A general list of 38 great stores in LA to shop at for clothes, and accessories.
  1. Acne Studios
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    Featuring a futuristic decor and an out-of-this-world inventory, Acne's largest store in the world is already a go-to for both locals and out-of-towners.
  2. American Rag CIE
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    This one-stop shop for the cutest shoes, the newest dress, the most basic basics and the best remade vintage almost makes spending money too easy.
  3. Amoeba Music
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    A dizzyingly encyclopedic music buying experience that offers something for everyone—even those who don't actually need to buy music.
  4. Barneys New York
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    You cannot put together a roundup of the best shopping in LA and not include Barneys. They may not have the cache of a small boutique, but the Co-op floor is easily as well-stocked as three of those boutiques put together.
  5. Cerre
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    Nobody in LA does leather like Cerre. Their award-winning, appointment-only store showcases their dark post-apocalyptic inspired wares in an airy, bright setting.
  6. COS
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    Last fall, Cos's very first US store graced Beverly Hills, causing a freakout amongst local style bloggers. H&M's cool sister label is stocked with minimalist looks from muted to neon.
  7. Creatures of Comfort
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    Though we can't help agreeing with Cintra Wilson's hysterical assessment of the store, CoC does offer many beautiful things, including Isabel Marant, LD Tuttle and more.
  8. Céline
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    Filled with more It accessories than one could ever dream of, the chic boutique is constantly packed with stars and blogstarsalike.
  9. Decades
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    In addition to being home to a reality show and bonkers shoe sale, Decades is one of the finest pre-2000 designer resale boutiques in the world.
  10. Des Kohan
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    We love the clean and minimalist interior of Desiree's designer-approved shop, which carries items from Helmut Lang, Jenni Kayne, Azzedine Alaïa and many more.
  11. General Quarters
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    Most of the clothes and accessories here have a heritage feel and are produced locally. The well-edited selection includes Groceries tees and Rogue Territory jeans.
  12. Heist
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    One of the anchors of the Abbot Kinney shopping stretch, Heist stocks all our favorite French labels, as well as stateside offerings from the equally-covetable Raquel Allegra and Ace & Jig.
  13. Isabel Marant
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    The hugely in-demand French fashion label has gone all LA, opening within a cactus-shaded storefront on Melrose Place. Inside, Marant's pricey, boho goods can be found.
  14. Just One Eye
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    Part art space, part boutique, Just One Eye features spency wares from interesting, hard-to-find labels like Maiyet, Piece d'Anarchive and The Row.
  15. l.a. Eyeworks
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    The three reasons l.a. Eyeworks edged out other optical heavyweights: They have L.A. in the name, bangin' sales on a truly eclectic mix of glasses, and Simpsons creator Matt Groening draws their ads.
  16. Maxfield
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    With superfans like MadeWorn's Blaine Halvorson and James Goldstein, it's no wonder that store owner Tommy Perse remains a leader in luxury shopping, both local and global.
  17. Mohawk General Store
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    Equipped with a Wall Street Journal nod, this shop has a hefty roster of unique designer threads. Looking for men's gear? Skip two doors down to their Mohawk Man shop.
  18. MUJI Hollywood
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    The Japanese home and lifestyle retailer's LA flagship is massive, offering 8,600 square feet of meticulously organized goods for just about every category of your life.
  19. Nasty Gal
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    Even the mannequins are cool at this cult-favorite e-shop's first standalone store. Here you'll find a mix of Nasty Gal-designed looks and vintage scores that are all unapologetically sexy.
  20. OAK
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    Hailing from New York, this cult-favorite retailer's debut West Coast location and its recently-opened Beverly Boulevard boutique are filled with avant-garde looks for both men and women.
  21. Opening Ceremony
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    A mini-department store of coolness home to a who's who of high-end, left-of-center fashion, including Band of Outsiders and a host of very special OC collabs.
  22. Planet Blue
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    This 16-year-old chainlet epitomizes beachy, LA style with its deep selection of flirty dresses, swim and denim. The Beverly Hills flagship is a celebrity hotspot.
  23. Poketo
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    This is the go-to destination for a variety of unique gifts. The husband-and-wife owned store features limited-edition vinyl artist wallets, adorable stationery and enchanting accessories.
  24. Rag & Bone
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    The brand's bi-level, 9,000-square-foot LA flagship houses the full breadth of its collections for men and women, including the label's in-demand footwear.
  25. Reformation
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    In addition to stocking their own pitch-perfect label, the store carries hard-to-find jewelry by cult favorites like Pamela Love, Mania Mania, and Unearthen.
  26. Rose Bowl Flea Market
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    On the second Sunday of every month, more than 2,500 vintage and antiques vendors set up outside the Rose Bowl stadium for thousands of shoppers. On offer: art, furniture, housewares, clothes, accessories and more.
  27. Saint Laurent
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    Helmed by LA-obsessed creative director Hedi Slimane, the French fashion house's revamped Rodeo Drive flagship is its best and biggest in the world.
  28. Satine
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    Satine is a celeb stylist go-to. Known for offering wearable, cutting-edge fashion, this shop's current roster includes Isabel Marant, Kenzo and Balenciaga.
  29. Scent Bar
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    The Scent Bar is dedicated to small, indie perfumers, as well alt. offerings by Comme des Garcons and Creed. The store is small, but exceptionally well stocked.
  30. Shareen Vintage
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    Whether you're looking for something casual or a dress to wear to a wedding, you'll find it in this massive vintage warehouse. No boys are allowed (seriously!).
  31. Skylight Books
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    Skylight has the vibe of a small town, homey bookstore, but the might to lure top talents for events, regularly hosting heavyweights like Bret Easton Ellis, George Saunders and others.
  32. Tenoversix
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    Playful and fashion-forward clothes, shoes, and accessories for women and men in a setting that's as artful and stylish as the clothes themselves.
  33. The Row
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    Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's first home for The Row is filled with aspirational eye candy, offering everything from luxury backpacks, basics, footwear, and the occasional sale.
  34. The Well
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    One of the most unique concepts around, this cool shop is also a hair and nail salon. In addition to carrying local favorites, the store is now stocking a range of international brands.
  35. Topshop Topman
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    Multiple floors. A massive shoe salon. A men's suiting section. VIP dressing rooms. Personal stylists. Trendy clothing galore. Welcome to LA's first Topshop.
  36. Undefeated
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    The LA institution for those who are serious about their streetwear. They have one of the best sneaker selections in town, selling hard-to find, limited-edition kicks from a constantly changing inventory.
  37. UNIQLO Beverly Center
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    Think denim, leggings, flannels, and more. Like the sleek Japanese answer to American Apparel, Uniqlo offers colorful Cali-ready basics at affordable prices.
  38. Wasteland
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    Whether you're looking for last-season Marc Jacobs, vintage dresses or just seriously cleaned out your closet, Wasteland is the perfect spot for LA recycling at it's chicest.