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Fashion District

49 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·

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Conrado
Conrado
June 20, 2019
Santee Alley is one of the most popular retail shopping areas in the LA Fashion District, best known for its festival-like atmosphere and amazing bargains. Santee Alley’s 150+ stores and vendors sell everything – apparel for the entire family, accessories, toys, perfume, gift items and much more! …
Yolanda
Yolanda
January 30, 2019
100 square blocks of shoppers' paradise in Downtown LA. The bulk of the LA Fashion District is roughly between the 10 Freeway to the south and 7th street to the north, and Main Street to the west and San Pedro to the East, with a little overflow in each direction on certain blocks.
Brian
Brian
October 28, 2018
around 2 miles or less
CiCi
CiCi
May 13, 2018
Remember that you can negotiate most prices when you are paying in CASH.
Omar
Omar
April 25, 2018
A great place to shop for bargain clothes, textiles and accessories

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