La Brea features a carefully selected mix of tenants. These are a couple of the folks we’re proud to call partners.
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.
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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
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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
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NYC-based vintage lifestyle brand. A modern take on a vintage lifestyle – with a rock ‘n roll edge. WGACA’s creative hubs house one of the most extensive vintage clothing and textile libraries in the world. Vintage aficionados from across the globe, editors, stylists and the industry’s top designers frequent WGACA to delve into its world-famous collection.
159 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
A marketplace dedicated to Made in America brands by Davide Berruto and Camilla Trigano from Environment Furniture.
Shelter Half was named after two symbols of collective action: the shelter canvases soldiers team up to make into a tent and the famous Tacoma coffeehouse, founded in 1968, where civilians and soldiers came together over cheap dinners and lively conversation. In this spirit, Shelter Half is part showroom, part salon.
A place for both shopping and lounging, the pop-up space where the shop will host open-to-the-public events like movie and music nights, cooking showcases, roundtables and more.
Products range from fashion to photography and ceramics to books, NYC-based men’s retailer Save Khaki, Commune Design, Crate Denim, RTH and M + B.
161 S. La Brea Avenue