LA’s Latest—And Greatest—Shopping Destinations


It seems like just yesterday we were rounding up a list of the best new places to shop in Los Angeles, but already a whole new slew of spots that offer stylish goods, from designer clothing to locally crafted ceramics, has surfaced—not that we’re not complaining. Over the past year or so, Angeleans have scored long-awaited outposts of cult-favorite brands (though we’re still patiently waiting for that soon-to-open 3.1 Phillip Lim store), brick-and-mortars for burgeoning local brands, and boutiques boasting an assortment of designer and indie finds. Several of them are in neighborhoods poised to be the city’s next major shopping destinations, like Chinatown and the Arts District. Read on to see the new and new-ish places where we’d happily blow our tax returns.


Downtown Los Angeles’ new-ish retail concept, Row DTLA, got the very first IRL location for this online vintage brand, best known for their stunning bridal options. Like their moniker, both the space and the gowns found here are light and airy—and more affordable than you might think.

785 Bay Street, Los Angeles, CA 90021

Check out the full report at The Zoe Report.