Los Angeles Shopping Guide

Beverly Hills


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Anthropologie

The Beverly Hills outpost of Anthropologie has the best selection of exquisite flea-market-esque home goods, as well as picks from its exclusive collaborations, including vintage-inspired slipdresses from Some Odd Rubies and Anna Sui's decadently printed blouses.
320 N. Beverly Dr., 310-385-7390,
anthropologie.com; plus other locations

Barneys

This New York-based fashion emporium has a well-earned reputation for discovering some of fashion's biggest stars. There are loads of lines here that are hard to find even in some of the most progressive local boutiques, like Surface to Air and Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair.
9570 Wilshire Blvd., 310-276-4400,
barneys.com

Club Monaco

An unparalleled resource for fuss-free, slightly mod blouses and well-cut pants, this retailer has an appropriately clean-lined, sweeping space in Beverly Hills. There's also a small range of home goods that abide by the same aesthetic.
401 N. Beverly Dr., 310-858-0204; plus other locations

Cusp

Even though it's the younger and hipper spin-off of one of the most famous department stores in the world (Neiman Marcus), every Cusp maintains an under-the-radar, boutique-like feel. There are only five in the U.S., each offering a curated selection of indie labels like 3.1 Phillip Lim, Tehya, and Tea & Honey.
10250 Santa Monica Blvd., 310-552-0300,
cusp.com

Gucci

There are three Guccis in Los Angeles—two are close to each other on Rodeo, which means that between the pair you can get a full dose of hyper-sexy gold-heeled stilettos and vintage floral-print-blanketed handbags.
220 N. Rodeo Dr., 310-271-6896; 347 N. Rodeo Dr., 310-278-3451

James Perse

This always-excellent resource for super-soft T-shirts and tanks has its roots in Los Angeles, though there are now eight stores across the country (including four in California). A calm and low-key vibe prevails; the wares are in soothing black, white, and gray, and all of the stores are kitted out in bamboo.
357 N. Canon Dr., 310-776-7100,
jamesperse.com; plus other locations

Louis Vuitton

The futuristic Rodeo Drive branch of this iconic fashion house commands the most traffic, but we prefer the slightly more obscure Century City location. It's exclusively devoted to accessories, which means there's ample room for the raspberry-hued Epi leather Speedy bags.
10250 Santa Monica Blvd., 310-551-0090

Madewell

Slightly less preppy silhouettes are mainstays at this J.Crew spin-off, like skinny jeans in tons of colorful washes; super-long, paper-thin cardigans; and kookily patterned tanks and scarves.
10250 Santa Monica Blvd., 310-772-0428,
madewell1937.com

Maison Martin Margiela

One of the pioneers behind deconstructed, challenging clothing, Martin Margiela focuses on expertly tailored pieces in a monochromatic palette. He has more than 10 gallery-like freestanding shops around the world, including his space in Beverly Hills, which is coolly bare and industrial.
9970 S. Santa Monica Blvd., 310-284-8093,
maisonmartinmargiela.com

Miu Miu

Prada's sister store is slightly more moderately priced, and just a touch more offbeat, than the original line. Expect cap-sleeved gowns in acid green, tops crafted from orange neoprene, and loads of cool ruched leather bags.
317 N. Rodeo Dr., 310-247-2227
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