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Ed Ed wrote a review Apr 2015
Pasadena, California4 contributions9 helpful votes
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, if not berating, attitude towards their customers. One of the security guys unsympathetically quoted "If you don't like being here, you can always leave" while we were drenched in the rain. Obviously it was a blatant MISJUDGED decision to use this store for the Applewatch release and I bet you Maxfield was not too thrilled dealing with people belonging to the lower end of the socio economic ladder. But wait, these are PAYING people who are educated and deserve some decency in any business transaction.…
Date of experience: April 2015
rachilde wrote a review Jun 2012
West Hollywood, California90 contributions63 helpful votes
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 rob the place blind. Was it because I am a fifty year old woman? Was it because that day I had a Sanrio rather than Gucci bag slung over my shoulder? I do not know. All I can say is that I have shopped there since I was in high school and its original location on Santa Monica Blvd. I have purchased clothing, jewelry and Christmas gifts there. Many times I bring people from out of town because the store is unique, but I have never been treated like this there. I know this place is somewhat recession proof but that is a horrible way to treat people.…
Date of experience: June 2012
Sergiola310 wrote a review Apr 2012
7 contributions4 helpful votes
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 landmark!
KellyG_NYC wrote a review Mar 2012
New York10 contributions5 helpful votes
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