Lonely Planet Magazine India|Los Angeles
From vintage clothing and designer boutiques to hip, edgy stores, youre sure to find whatever youre looking for and even things you never knewyou wanted in LA! Be it the expansive Westfield Century City or the eclectic Abbot Kinney Boulevard each neighbourhood has something unique to offer!
SPLURGE ON ALL THINGS ALTERNATIVE IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES
Whether you’re looking for discount fashion or high-end goods and vintage finds, the shopping scene in Downtown LA (DTLA) has you covered. Home to some of the city’s best buys, thanks to shopping meccas like the Fashion District and the Jewelry District, DTLA is excellent for retail therapy. If vintage designer finds are what you seek, drop by Guido in LA, a small, vintage shop with an impeccable selection of blasts from the past. You might find copies of decades old magazines, a retro programme from the Greek Theatre, and more. Renowned for wholesale prices on precious gems, the Jewelry District is a must-visit. You can spend hours checking out the stones and baubles inside St Vincent Jewelry Center alone. For low-priced, on-trend clothing and accessories, head to the Santee Alley in the LA Fashion District. The marketplace fills two blocks with over 150 shops – take your time digging around, you never know what you might find! The Bloc, a hip open-air destination that features thoughtfully-curated local boutiques and premier retailers, is also a must-visit shopping destination in DTLA. The Arts District wasn’t always known as a shopping hub, but its growing collection of retail outlets includes chic, local boutiques and more alternative culture-minded shops. From the popular art bookstore Hennessey + Ingalls to the socially-conscious fashion range at Apolis, the Arts District guarantees shopping spots off the beaten path.
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