LA Adventure Specialist - 11:11 11 November 2009

Melrose Avenue

Melrose Ave. literally has dual personalities. Since the early ’80s, the stretch of Melrose between Fairfax and La Brea avenues has defined hip shopping in Los Angeles. The storefronts alone are works art, and the almost dozen blocks are still packed with people trying to score the latest attire. Don’t miss out on Red Balls, Slow, and Von Dutch for great clothing. Aardvark’s and Wasteland specialize in secondhand items.
On west side of Fairfax Avenue, Melrose has evolved as a high-end shopping destination. Stores such as Miu Miu, Fred Segal’s, Costume National, and Forinara all have made it a deserving alternative to the Robertson Boulevard experience. Everything from lingerie at Agent Provocateur to great home accessories at designer Jonathan Adler’s store round out this unique L.A. shopping experience. Over the years we have taken clients to Melrose for hours and even enjoyed a Los Angeles helicopter charter for shopping in Palm Springs all in the same day. Enjoy all of Melrose, between San Vicente and La Brea Ave., Los Angeles CA
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