OCTOBER 15th FASHION WALK EVENT LIST
Below - listed by street - are the final confirmed venues and
events of the Thursday Oct. 15th Downtown Fashion Walk in Historic
Downtown Los Angeles. The special events and pop-up stores
are usually open from 5:30 to 10 PM while the existing stores
are open from noon until 10 PM. But check the
below listings to see which stores might close early.
Then by late Wednesday night, the downloadable map will be
available at www.downtownfashionwalk.com and any updates
or last minute changes will be posted on the blog -
print out both the list and the map to best enjoy the third
every third Thursday monthly Downtown Fashion Walk.
MAIN STREET & SIDE STREETS
Blends 125 W 4th St.
Limited Edition sneakers & Urban Clothing.
Elmer Ave. 125 W. 4th St.
Rock and Roll Rebels do High-End Formal Wear
Ask nicely - and you might get a private sneak preview
of their Saturday show
SkinGraft 125 W. 4th St. #102
First public showing of the stunning gowns from invite
only runway show at MOCA during Downtown Los Angeles
Fashion Week. Also selected sale items 50% off.
Fremont 120 W. 4th St.
Not open this month but Fremont reopens November in new,
larger store on 7th St. West of Main. Classic Cool Couture
Crewest 110 E. Winston St
Finest graffiti artist art & artist designed clothing
Closes at 6 PM tonight
The Gallery@118 Winston 118 E. Winston Street Second floor
Designer vintage and contemporary art.
Not open this Fashion Walk - see you next month!
Call for regular hours 310-422-6231
Stelladottir 430 S. Main St.
Hand made, vintage inspired clothes & hats.
Downtown store of the year last year - this year's LA Weekly's
Best Buy Open late most nights!
Main Street Tattoo 438 Main Street
Open late most nights
Los Angeles Center for Digital Art 107 W. 5th St.
Digital printmaking and sales gallery along with special
exhibitions of all forms of new media, including video,
showcasing artists from throughout the world.
El Nopal Press 109 5th Main St.
Fine art printing and sales of Lithographs of leading
Los Angeles, Mexican, Chicano and international artists.
"Vava Rula" 113 W. 5th Street
One night pop-up store with pre-owned edgy designer
items, tagged and altered vintage clothes, paintings &
projections by alternative artists, unique Halloween
accessories and a photo shoot art directed by Rula
Kaliroi and styled by Vava Voom.
Billy's Cafe, Art Salon & Clothing Emporium 114 W. 5th St.
One night collection of artists, designers and creative
individuals including SOUK, inFlight, Victoria Victoria,
Jeffrey Hirsch and Sanjeev Fun of Nouveau Lifestyle.
Performing at this event will be DJ Orator, veteran DJ from Los
Angeles. He DJ'ed at KPFK 90.7 FM for 6 years and will be
one of the DJ's featured on the cover of Pro Sound magazine
Pussy & Pooch 564 S, Main St.
Toys, treats - and tonight - Halloween Costumes
for your pets! Also pet couture & grooming
Upper Playground 125 E. 6th St.
Fusion of fashion with fine art by locally and nationally known artists
Mr. Cartoon's Tattoo Shop 129 E. 6th St.
Urban clothes & classic tattoos. Shipment of new
items of all kinds just arrived!
Soulful Commandoe Flagship Store 121 E. 6th St. #131
Ultra Exclusive Street Apparel & Accessories Company
Pacific Electric Ground Floor SE Corner 6th & Main
Event produced by Hearts of Hope to benefit Children's
Hospital & SESA. Doors open at 5 PM for vendors and the runway
shows begin at 6:30 PM. Showing on the runways are di'viniti, DV2,
Kanvis and Ayanna Henderson.
Vendors include Chanelli handbags & leather jackets, African Cowboy,
Hacked Club, excess baggage, Ayanna Henderson, Karen Lewis Jewelry,
Jan the Hat Woman and a Guerilla sample sale.
There will also be a charity silent auction
featuring all the designers along with the work of fashion photographer
Nick Horne. A Live DJ will perform and there will be a raffle.
1-Man's Trash NW Corner of 7th & Main on Main St.
