Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Full Fashion Walk Schedule - Thursday November 19 2009

Downtown Fashion Walk – Where To Go
And What To Do When You Get There!
Thursday November 19th, 2009
6 PM – 10 PM (or later!)

Most stores will be open by noon and are
identified by a number while all one-night
events or venues will be open no later than 6 PM (except for event at the Alexandria which starts at 8 PM) and are identified by a capital letter.

Stores & Events Listed By Street


1. Blends
125 W 4th St
213 626 6606
Limited Edition sneakers &
Hip Urban Clothing

2. Elmer Ave.
125 W. 4th St.
888 356 3728
One night only limited run of T-shirts for sale –
first come first served starting at 7 PM. Or – bring
in your own shirts and Elmer Ave will design and
customize you own shirt while you wait.
Rock and Roll Rebels Designing
High-End Formal Wear & T-Shirts

3. Skin.Graft
125 W. 4th St. #102
213 626 2662 www.skingraftdesigns.Com
Raw underground Style
combined with Sleek high-end couture

4. Broadway Army Store
Might close by 7 PM
217 W 4th St
213 617 8495
Military & Civilian Uniforms, Shirts

5. Crewest (closes at 6 pm)
110 E. Winston St.
Los Angeles
213 627 8272
Stellar graffiti artist art & clothing

6. 118 Winston
118 E. Winston Street, 2nd Floor
Fine Vintage Fashions & Accessories for
Men & Women - Jewelry by 4th & French
"FUTURISMO: An art installation based on our
desert in the future" Emilio Ramirez, Burak Duvenci,
Stephen Harrison Hill, and Joanna Bean Martin

7. Stelladottir
430 S. Main St.
213 623 8464
Hand made, vintage inspired clothes and hats.
Last year’s Downtown News store of the year and
this year a LA Weekly Store of the Year.

8. Main Street Tattoo
438 Main Street
Late night tattoos

9. (Sub) Urban
101 W. 5th Street
New contemporary furniture
& design store. Plus one night show
by NoA with international labels
found nowhere else in LA.

B. Billy’s Café
114 W. 5th Street
Historical Exhibit of LGBT Community in
LA – and discussion of LGBT political power
by Sheila Kuehl and Torrie Osbourne.
Free to public
7:30 – 9:00 PM

12. Pussy & Pooch
564 S. Main St
213 438 0900
Pet Couture & Grooming

14. Upper Playground (closes early)
125 E 6th Street
213 623 4300
Fusion of fashion with fine art
with locally and nationally known artists

15. Mr. Cartoon's Tattoo Shop (closes early)
The Last Laugh
129 E 6th St
213 488 0313
Urban clothes & classic tattoos

17. 1-Man’s Trash
7th & Main, NW corner on
Main Street
Vintage inspired and re-made vintage
for men, women and children + runway
fashion +Hard to find vintage clothing

18. Symbiotic Form
7th & Main NW corner on
Main Street
Vintage inspired woman's hand bags, hats, clothes and jewelry

19. Z Loft Boutique
7th and Main, NW corner
On 7th side of building
Vintage clothing of every kind and
every price from all over the world.

20. Fremont
7th & Main – New, larger store
REOPENS December Fashion Walk!

21. The Cooper Store
721 S. Los Angeles Street
Sample sales from Cooper Building
All sales all the time!


C. Crocker Club at Spring Arts Tower
After-party to Downtown Fashion Walk.
453 S. Spring Street
A club built in a basement bank vault
8 PM – 2 PM

D. Spring Arts Tower
201 W. 5th at Spring
Historic Bank Lobby
Twenty different designers and boutiques, contemporary
and vintage clothes and Louise Green Millinery.

E. Vava Rula
207 W. 5th Street
Armageddon Shoes,,
emerging designers, vintage fashion,
art, furniture & much more.

23. Deborah Martin Gallery
209 W. 5th Street
Ashley Hagen & Howard Seth Miller
Reflections of Innocence

24. Polyester Books
Todd/Browning Gallery
211 West 5th Street
213 623 1176
Fashion, Style, Art & Design Books
Vintage/Contemporary Photographs

25. Bolt Barbers
460 S. Main
Old school men’s barber shop just opened –
Fashion Walk specials until midnight

F . Maggie Barry ‘Wrapped in Beauty’
Palm Court Ballroom in historic Alexandria Hotel
501 S. Spring Street
Under three Tiffany glass skylights, a photo shoot
of Maggie Berry’s new line, plus a pop-up store with 15
edgy designers, multiple bars & DJ’s, Naked Catering, and
photos by Ash Gupta. Open to public.
8 PM - 12:30 PM

6th Street between Main
and Spring
Cell 818-693-4180
Contemporary & vintage clothes, sunglasses

27. Flea
6th Street between Main
and Spring
Vintage clothes, furniture, hats
and contemporary art

28. Apliiq
6th Street between Main
and Spring
323 300 6492
Apliiq applies unique rare textiles
to everyday garments.

29. New York Hats
217 W 6th St
213 228 1915
New And Old School Hats
Located in historic chocolate store
filled with Bachelder tiles!
Hurry! Will close early

30. Crack Gallery
204 W 6th St
213 622 3493
Crack Gallery wants to get the city hooked on a new drug:
their own blend of fashion and art.

Broadway stores close by 7 PM

31. Goodwill 7 PM
235 S Broadway
(213) 628-1748
Vintage/Used/Huge Selection!

32. Shoe Hut 7 PM
529 S Broadway
213 688 8310
Huge Selection of Baseball Caps
& Shoes & Sneakers

29. New York Hats
217 W 6th St
213 228 1915
New and Old School Hats
Located in historic Chocolate
Shop with Batchler tiles

33. Chanelli Outlet 6 PM
625 S. Broadway
Rarely Seen European Brand
Bags and leather jackets. Clearance Sale!
Closes at 6 PM & pop-up opens at
Spring Arts Tower

34. Red Zone Footwear
7 PM close
629 S Broadway
213 622 8649
Excellent selection of creepers, heels and punk and rock shirts
LA Weekly Best Store Selection!


Formal shirts said...

How was fashion week. I missed it, Gutted!
Do you have a link to any more information about it!


Brady Westwater said...

This is our monthly - Third Thursday of the month - Fashion Walk and the December 17th Downtown Fashion Walk will be far larger. And in about a week the first news about it will be published at and

And March is when the next Fashion Week will be held.