Gia Coppola’s Favorite LA Shopping Spots
Gia Coppola inherited her family’s talent behind the camera—and her aunt Sofia’s breezy, minimalist West Coast style. Here, the 25-year-old Los Angeles native and director of “What’s Up,” (a short film celebrating Wren’s Spring 2012 collection) shares her favorite hometown spots for vintage dresses, designer finds and laid-back basics.
Creatures of Comfort – “Their house line is great. And it’s where I’m always discovering interesting new designers I didn’t know about.”
7971 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046
APC – “It’s the best shop for utilitarian basics—like work shirts, tees, jeans and simple dresses.”
619 North Croft Avenue, West Hollywood, CA 90048
Rose Bowl Flea Market – “I love going to the flea market once a month. It’s overwhelming, but I always I find a lot of vintage sweaters—and now that it’s getting warmer, tons of light summer dresses.”
1001 Rose Bowl Drive, Pasadena, CA 91103
Opening Ceremony – “It’s just fun to walk through and see the store—it’s creativity on display. From Rodarte to the in-house line to the collaborations, they just have so much going on there."
451 North La Cienega Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90048
Ten Over Six - “My cousin (Brady Cunningham) designs their house line, I love it. It’s great. And they have really obscure movies you can buy there, as well as home items for my apartment.”
8425 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90069
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