Hard to Vintage items and one of a kind re-worked vintage
pieces for men, women and children that have been worn
by Usher Raymond, Ellen Degeneres and Carmen Electra.
Symbiotic Form NW Corner of 7th & Main on Main
Vintage inspired woman's hand bags, hats, clothes and jewelry
Also unique household wares and one of a kind gift items.
ZLB Main & 7th NW Corner - 7th Side of Building
Vintage Clothing from around the country and around the world
of every kind and every price.
SPRING STREET & SIDE STREETS
Continental Building 400 S. Spring
From 6pm -11 PM, at the Continental at 4th and Spring, Hit + Run
will have a pop-up show at Dub Lab’s 10th anniversary celebration
art show. Hit + Run will also provide on-site free live screen printing -
so bring your own T-shirt to be printed on or buy one there.
DJ’s PAY RAY – EROK – VALTON provide the music and
complimentary drinks will be provided by Honest Tea
Spring Arts Tower 201 W. 5th/453 S. Spring on 5th @Spring
From 5-10pm the Spring Arts Tower at 5th and Spring will host the
5th & Spring Show with Money Laundry - the only clothing line
literally made out of real money, Kablan (multiple lines from
casual to ball room gowns, Valou Designs (urban contemporary jewelry),
Francisco Devila & his custom built furniture line DEVILA 3 MUERTOS,
Gigi In Style (sexy and affordable jewelry), 35MM Clothing
(men's and women's contemporary casual clothing), Jessica Seaton
(organic, sensual jewelry), Louise Green Millinery (elegant and playful hats),
and London Manori (sophisticated, contemporary luxury jewelry).
And special guests - The Bohemian Society - will arrive directly from
their runway show at the Los Angeles Theatre (around 7:30) and
they will appear at 5th & Spring with their new line until 10 PM. This space
is adjacent to the entrance to the historic vaults of Crocker Bank - now
home to the Crocker Club.
One Night Only Event! TBA! 207 W. 5th St.
Deborah Martin Gallery 209 W. 5th St.
Powerful installation by artist Evah Hart illustrating her
Midwestern family dealing with the awkwardly
permanent transience of family.
Polyester Books (Todd/Browning Gallery) 211 W. 5th St.
Fashion, Style, Art & Design Books Vintage/Contemporary Photographs.
Literally something for literally everyone!
KAPSOUL 6th Street between Main and Spring
Contemporary & vintage clothes, sunglasses, and a wide
selection of unique and unusual gift items. As cool as
Flea 6th Street between Main and Spring
Vintage clothes, furniture, hats, design magazines, one of kind
gift items and contemporary art. Perfect place to find gifts for
the person who has everything - or nothing.
apliiq 6th Street between Main and Spring
apliiq applies unique rare textiles to everyday garments. Learn
how to customize your own wardrobe and find out how to develop
your own personal style!
New York Hats 217 W 6th St
New And Old School Hats. Located in historic chocolate store
filled with Batchelder tiles. Worth a visit just for the interior!
213-228-1915 May have to close early - so hurry!
Crack Gallery 204 W. 6th St.
Crack Gallery wants to get the city hooked
on a new drug: their own blend of fashion and art.
Shoes & Hand Bags 204 W. 4th Street
Handbags, Shoes & Accessories
BROADWAY & SIDE STREETS
(Most Broadway stores close by 7 PM)
Goodwill 235 S. Broadway
VIntage/Used Everything! Huge selection!
Closes at 7 PM
Broadway Army Store 217 W. 4th
Military & Civilian Uniforms, Cool Shirts - and much more
Close at 7 PM
Shoe Hut 529 S. Broadway
Huge Selection Of Baseball Caps, Shoes & Sneakers
Close at 7 PM
Chanelli Outlet 625 S. Broadway
Rarely Seen European Brand Bags and great leather jackets. Clearance Sale!
Ask about the special deals. Closes at 6 PM and pop-up version opens
at the PE lofts at 6th and Main.
Closes at 6 PM here - 10 PM at 6th and Main
Red Zone Footwear 629 S. Broadway
Excellent selection of creepers, heels and punk and rock shirts - and just
named by the LA Weekly as one of LA's best stores for its old School
Melrose Punk and Metal Fashions at Downtown prices.
Closes at 7 PM