Los Angeles Shopping

There are several areas in LA that composes Los Angeles shopping scene. Here are a few of them:
Abbot Kinney Boulevard. This is where you find the hippest shopping outlets that feature a mix of designers and home-grown artists of modern chic and old school vintage. The shops are lined on the streets where you could breathe in Abbot Kinney vibes. It also features furniture, jewelry, boutique, and top-of-the-line artwork. Here are a few of the top shops in Abbot Kinney Boulevard:

Ananda. This tiny store is where you find the odds and ends of several gift items. They have an eccentric selection of goods from miniature Buddha statues to scented candles, to a line of clothing from Asian and American designers that are reasonably priced.

Altered Space. This consists of a hip gallery of indifferent items ranging from edgy paintings to off-kilter sculpture and features artists such as Richard Patterson, Grace Ann Warn, and Thomas Mann.

Surfing Cowboys. This shop sells a mix of perks and quirks of everything ranging from furniture, surfboards and surfing paraphernalia, paintings, and books and just about anything you could think of. It is inspired by the mile-long beaches in LA.

The Golden Triangle. This center is located in Rodeo Drive and holds a wealth of stores. It lines up designer stores, the likes of Cartier, Tifanny’s, Bally, Gucci, Chanel, and other notables. Throughout the entire triangle, you will see a rich collection of stores as if you are in an episode of the Lifestyle of the Rich and Famous. This is the center of Los Angeles shopping for the people who spend their time in front of the camera, the nouveau-rich types of famous celebrities.

Robertson Boulevard. This also posts hip stores that is home of the Maxfield outlets, Mac stores, Georgio Armani, and other high-end shopping outlets.

Melrose Avenue. This is like the tale of two streets that offers LA shoppers the ’80s stretch and the latest hip trends. They have stores such as Red Balls, Von Dutch, and Slow for terrific clothing, Wasteland and Aardvarks for secondhand items, and the lower key stores such as Miu-miu, Costume National, Forinara and Fred Segal’s.

There are more of Los Angeles shopping areas that are noteworthy to mention. Beverly Boulevard, Third Street, Montana Avenue, LA Brea, Westwood Village, The Grove, Americana at Brand, Glendale Galleria, Westfield Topango, Hollywood and Highland Center, and a whole lot more. Los Angeles is bursting with an array of shopping areas. And the question is “where not to shop?”