Ligne St. Barth After-Sun lotions is all arranged in individual fun-to-shop mini boutiques.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

Read more

Kaviar and Kind

Co-proprietors Katherine Azarmi and Sunrise Ruffalo set up this appointment-only shop (call the day before you want to visit) to sell Azarmi's delicate, organic jewelry.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

Read more

Lisa Kline

This L.A. institution offers one of the city's best denim selections, with coveted styles from Rich & Skinny and Bread, casual tops from Ella Moss, dresses from Charlotte Ronson, Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent, and Karen Zambos, and select items by emerging designers.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

Read more

Madison

So many Angelenos consistently cite this as one of their favorite boutiques and it's no wonder—there really is something for everyone.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

Read more

Milk

Angelenos who crave original, ahead-of-the-curve clothing hit this neighborhood fixture, which features a stellar selection from designers rarely found elsewhere in the city (Alice McCall, Sretsis, Geren Ford, Sue Stemp, and Erikakritos).
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

Read more

Presse

A crowd-pleasing approach is what makes the new La Brea locale stand out, with offerings that range from impeccably dramatic dresses by Doo.Ri and Azzedine Alaia to wear-everywhere separates by Alisha Levine and Habitua.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

Read more

Satine

Discover indie labels you won't find anywhere else in town, including Willow, Webster, and S&J.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

Read more

Scout

Always ahead of the curve, this insider favorite is stocked with emerging designers such as Society for Rational Dress, Clu, and L.D. Tuttle.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

Read more
Results: 961-976 of 1068
« 1 59 60 61 62 63 72 »