Looking to do some shopping in LA? From sample sales and pampering beauty events to men’s and women’s shopping parties, we’ve got you covered with our list of the best events in the city for fun retail therapy.
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Yogis seeking a healthy dose of bang-for-your-buck deals alongside the usual child’s pose routine can head to DTLA’s urban wellness center, The Springs. In honor of National Yoga Month, this yoga-centric oasis is offering a $50 tag for unlimited classes this September only. With over 45 classes per week, a 100% fresh pressed juice bar, and an all-vegan eatery on-site, we’d say it’s well worth the price. Check out the schedule online and say namaste to your exclusive unlimited pass.Read more
DeVour Magazine is hosting a night sure to bring out the high-end fashionista and free spirit of all in attendance. This after-hours bazaar, held in DTLA's Arts District (810 Mateo St), will include runway shows, live body painting, a fortune teller and fire dancing. Fully immerse yourself and make sure to dress the part, because the night will be documented by deVour's very own for your chance to appear in their next issue.Read more
Pair your Sunday afternoon shopping fare with a frosty summertime scoop from LA’s beloved Sweet Rose Creamery—a sugary pick-me-up that’s dishing out seasonal favorites and Japanese-inspired flavors from now to Sept 27 every fourth Sunday.Read more
With holiday season right around the corner, celebrity floral designer Eric Buterbaugh sprouts up his inaugural hands-on workshop at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. Learn how to craft fall-inspired DIY bouquets in between sips of refreshing mimosas, and small bites from the hotel’s Executive Chef Cyrille Pannier on October 6. Reserve a spot with Hollywood’s beloved floral guru (think clientele like Gwyneth Paltrow, Demi Moore, Madonna—the list goes on) at $95 per person.Read more
If you're a diehard Fairfax Flea Market fan, then give the Melrose Trading Post's Taft Charter High Flea Market in Woodland Hills a go. This flea market only happens on the first Saturday of the month, but includes vendors from the Fairfax Flea Market and more (think of this like Melrose's hotter step sister).Read more