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Elise Montecastro

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L.A. Street Fashion: Museum Free-For-All Day at LACMA

LACMA was swarmed with well-dressed Angelenos during this past Saturday's ninth annual Museum Free-for-All day, during which SoCal museums offered free admission. You might expect to see fashionable types just steps from the Wilshire May Company Building, which currently hosts the sartorial magic that is the "Diane Von Furstenberg: Journey......
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L.A. Street Fashion: Best Outfits of L.A. Fashion Week

See also: *More Street Fashion Posts *10 Best Vintage and Second-Hand Boutiques in L.A. *10 Best L.A. Art Galleries For Partying Yup, it's that time of the year where every major fashion city indulges in sartorial splendor, and L.A. was definitely not exempt. These last two weeks have been a......
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L.A. Street Fashion: Larchmont Village

See more street fashion: *Rose Bowl Flea Market *L.A. Street Fashion: Melrose Trading Post Larchmont Village is a little gem of a shopping district tucked inside affluent Hancock Park, where the main shops of Larchmont Boulevard span just one block between Beverly and 1st. Locals (including the occasional A-list celeb)......

L.A. Street Fashion: Rose Bowl Flea Market

Every second Sunday of the month in Pasadena is the famous Rose Bowl Flea Market, one of L.A.'s longest-running flea markets, featuring tons of vendors selling their goods, from vintage and period clothing to antique furnishings. Something about outdoor flea markets always attracts people with amazing and eclectic sartorial taste......

L.A. Street Fashion: Melrose Trading Post

The Melrose Trading Post is one of L.A.'s best vintage and collectibles flea markets. It takes place every Sunday at Fairfax High School and is the perfect place to spend an afternoon. It's also an ongoing fundraising event for student clubs and organizations at Fairfax High, so you can feel......
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L.A. Street Fashion: Downtown Art Walk

Everyone knows that the Downtown Art Walk isn't really about the art so much -- it's more about the crowded bar-hopping and people-watching, and oh how I do love the latter. L.A. is known for its laid-back, casual style. I noticed tons of jersey dresses on the ladies, and the......