It's A Wrap
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- 98%Budget Travelers
- 84%Green Travelers
Member Reviews (4)
- It's A WrapMember ofGreen TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 2Oct 16, 2013
For those of us who don't live there, part of the fun of visiting the LA area is brushing shoulders with a bit of glamour and celebrity. And here at It's A Wrap, you can even try it on. Here you have a chance to fondle, try on, and purchase clothing and props from movie and TV productions. They have a great selection of cocktail dresses, ball gowns, leather jackets, and party shoes. I'm not a size 4 or 6, so what I could try on was more along the lines of mother of the bride dresses, or perhaps "woman in line at movies." They have clothes for women, men and kids. Each item has a code on it, and you match the code to the chart on the wall to find out the history of your item. I bought a jacket from "Warner Brothers Lot." Maybe you can fit into the size 0, red Jean Paul Gautier slinky red dress from Charlie's Angels 3.
- It's A WrapFirst to ReviewOct 19, 2013
If you're passing through the Valley, this shop is a fun detour on a generic-looking street. All of the clothes, shoes, accessories, costumes, jewelry and more are cast-offs from real TV and movie studios. Sometimes the tags even tell you the names of the projects they were bought for, although you never know for sure if a star or supporting cast member actually wore them (but you can pretend!). It's a way to get cutting-edge this year's or last year's styles for less, plus bragging rights that the piece you're wearing came right off the lot.Recommended for:Budget Travelers
- It's A WrapMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 3Jul 05, 2012
Cool! A star-struck clothing thrift store! Seriously, the inventory in this large, multi-level storefront are items from TV and movie wardrobes. Once the production is done, they've gotta dispose of them; for Hollywood is no longer a town that keeps everything. The down side is that most items are sized for the anorexic of both sexes, and it's not as cheap as it used to be. Provenance is usually provided, but if it's not you get to imagine...or maybe someday you'll be watching some show and say, "Hey, that's my sweater!"