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While waiting in line Saturday April 25 for the Applewatch, I witnessed what I call an epitome of socio economic inequality /injustice. Maxfield could have used this opportunity to showcase their store and service but they did the exact opposite by exposing a glaring, insouciant,...More
While this store has beautiful and unique merchandise, I must give it a low rating because of my most recent visit where I was continually shadowed and stalked by an obnoxious young salesman who made me feel as if he thought I was about to...More
1 of the best designer galleries in the USA- it has hard to find pieces from Yohji Yamamoto to Rick Owens ( exclusive here) - from shoes to clothes to books - if it's cutting edge fashion u want -- look no further-- an LA...More
It's all about the elder statesman hats, but also a super cool place to just check out one off vintage pieces of luggage, books, furniture.
They also have an amazing vintage furniture showroom across the street.
Interesting Side Note : his son is James Perse.
Date of experience: February 2012
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For years, West Hollywood has been known as a hub for the LGBT communities in Los Angeles. Today it still maintains the title, but has also become the “it” neighborhood for the entertainment industry’s up-and-comers. Producers, directors, writers and aspiring actors call this area home. Known for great boutique shopping, vintage clothing stores, home décor shops and fitness studios, West Hollywood is a grid of
wide boulevards and narrow residential streets. The neighborhood also has a concentration of the most avant-garde restaurants in Los Angeles (rivaled only by the burgeoning restaurant scene Downtown). A trip to the iconic Sunset Strip, with its many clubs, music venues, hotels and flashing lights won’t be forgotten.