Main Street, Santa Monica: Between Pico Boulevard and Marine Street
Twelve blocks long, Main Street offerings range from beach casual to urban chic with an eclectic collection of galleries, jewelry and craft shops, design studios, and museums and cafés, including Planet Blue and the Eames Office and Gallery.
Downtown Santa Monica & Third Street Promenade
An open-air pedestrian promenade between Broadway and Wilshire, the Third Street Promenade is alive with cafés, bookstores, kiosks, cinemas and fashion boutiques, including the Puma Store and Arcana books on the arts. Three blocks north, visit Fred Segal Santa Monica—a collection of exclusive boutiques with a salon and café.
Montana Avenue, Santa Monica: Between Lincoln Boulevard and 20th Street
In the midst of a Santa Monica residential area is Montana Avenue, home to sophisticated, upscale, one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants. Shops include Kiehl's and Room with a View.
Rodeo Drive & Beverly Drive: Between Santa Monica and Wilshire Boulevards
The finest in modern fashion and distinctive couture Los Angeles shopping including Dior, Gucci, Chanel, Burberry, Tiffany & Co., Escada and Prada.
Robertson Boulevard: Between Beverly Boulevard and Burton Way
Boutiques, design shops and restaurants including Kitson, Curve, Lisa Kline, Agnès B., Armani Casa, The Ivy and Newsroom Café.
Westfield Century City: 10250 Santa Monica Boulevard
Open-air shopping center featuring top department stores, major retailers and cinemas including Bloomingdale's, Cole Haan, Louis Vuitton and AMC Century 14 Theatres.
Beverly Center: 8500 Beverly Boulevard at La Cienega Boulevard
Modern indoor shopping center featuring top department stores, major retailers, cinemas and restaurants including Bloomingdale's, D&G, Boss Hugo Boss and Sephora.