Explore our West Coast home with Shiki, the LA-born manager
of our Beverly Hills store.
How would you sum up LA style?
It's casual yet it's dressed up. Our staples are jeans, a cute short sleeve top and a leather jacket. It's definitely more laid-back than other cities, but we like those elevated little twists, like a tee with a little ruffle detail. Also, more subtle neutral prints. If she needs to look more polished, she'll do a tweed blazer instead of leather and swap in a dressier heel.
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1200 GETTY CENTER DR.,
LOS ANGELES, CA 90049
I love art and the Getty is one of my favorite places to explore. Not only is the collection amazing, but the building, which was designed by Richard Meier, is built into a hill and on a clear day you can see the LA skyline plus the San Bernardino Mountains, the San Gabriel Mountains and even the Pacific Ocean.
8428 MELROSE PL.,
AT N. CROFT AVE.
LOS ANGELES, CA 90069
If I'm in the neighborhood on a Sunday I'll usually stop by Alfred's and grab a coffee and a thyme muffin. It has a very open, rustic feel and more of a downtown vibe. I'll grab a magazine or just watch the people passing by — there's a great little view of the street.
6824 MELROSE AVE,
BTW N. ORANGE DR. +
N. MANSFIELD AVE.
LOS ANGELES, CA 90038
This home décor shop is a little like a museum. They have an amazing collection of mid-century-inspired furniture, rugs, ceramics and it all has a very strong Southern California vibe.
3515 WILSHIRE BLVD,
BTW S. ARDMORE AVE. +
lOS ANGELES, CA 90010
The Line is a great LA hotspot—you can stay there or just come to catch up with friends and meet cool people. The vibe is sort of mid-century modern-meets - industrial and it's a nice oasis in Koreatown, which has a big nightlife scene.
113 N. ROBERTSON BLVD.,
BTW BEVERLY BLVD. +
LOS ANGELES, CA 90048
Our store is on Robertson Boulevard in Beverly Hills, which is famous for having lots of shops, cafes and dining. I love this neighborhood and being able to walk to so many different kinds of places. You get a little something different from each store in the area. The Ivy is an LA institution— it's quirky, delicious and the people watching is amazing.