Whether you are in the market for cool streetwear, books, accessories or even the latest runway releases and bespoke pieces, Los Angeles promises to deliver.

Dabble in some retail action whilst doing a little celeb-spotting at the centrally-located Hollywood & Highland, shop up a storm at Westfield Century City, enjoy a day out at local hotspot The Grove, or take your retail experience to the next level in Beverly Hills, with personalised customer service, appointment-only shopping and private lounges the crème de la crème of life on Rodeo Drive.

A shopping experience like no other, this West Coast retail mecca is a shopaholic’s paradise and where you need to be!

Hollywood & Highland

An entertainment mecca boasting world-class shopping, dining and exclusive red carpet events, this luxe precinct is just steps from the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame and TCL Chinese Theatre, and should be at the top of any L.A. bucket list. Home to a variety of high street brands and uber-luxe designer stores including Gap, GUESS, Nine West, Sephora, Victoria’s Secret and Louis Vuitton, the complex has something to suit all shoppers and is the ultimate destination to shop ‘til you drop. The complex also offers stunning views of the Hollywood Sign and the Hollywood Hills, with the Dolby Theatre, the home of the Academy Awards, its crowning glory.

Rodeo Drive

One of the world’s most famous streets, Rodeo Drive boasts a plethora of exclusive stores and fashion houses including Prada, Gucci, Valentino, Dior and Cartier. A shopaholic’s mecca, Two Rodeo Drive is the heart of the shopping district and the crown jewel of what has now become known as the Golden Triangle. Step off Rodeo and walk down the cobbled lanes and find yourself (window!) shopping at the likes of Versace, Lanvin and Jimmy Choo, before walking east and browsing the local boutiques and open-air cafes on Beverly and Cañon Drives. Finish up south of Rodeo on Department Store Row, home to Neiman-Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue and Barneys New York.

Westfield Century City

Having recently undergone a $1 billion makeover, this super stylish mall is a shopaholic’s sanctuary, featuring over 200 new shops and restaurants, along with VIP lounges, reserved parking spaces and valet services. Shop up a storm at popular retail stores including AllSaints, Maje, Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s and J.Crew, or grab a bite to eat at Shake Shack or Eataly, the popular eatery’s first L.A outlet. The chances of a celeb spotting are minimal however, with Hollywood’s elite given access to stores via a private elevator - they even have the opportunity to make appointments with retailers after the mall closes. How the other half live!

The Grove

A popular shopping, dining and lifestyle complex for tourists, local Angelenos and even Hollywood’s elite, The Grove is a must when in L.A. Offering a variety of retail stores and restaurants, the precinct is home to Barneys New York CO-OP, Nordstrom, Barnes & Noble, as well as The Cheesecake Factory, The Farm of Beverly Hills and Maggiano’s Little Italy - all of which are in easy reach should you get a little peckish. The Farmers Market is also close by and offers the chance to pick up some fresh produce and really live like an L.A local. Shopped ‘til you dropped? You can even store your shopping bags at The Grove’s concierge!