December 15, 2015
Get your holiday shopping done Downtown! Our holiday shopping guide features 16 of our favorite places to shop in the Fashion District with something for every budget and style.
- Althouse. 761 S Main St. at 8th St.
Althouse is a vintage-inspired boutique offering over 35 directional brands of womenswear and accessories from around the world. Here you’ll find brands like Calvin Rucker, Cosabella, Dieppa Restrepo, Grey Ant, Heidi Merrick, Rachel Comey, and Xirena to name a few.
- A.P.C. 125 W 9th St.
The Parisian label is synonymous with minimalist chic and offers quality clothing, accessories, and footwear for men and women.
- Lab 3. 132 W 7th St.
Lab 3 offers an eclectic array of paper goods, books, clothing, journals, candles, jewelry, vintage goods, and home decor.
- Jessica Louise. 1041 S Broadway
Jessica Louise’s custom clothing designs are equal parts punk rock and fairy-tale sweet with a hint of vintage.
- Daniel Patrick. 1039 S Broadway
A favorite among the likes of Tyga and Justin Bieber, Daniel Patrick embodies urban fashion while maintaining top quality and comfort.
- BLENDS. 725 S Los Angeles St.
Easily offering one of the best selections of sneakers in DTLA, BLENDS is where you want to go for new releases and hard to find kicks.
- Miguel Torres. 214 W 8th St.
Womeswear designed and made in LA. The boutique also carries accessories and the newly launched Miguel Torres Hombre line.
- Outfitters. 200 W 8th St.
Shop menswear, sneakers, and accessories from brands like Obey, RVCA, DGK, Neff, Supra, Converse, and Creative Recreation starting at $15.
- PS Kaufman. Werdin Alley at 8th St.
Handmade, high-quality unisex footwear and small leather goods. The store is located in an actual alley. Look for the blue boot!
- Revolution Co–Op. 838 S Los Angeles St.
It’s like a permanent sample sale: deeply discounted brand name clothing for men and women. There’s always something new!
- Rich Honey. 210 W 8th St.
LA-made premium basics for men and women known for premium fabrics and high quality manufacturing.
- RNT23. 840 S Los Angles St.
Ron Tomson’s European-inspired menswear line offers dapper blazers, quilted vests, solid and technicolor shirting, luxe denim, and much more.
- Santee Alley. Between Santee Street and Maple Avenue between Olympic Boulevard and 12th Street.
Over 150 independent, family-owned businesses offering discounted clothing, shoes, and accessories for the whole family
- Skingraft. 758 S Spring St.
High-end clothing line for men and women designed by Jonny Cota and featuring specialty leather pieces.
- Tanner Goods. 860 S Broadway
Highest quality leather goods and accessories crafted by hand in Portland, OR using premium domestic materials.
- Virgo. 216 E 9th St.
Vintage and up-cycled clothing and accessories.
BONUS: Aesop Skincare. 862 S Broadway. www.aesop.com
More places to shop: 55 Reasons to Shop DTLA
Images: 1. Alhouse 2. DTLA Rising 3. Lab 3 4. Jessica Louise Facebook 5. Daniel Patrick Facebook 6. BLENDS 7. Miguel Torres 10. Revolution Co-Op 11. Rich Honey Instagram 12. RNT23 14. Skingraft Facebook 15. Tanner Goods 16. Petite Beau