RETAIL HOLIDAY HOURS
The Santee Alley and surrounding retailers on Santee Street and Maple Avenue are expected to open on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. Retailers in other parts of the district are expected to have limited hours. See a map of the area here.
WHOLESALE HOLIDAY HOURS
Wholesale businesses are expected to close on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Hours may vary by business on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.
LA FLOWER DISTRICT HOLIDAY HOURS
The LA Flower Markets will be closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. The California Flower Mall will be open with limited hours on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. It will close on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
All businesses in the Fashion District are independently owned and operated. For exact business hours, please contact the businesses directly.
On Sunday, August 20, 2017 Michael Costello will open his first-ever retail flagship store exclusively for his new RTW consumer line. Located in the heart of the LA Fashion District, the store will feature exquisite MC signature styles, which will be available for a wide range of customers. The grand opening of the Michael Costello store marks another noticeable boost to the growing Los Angeles fashion scene. The new collection will reflect Costello’s signature looks with most items falling around the $300 mark. The grand opening of the flagship Michael Costello store further enhances Michael’s passion – “To make high fashion more affordable and accessible to women of all shapes and sizes.”
The Store will open 7 days a week 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
901 S Main St.
The LA Fashion District is a treasure trove of unique fashion finds, but you haven’t thought about buying these unique gifts here before.
The private label manufacturer is known in the industry for premium quality t-shirts and leather goods. Its only retail location is at 210 W 8th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014. richhoneyapparel.com
The Holy Grail specializes in one-of-a-kind and hard to find sneakers. The consignment is located at 836 S Los Angeles St, Los Angeles, CA 90014. holygrailgoods.com
Suits & Knives fuses unique roasting techniques from around the world to create interesting textures and flavors. Locally roasted in small batches, it is sold at Coffee Colab, 305 E 8th St #3, Los Angeles, CA 90014. suitsandknivescoffee.com
Yes, we went there. Eating an original bacon-wrapped “street dog” is an experience everyone should be treated to. The Alley Dog, 317 E 12th St, Los Angeles, CA 90015 thealleydogs.com
The LA Fashion District is home to a number of galleries, often featuring work from local artists, including The Hive, Ren Gallery, Gloria Delson, Fathom Gallery, Diego Cardoso, and Clay Shaper Gallery.
Sure the hotel chain has other locations, but this is the only one that’s also a historic theatre. Ace Hotel DTLA, 929 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90015 acehotel.com/losangeles
Image via Spektakles
Unique sunglasses with great style. Shop Spektakles at 212 W 8th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014. spektakles.com
Really! Anything you purchase in the district can be taken to one of the local embroidery shops to be customized. Find the embroidery shop closest to you using the LA Fashion District online directory, here.
A new old-fashion record store. Pop Obscure Records has new and used vinyl, collectibles and autographed merch. 735 S Los Angeles St, Los Angeles, CA 90014 popobscurerecords.com
Imagine this; you’re walking down Los Angles Street window shopping near 11th when a bright red fire escape catches your eye. The façade of the building is impeccable, and there are flowers, in variations of pink, cascading down the front display windows. The flooring is a welcoming bright white marble, with sleek mirrored cabinetry, and row upon row of colorful sunglasses, that look fresh off the runway, adorn the walls. Now stop imagining, because you have arrived at PERVERSE.
PERVERSE, having opened in 2016, is one of the newest businesses to call the LA Fashion District home. However, while they may be the new kids on the block, their history in our District is anything but that. Founder, Toni Ko, started her first company in the California Mart in 1999 at the tender age of 25. A company that most people in the Fashion Industry, MUA world, and anyone who’s bought cosmetics from a drugstore might be familiar with, NYX Cosmetics. While Toni has now transitioned away from the makeup world to make her mark in the sunglasses game, she has not shifted when it comes to her sentiments regarding her love of Downtown LA and the Fashion District. Establishing the PERVERSE location one block away from the Mart citing the “young, hip, cool, and urban energy” as matching the PERVERSE brand – Toni Ko has come back home.
Aside from the interior design, what truly makes PERVERSE unique is their ability to marry high-end quality merchandise with consumer friendly costs. Each PERVERSE sunnie in designed in-house by a design team who spends their time researching upcoming trends to curate and develop the perfect sunglasses collection. The team uses “high-quality plastics, acetates, and high-quality hinges” to then produce their sunglasses, including BPA-free Copolyester which is environmentally friendly. Focusing on every detail to maximize the uniqueness of every style – with each sunglass being crafted with such care – you’d expect prices to break the bank. Wrong! It’s PERVERSE’s mission to bring style to every person at an affordable price with prices starting as low as $40. In addition, PERVERSE has a 1:1:1 charity initiative that applies to every purchase.
Collections are updated seasonally, so 4 times a year, with the occasional early launch of a style too hot to keep under wraps. Another unique aspect to PERVERSE is their Capsule Collection Collaborations, where they partner with a Celebrity or Influencer to produce a limited collection of sunglass styles. Their most recent collaboration debuted this month as they partnered with KimChi of RuPaul’s Drag Race fame. With their endless selection of styles, we asked a PERVERSE representative what seems to be the most popular right now; Jerome and Dawn Patrol are among the top sellers, providing a “minimal yet so stand-out chic look.” Noting that while these may be best sellers “everyone has their own style identity,” and with endless options, there is a style for everyone so stop by PERVERSE and find your style identity.
1108 Los Angeles St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Holy Grail (noun): Something that you want very much but is very hard to achieve
Unless you are a sneakerhead, in which case the Holy Grail is now located at 836 S Los Angeles St. The sneaker consignment shop specializes in rare and collectible sneakers including Air Jordan, Nike Basketball, Nike SBs, Nike Dunk, Nike Air Force, Nike Running, Adidas, Vans, and more. The shoes, neatly wrapped in plastic, line the walls of the new Fashion District location (Holy Grail first opened in South Park) between 9th and 8th Streets, just a block away from Nice Kicks and down the street from Blends. While you’re there, check out the ultra-rare pairs in the glass case.
All items for sale are thoroughly inspected for authenticity. As per Holy Grail, sneaker values are based on the rarity at the time of release, time since release, and the overall history behind a particular model. Prices are set by the individual consignors. All items are dead-stock/brand new unless listed as used.
Holy Grail, 836 S Los Angeles St. 90014
LA Fashion District, Downtown L.A.