Neighboring Regions of Los Angeles

10/17/2012

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From the desert to the sea, and the mountains to the valleys, the diversity of the Greater Los Angeles area is just one more reason to visit. For day trips, the surrounding four counties — Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside and Ventura — offer added opportunities for adventure.

West Third Street Shopping

10/17/2012

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West Third Street shopping has taken on international flair, becoming the favorite shopping spot for LA’s most fashion savvy visitors and locals. If Rodeo Drive is the Sophia Loren of shopping in Los Angeles, West Third Street represents Julia Roberts and the generation that follows — still classy but flaunting stylistic freedom. Step inside one of these colorful, independent boutiques to experience West Third Street shopping at its best.

Celebrity Shopping in Los Angeles

10/16/2012

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Many of Los Angeles’ most famous — and notorious — denizens are wealthy enough to have personal assistants do the rudimentary shopping for them, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t enough celebrities doing their own shopping to make spotting them as much as a spectator sport as watching the Lakers at STAPLES Center.

 

Los Angeles Malls

10/15/2012

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Malls in LA have all your shopping bases covered. The world’s top fashion designers, clothing labels and chain stores are well represented, making it easy to get whatever you need. From ultra expensive, celebrity-worthy fashions to cost-effective yet fabulous outfits, LA malls are destinations in themselves.

Los Angeles Shopping Neighborhoods

10/15/2012

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For a genuine Los Angeles shopping experience, strike out on your own and discover these neighborhood shopping destinations, full of independent boutiques with designer fashions, vintage shops and travel accessories.

LA Fashion District Guide: Info, Tips and Where to Shop

10/15/2012

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The LA Fashion District is perhaps the premier shopping destination in Los Angeles for its bargains and trend-setting designs. The numbers can be intimidating: 90 blocks, 4,500 apparel and accessory lines, more than 1,000 stores. Here's a guide to get you started.