Downtown fashion district stores
70% of the LA Fashion District is made up of of wholesale-related business. Buyers, retailers, wholesalers and designers all gather here creating an exciting synergy that has become synonymous with Los Angeles fashion. The world looks to LA and the LA Fashion District for the cutting edge styles that are influencing the way the world dresses. more
The LA Fashion District is home to the largest selection of textiles and notions in the United States. There are nearly 200 wholesale and retail textile stores selling trim, beading and fabric, crafts and home decor. Shoppers can find nearly every type of fabric, running the gamut from novelty to exotic silks and European upholstery. Prices range from 99 cents up to hundreds of dollars per yard. more
Focused along 8th Street, virtually every variety of cut flower can be found, plus potted plants, dried and silk flowers, and floral supplies. The LA Flower Market, the largest flower market in the United States, is centered along Wall Street between 7th and 8th Streets and is the premier resource for those in the floricultural industry. more
Santee Alley is one of the most popular shopping areas in the LA Fashion District, best known for its festival-like atmosphere and amazing bargains. Santee Alley's 150+ vendors sell everything - apparel for the entire family, accessories, toys, perfume, gift items and much more. more
A New Fashion DistrictWe're debuting a new logo to better represent the diversity and vibrancy of our neighborhood. Learn about the our new mark, colors, and brand identity. more info
29 Projects Transforming the Fashion DistrictIn the next couple of years, the Fashion District is expected to add 347,000 square feet of new creative office space and approximately 510,000 square feet. By 2019, the district will have double the residents and an estimated 5,000 residential units.