Los Angeles: This is the tale of two streets. Since the early '80s, the stretch of Melrose between Fairfax and La Brea avenues has defined hip shopping in Los Angeles. The storefronts alone are works of pop art, and the approximately dozen blocks are still packed with hipsters trying to score the latest cool attire. GO TO MELROSE AVENUE
Hollywood: Fashion mavens flock to Robertson's big-name stores the way surfers seek out legendary SoCal waves. Lisa Kline, Kitson and Kiehl's are well known for serving their celebrity clients right alongside the style-conscious everyman. GO TO ROBERTSON BLVD.
Beverly Hills: Hardly needing introduction, the famed Rodeo Drive is a part of the Golden Triangle and is a mecca of couture shopping and high jewelry all in one place. The shopping district stretches out over three blocks and collectively the area boasts over 100 boutiques and hotels. GO TO RODEO DR
Santa Monica: Anchored by the pedestrian-friendly Third Street Promenade, Downtown Santa Monica is 30 city blocks of retail stores, entertainment and dining. Within blocks of the Promenade are the beach, Palisades Park and Santa Monica Pier. GO TO THIRD STREET PROMENADE
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