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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 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.
H&M the leading high-end brand has taken the fashion market by storm with a chain of locations world over. This fashion forward brand brings the latest trends, fresh styles and youthful designs with attractive pricing better than the prevailing competitors. Every time you visit H&M you are sure to find a new selection of clothing and accessories that are never repeated from their past collection.
The Stockholm-originated high-end studio is located in the Eastern Columbia Building in Downtown Los Angeles, and is supposedly the fashion house's largest studio yet. Following the Swedish mantra of minimalism, the store exhibits its collections against a steely grey backdrop, with everything from women's apparel and accessories to a similar range of menswear featuring in this 5000 square feet (464.51 square meters) store. The store also ups the ante with their upmarket ins-tore cafe, and a VIP room for their more well-heeled clientele.
This store in Chinatown is an excellent place to shop for traditional Chinese home furnishing products. Glass oil cruets, delicately crafted teapots, and bamboo cutting boards can be purchased here. Clear Resin Buddha statues, creature-shaped creamers and imperial vases are also available. For those who want to imbibe Asian philosophy, there is a book section here as well. An online-shopping option lets you have a peek at the kind of goods sold here. So head here or log on and check out the mystique and beauty of Chinese culture.
Although this venue is not connected to the California Mart, New Mart fashion building showcases major designers. As you check out the various showrooms, you can ask if it offers sample sales. Surprisingly, quite a number of the vendors do have sales that are open to the public. You will discover many famous designer names here. There are also restaurants that offer great people watching opportunities as well as food. Observing the well-dressed clientele is like having a side of fashion show, with your meal.