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Your Venice Beach shopping guide

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As the coolest block in America, there is a lot that locals and visitors alike can enjoy in Venice. Apart from the wonderful Venice beach houses for sale here, this coastal commune is also known for its shops offering a vast selection of local labels and indie pieces, as well as international imports.

From the ever-popular lincoln and Abbot Kinney Boulevards to low-key Main Street, here is our list of top stores in Venice.

III Luxury Collective
222-226 Main Street

After decamping from Abbot Kinney, three high-fashion stops joined forces to form III Luxury Collective.  Fashion enthusiasts can swing by Pamela Barish to shop for avant-garde clothing, visit Mona Moore which recently scaled up beyond accessories and footwear, and stop at LFrank for luxurious lingerie and beautiful accessories.

Bassike
1918 Lincoln Boulevard

This Australian label isn’t your ordinary shop. This is Bassike’s first stateside outpost – a sleek space specializing in denim, twill jackets, everyday wear, linen dresses, and other stylish staples. The lifestyle boutique also stocks neoprene carryalls, leather accessories, sandals, and swimwear.

AUST
1219 Abbot Kinney Boulevard

This stylish boutique was the first to bring Aussie labels to Los Angeles and the broader Southern California region. Apparel from brands such as Cameo Collective, Zimmermann, Shakuhachi, and Zanerobe are plenty alongside Sol Sana’s footwear and A Dead Coffin Club’s eyewear.

Flowerboy Project
824 Lincoln Boulevard

This is a café and flower shop that serves as a mini-outpost for art stuff. It specializes in stationery, deluxe leather bags, an assortment of handmade textiles, jewelry, and fragrances. These are creatively displayed alongside cool crystals and fresh flowers. Also, enjoy iced rose tea or latte with petals sprinkled on top here.

Burro
1405and 1409 Abbot Kinney Boulevard

Burro is a souvenir shop stocked with home goods and non-cheesy novelties for those interested in cute greeting stationery, books, and cards, jewelry, leather carryalls, accessories for tabletops, and artisan goods. Be sure to walk next door to their kids’ store for adorable and kiddie-friendly accessories and clothing.

Heist
1100 Abbot Kinney Boulevard

This is an Abbot Kinney anchor store that specializes in an assortment of French labels, including Jerome Dreyfuss and Isabel Marant. Our cult-favorite brands come alongside edgy stateside designers such as Rachel Comey, Ulla Johnson, and Raquel Allegra.

Nick Fouquet
2300 Abbot Kinney Boulevard

Venice milliner Nick Fouquet is the destination for hat lovers. They craft handmade toppers made of 100% beaver fur – sustainably harvested, according to Fouquet himself. The price range for Chapeaus fall between $800 and $1,000– and even it these aren’t’ within your budget, Nick Fouquet’s colorful and sassy studio is still worth a visit.

LCD
1121 Abbot Kinney Boulevard Ste. 2

LCD is a stylish boutique with a minimalist twist. It features avant-garde fashion, with a host of fine jewelry, indie designs, and footwear brands like Brother Vellies. Designs here are inspired by local street culture and modern art.

General Store (Venice branch)
1801 Lincoln Boulevard

General Store is a place where you find loads of items that you never wanted, then suddenly you need them all. It offers a selection of children, women, men, and home accessories that are ideal for any fashion-forward individual.  You will find a variety of woven baskets, Detacher fluffy pillows, face beauty products by Earth Tu, and beaded keychains in abundance.

Retail therapy has never been this good, and only Venice Beach can give you that kind of high. If you’re interested in getting your own parcel of Venice real estate, then come and talk to our team at James Allan Properties. Call us at 310.704.0007 or drop us a note at james@jamesallanproperties.com

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