Haim's Guide to Los Angeles
The sisters of L.A. rock band Haim, which counts Beyoncé and Katy Perry as fans, tell us where to score obscure records, designer vintage—and the best tacos in town.
If you want to go on a downtown adventure, check out the new Acne Studios—then head to the Ace Hotel for a drink. Acne just opened up their downtown store in December—we’re huge fans of the brand, and the futuristic decor is also super-cool. 855 S. Broadway, 213-243-0960; 929 S. Broadway, 213-623-3233
If you want to go on a downtown adventure, check out the new Acne Studios—then head to the Ace Hotel for a drink. The Ace Hotel’s bar has a great vibe. 855 S. Broadway, 213-243-0960; 929 S. Broadway, 213-623-3233
The best juice place is Beverly Hills Juice. It’s pricey but so worth it—we crave the Apple Cinnamon Coconut drink when we’re on tour. 8382 Beverly Blvd., 323-655-8300
Our favorite taco shop is Guisados—get the sampler plate so you can try all of them! 2100 E. Cesar E Chavez Ave., 323-264-7201
We’re obsessed with Mohawk General Store. It has a great mix of up-and-coming and designer labels (like Jenni Kayne and Comme des Garçons), plus some vintage. We sometimes pop in just to look around and get inspired. 4011 Sunset Blvd., 323-669-1601
All music lovers should check out Amoeba Music. The record store has almost everything under the sun—from hard-to-find vintage LPs to indie EPs. 6400 Sunset Blvd., 323-245-6400
One local designer we’re really into is Jesse Kamm. She makes carefree, easy pieces that are really flattering—you can wear them with anything. jessekamm.com
We love the Rose Bowl Flea Market. It’s jam-packed. But you have to go early to get the gems! 1001 Rose Bowl Dr., second Sunday of the month, 5 am–3:30 pm
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