shoes

Diavolina

Shoe lovers across the city are rejoicing over Diavolina's digs on Robertson Boulevard. Though the gleaming footwear boutique looks nothing like its former location on La Brea Avenue, you'll still be able to find its justly famous selection of shoes by Costume National, Marc Jacobs, Chloé, and Proenza Schouler.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

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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.

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Filly

This is the place to come for the most up-and-coming lines. Owners J'nai Cameron and Rachel Bratcher travel the globe to source little-known yet promising designers (a few to note: Carson Potter, Nave, Dirty Librarian, and Banot).
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

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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.

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Hillary Rush

The inventive mix of clothing, from beachy cover-ups to glam party dresses, comes from rising talent, with items by Sunner, Erin Fetherston, Corey Lynn Calter, and Nicholas K.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Calypso

The small outpost of this resort-inspired boutique carries colorful tunics, pastel cashmere sweaters, flowy skirts, metallic Jack Rogers sandals, Diptique candles, and more.
From Miami's Bal Harbour neighborhood store listing.

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Scoop NYC

The Miami outposts of this NYC shopping institution, located in the lobby of the Shore Club and at Bal Harbour Shops, are packed with choice casual separates from the latest lines.
From Miami's Bal Harbour neighborhood store listing.

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Intermix

South Beach's designer ensemble haven offers Michael Kors and Stella McCartney shoes, clothing by Chloé, Moschino, Diane von Furstenberg, Sonia Rykiel, and more.
From Miami's Miami Beach neighborhood store listing.

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Neo Scarpa

Find select footwear from the latest Prada, Miu Miu, Dolce & Gabbana, Casadei, and Bruno Magli lines and an always-amazing sales table full of previous-season heels, flats, sandals, and boots.
From Miami's Miami Beach neighborhood store listing.

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KoKo and Palenki

Here's a good spot for fancy footwear, with a reliable selection of shoes from Giuseppe Zanotti, Michael Kors, and more.
From Miami's Aventura neighborhood store listing.

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