La Brea features a carefully selected mix of tenants. These are a couple of the folks we’re proud to call partners.
Schott NYC carries men’s and women’s outerwear, sportswear and accessories with an emphasis on American made goods. Established in 1913.
101 S. La Brea Ave.
A culture of research, experimentation, function and use are the matrices that have always defined Stone Island: the sportswear brand established in 1982 in Ravarino, in the Modena area, by Massimo Osti, Art Director and Bologese intellectual. Stone Island is an Italian premium men’s apparel brand from Ravarino famous for its compass patch that buttons onto the upper sleeve of the left arm.
145 S. La Brea Avenue
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Karen and Quinn Hatfield”s newest restaurant focuses on seasonal and sustainable meat and fish cooked over wood. The open kitchen gives you a great view of the live fire grill, Brazilian Churrasco, and wood smoker. Full bar and a focused wine list specializing in bio-dynamic and organic wines from around the world.
Hours of Operation:
127 S. La Brea Avenue
Form + Function. Aether Apparel offers high-end technical outerwear with a clean modern design.
161 S. La Brea Avenue
Urban street wear and designer sneakers.
111 S. La Brea Avenue
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American Blue Jeans & Quality French Imports.
177 S. La Brea Avenue
The Bonobos Guideshop gives men the opportunity to shop the brand in-person with the help of a Bonobos Guide – an expert that guides men through the apparel, educates them on fit, and provides style tips that work with their current wardrobe. Bonobos launched the Guideshop concept to make the shopping experience easy and personalized without the premium price tag of a personal stylist and time commitment of shopping solo. Customers are able to shop the full Bonobos collection in person and try on a range of clothes to find exactly what works for them. Ordering from the Guideshop is also easy — the Guide handles everything, including placing your order, ensuring it arrives on your doorstep within days and recording all of your style and fit preferences from the experiences so that you can order with confidence either online or in a Guideshop in the future. Make an appointment or just stop by: Bonobos.com/guideshop
Photo credit Koury Angelo
101 S. La Brea Avenue
SUGARFISH by Sushi Nozawa, with multiple locations in Los Angeles, is a different kind of sushi dining experience. The restaurant serves only traditional sushi of the highest quality based on Chef Nozawa’s style of sushi.
Hours of Operation:
101 S. La Brea Avenue
An assortment of sun & optical frames, including the Garrett Leight house brand & one-of-a-kind vintage Oliver Peoples eyewear.
163 S. La Brea Avenue
An eponymous line of men’s and women’s clothing plus emerging labels like Clare Vivier, Hope and R13.
123 S. La Brea Avenue
Photo credit: Ramona Rosales/A+R
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Design store by Andy Griffith and Rose Apodaca.
175 S. La Brea Avenue
The Kelly Cole brand is an improvisation of creativity and commerce, striving to bring forward a constantly evolving product line of apparel, art, furniture and accessories. By infusing culture and the counterculture of music, fashion, and religion/mysticism with classic Americana into its aesthetics and ethos; the Aspiring to the highest level of quality and customer service the brand is made in the USA and often uses true recycled vintage elements. Cole has been praised for the dying technique he developed that gives new life into t-shirts that were destine for the rag pile.
The Kelly Cole collection of denim, t-shirts and accessories are currently available at: Maxfield, American Rang, Confederacy and Fred Segal – Santa Monica.
Celebrity fans include: Rooney Mara, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Zac Efron, Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Renner, Demi Lavato amongst others.
171 S. La Brea Avenue
A casual dining concept by Karen and Quinn Hatfield owners of the eponymous Hatfield’s. Pastry chef Karen Hatfield will focus on house-made pastries baked every morning, Stumptown Roasters coffee, with a selection of fresh sandwiches, soups and salads in the afternoon putting a spin to the classics.
Housed in a rustic industrial space, a former 50’s era print shop, features vaulted ceiling, criss-crossing wooden beams and exposed brick walls with two sleek counters on either side.
143 S. La Brea Avenue