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Dynasty Center and Saigon Plaza is an ethnic bazaar filled with stores owned by immigrants from Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. Here you can find true steals on everything from clothing and shoes to toys and household items to furniture and accessories to herbs of every kind. There are many jewelry stores dotting this street with really great bargains on 18-karat and 22-karat gold. Just walking down this street will transport you to another world, but buyer beware because you'll end up with too much stuff to carry home!
Wittmore Arts District is the second outpost of the Wittmore brand and is a coveted space for the fashion conscious man. Its industrial chic boutique features a curated list of accessories, pop culture, fashion, gifts and grooming products. Brands like 7th Calvary Dry Goods, Levi's Vintage Clothing, Officine Generale, Prospector Co, BTW Ceramics, Industry of All Nations and Sandqvist will vie for your attention. This spacious boutique also hosts pop up shops and art installations. Take a sip of coffee and browse through their collection, you can be sure to find something unique and stylish.
This urban indoor flea market is spread out over 10,000 square feet of space with gorgeous vaulted ceilings and exposed brickwork. Tucked away in the Arts District in downtown Los Angeles, the Arts District Flea is an amalgamation of vendors with locally made products and handcrafted items. Find delicate silver bow necklaces or a gorgeous sturdy reclaimed wood coffee table. Local art can also be found here, adding a pop of color and character to your space.
Certainly the most fragrant of LA's wholesale markets is this colorful exhibition catering to flower merchants from all over Southern California. In order to fully experience the remarkable selection, you have to be a merchant or know one and arrive at about 2am. However, there are still plenty of flowers and potted plants available at rock bottom prices when the market opens to the public at 8am. The market, which has been in business since 1923, spans two warehouses with more than 100 stalls of vendors. Credit cards are often accepted, but they vary by vendor. Open from Monday to Saturday from 6 am or 8 am until noon.
Los Angeles Flower Market, a floral extravaganza, opens in the wee hours of the morning to merchants, and then, to the general public, a few hours later. It never seems to be early enough, however, in this city of early risers. A truly unique experience; the scents produced by such a gathering of flowers in one place are amazing. Look for the busy time to be around the Rose Bowl in January. Credit card acceptability will vary according to vendor.
This trendy store is an international retail chain of fashionable sunglasses and belongs to the world’s largest eyewear company, the Luxottica Group. There are a variety of designs, frames and shades that keep changing as per the season and style; so the next time you are hunting for a classic or a cool pair of eye wear do visit the Sunglass Hut located on the West 7th Street in LA.