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#DCmoments Los Angeles Shopping Guide

Alex Zouaghi, the passionate photographer, established blogger and endless wanderer behind the popular @a_ontheroad Instagram account, shares with us his favourite hidden shopping gems in LA.

Los Angeles is home to an eclectic shopping scene, offering something for everyone. Let Alex enlighten you with an array of beautiful homeware, fashion, jewellery and some delicious foodie finds.
8715 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90211


Founded in 2009 by Jodie Fried and Sally Pottharst, Armadillo specialises in organic and sustainable rugs. All its wares are crafted from natural fibres, ensuring luxurious softness – and handmade using sustainable, energy-efficient processes, ensuring a light footprint on the planet.

Armadillo rugs
703 North La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90069

Hollywood at Home

Located in the Cienega Design Quarter, Hollywood at Home showcases founder Peter Dunham’s unique taste in patterns and colours. Only a few minutes’ drive away from The Beverly Hills Hotel, the showroom is a treasure trove of wallpapers, pillows, accessories and furniture.

home accessories
Hollywood at Home entrance
Abbot Kinney Boulevard
Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Venice Beach, CA 90291

Abbot Kinney Boulevard

Want to immerse yourself in a quintessentially LA blend of beachy boho style and vintage cool? Head to Abbot Kinney Boulevard, a few steps away from Venice Beach. It’s home to some of the trendiest fashion, food, art retailers and independent brands around – and draws everyone from laid-back locals to famous faces.

2300 Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Venice, CA 90291

Nick Fouquet

This boutique is an ode to the art of hat making, inspired by its eponymous founder’s travel adventures and childhood heroes. The result? Nick Fouquet creates true pieces of art that highlight his loyal commitment to his craft.

Nick Fouquet details
Nick Fouquet
general store
1801 Lincoln Boulevard, Venice, CA 90291

General Store

General Store has to be one of Los Angeles’ most beautiful stores. Inside, there’s an unbeatable selection of home goods, clothing, jewellery, and more – there’s even an apothecary and a children’s section. It’s a perfect place to pick up gifts for any occasions.

general store details
605 North West Knoll Drive, West Hollywood, CA 90069


Sandal-maker Amanu takes inspiration from connections – between people, between design disciplines, and between past and future. Each pair of sandals is handcrafted from tactile natural materials, and you can choose a readymade pair or have your very own one-of-a-kind design fitted to your feet.

Amanu details
Vincent Vintage Bijoux
8471 Melrose Place, Los Angeles, CA 90069

Veronica Beard

Created by two sisters-in-law (Veronica Swanson Beard and Veronica Miele Beard), this boutique is cool, classic and deeply American at heart. Come for iconic, easy-to-wear pieces including dresses, shoes and accessories, and have a wander around the Design District while you’re here.

Veronica Beard details
1320 East 7th Street, Suite 110, Los Angeles, CA 90021

Shades of Grey by Micah Cohen

Founded by Micah Cohen, this is a brand that cares about its process. Each item is produced in small batches from family-run factories, aiming to provide a real alternative to mass-produced fashion. As for the style? It’s a blend of polished and casual, with an eye to timeless design that you can wear again and again.

Shades of Grey details
Shades of Grey
the last book store
453 South Spring Street, Ground Floor and 121 East 5th Street, Suite 505, Los Angeles, CA 90013

The Last Bookstore

Head to downtown Los Angeles for The Last Bookstore. This haven for rare and secondhand books also has vinyl records to browse through and an art centre to explore. It’s the biggest new and used bookstore in California – but if you’d prefer something more exclusive, it’s also home to The Annex, where you’ll find an impressive collection of rare collectible books and art.

books at book store
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Rodeo Drive

It’s no surprise that Beverly Hills is home to a renowned destination for luxury shopping. With over 100 shops filling the elegant façades of its three beautifully designed blocks, Rodeo Drive offers up options for clothing, jewellery and accessory shopping alongside delicious dining, unforgettable experiences and more.

rodeo drive sign
Louis Vuitton Store at Rodeo Drive
Santa Monica Farmers’ Market
155-199 Arizona Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Santa Monica Farmers’ Market

A Los Angeles institution, Santa Monica Farmers’ Market is full of colours and life. Known by locals as one of the area’s best places to find organic and sustainable products, it’s also famously where LA chefs go when they want the freshest produce in town. It’s open on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

fruit stall at santa monica farmers market

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