Fall’s hottest fashion openings up and down the coast
Updating your wardrobe for fall? Look no further than these of-the-moment retail destinations: LCD, which promotes emerging labels, is expanding to Downtown L.A. from Venice with its second store, housed in a minimalist-meets-warm space. 1318 E. 7th St., Ste. 126, L.A., 213-372-5525; shoplcd.co. Goyard opens its West Coast flagship, where clients can enjoy special items personalized by selected artists. 405 N. Rodeo Dr., B.H., 310-237-5745; goyard.com. Velvet by Graham and Spencer’s first store in the Bay Area—and 11th worldwide—delivers the brand’s signature minimalism. 2130 Fillmore St., S.F., 888-291-7412; velvet-tees.com. Stella McCartney’s new South Coast Plaza shop advances style and sustainability. 3333 S. Bristol St., C.M., 657-273-5727; stellamccartney.com. Opening in September, Sandro’s new boutique at Westfield Century City boasts a polished look with travertine stone and onyx marble. 10250 Santa Monica Blvd., L.A.; us.sandro-paris.com. Debuting simultaneously in the revamped shopping center, sister brand Maje’s shop has its own chic style, with linen-and-wood mannequins, gold-leaf touches and white marble. us.maje.com. An all-window facade reveals Fendi’s Roman roots at its new San Francisco store. 195 Grant Ave., S.F., 415-820-2090; fendi.com. In Acne Studios’ first S.F. store, concrete and steel interiors complement the label’s modern designs. 18-24 Geary St., S.F., 628-444-3238; acnestudios.com. And Fashion Island celebrates its 50th anniversary in September with fun festivities and a limited-edition beach towel designed by Trina Turk. 401 Newport Center Dr., N.B., 949-721-2000; shopfashionisland.com.
Written by KHANH T.L. TRAN.