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Jet Rag

The Guide to Shopping in Hollywood

11/07/2017

Liz Ohanesian

From vintage clothing bargains to fine art, shopping in Hollywood spans a wide range of budgets. Hollywood spans tastes, too, and it's a particularly good neighborhood to visit if your interests are specific. Whether you're looking for movie memorabilia, Dr. Martens shoes, or rare vinyl, there's a store for you. Check out our guide to get started on your Hollywood shopping adventure.

Children's Book World

The Best Specialty Bookstores in Los Angeles

10/23/2017

Discover Los Angeles

Book lovers rejoice! There are independent bookstores across Los Angeles that are focused on a wide range of literary genres and global cultures. From children's books to cooking to horror, read on for some of the best specialty bookstores in L.A.

Alchemy Works in the Arts District

The Guide to Shopping in the Arts District

09/06/2017

Liz Ohanesian

The Arts District wasn't always known as a shopping hub, but it's growing collection of retail outlets is attracting shoppers from near and far. Here, you'll find local boutiques and L.A. extensions of chic brands like Shinola and (Malin + Goetz) mixed with more alternative culture-minded shops. The bulk of the shopping is located either on 3rd Street or at One Santa Fe, but you'll also find a few hot spots off the beaten path.

Poketo store at The Line Hotel

Made in Los Angeles: Artisan Goods from the City of Angels

07/12/2017

Souris Hong

Cinematic entertainment is only one of the many wonderful gifts that Los Angeles shares with the world. Clean living, chocolate-as-art, and environmentally sound products are some of the other goods made in L.A. and globally adored. We’ve curated a list of ten of the finest establishments proudly representing one of the many choices of the things we love, made in Los Angeles.

MaDang the Courtyard in Koreatown

Discover Koreatown's Shopping Secrets

07/11/2017

Karen Young

At only three square miles, Koreatown has more large malls than any similar sized area in America with an emphasis on markets, skin care, and home goods. Peppered among the shops, whether in a mall or side street, are entertainment venues, trendy dessert shops, coffeehouses, and restaurants. Read on for the best shopping destinations in Koreatown.

Westfield Century City

The Guide to Celebrity Shopping in Los Angeles

06/05/2017

Karen Young

They live among us—those people we see on the silver screen and on our home screens—winning awards or landing in the gossip pages and TMZ. Some shop at the same grocery stores, malls and boutiques, eat in the same restaurants, and even get their prescriptions filled at CVS—just like us. But they also spend time shopping at stores that may just be above our paychecks. So in tribute to the more glamorous side of things—here are some shopping districts where you may see some of them— the celebrities. And sometimes, they stop for frozen yogurt—just like us.

Burro on Abbot Kinney in Venice

The Guide to Shopping Abbot Kinney in Venice

05/24/2016

Stephanie Wenger

If you are searching for a truly eclectic shopping experience, look no further than Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice. This bustling district, which stretches from Venice Boulevard to Pacific Avenue, is a popular destination for Boho chic shoppers. Dubbed "the coolest block in America" by GQ, Abbot Kinney is home to one-of-kind local goods as well as internationally recognized brands. Shoppers in the know come to Abbot Kinney on the first Friday night of each month for a unique shopping experience. During Abbot Kinney First Fridays, the boulevard becomes a street festival filled with live music, food trucks and more. But you can visit Abbot Kinney any day for a memorable shopping experience.

Beverly Hills Centennial Celebration

01/27/2014

Discover Los Angeles

On Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014, the City of Beverly Hills turns 100 years old. The entire community is invited to a year-long celebration that includes exclusive offers, local events and community activities that pay tribute to the past, present and future of Beverly Hills. Commemorative items include a centennial pin; a centennial coffee mug; cookbook featuring Beverly Hills chefs; and In the Spirit of Beverly Hills, a look back at 100 years of the city’s history. Events and activities include the Arts of Palm installation, photography exhibit, tree planting, time capsule and much more.

As part of the centennial celebration, several Beverly Hills hotels are participating in the Suite 100 program. Each hotel is featuring a redesigned suite that captures a time period from the last 100 years, with inspiration from celebrities, fashion and lifestyle trends. Rooms in the Suite 100 program are available for booking starting on Jan. 28, for stays from March 7 through December 2014.

For more information on the Beverly Hills Centennial, call 310.285.1080. A complete schedule of events is available online: www.beverlyhills.org/exploring/centennialcelebration.

Dishes at Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ - Westfield Topanga

Dining and Shopping in Los Angeles

11/18/2013

Discover Los Angeles

The holiday shopping season has begun in earnest, and retail centers across Los Angeles are bustling with activity. To help shoppers take a break or refuel, there are numerous restaurants conveniently located inside and nearby L.A.’s top shopping destinations. From world-famous Chinese dumplings to the flagship restaurant of a legendary chef, here are some of the best restaurants to get you through your gift buying list.

Hollywood & Highland shopping center

Shopping and Specials at Los Angeles Hotels

10/28/2013

Discover Los Angeles

Los Angeles hotels are conveniently located near some of L.A.’s top retail centers. Read more about room specials and shopping excursions offered at these great hotels, and get ready to shop ‘til you drop.