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- 71%Budget Travelers
- 70%Nightlife Lovers
- 69%Local Culture
- 69%Luxury Travelers
- 61%Art & Design Lovers
Member Reviews (10)
- melrose avenueMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersWellnessMar 09, 2014
In the ‘80s, this shopping district was the perfect place to pick up a Debbie Gibson hat or a telephone shaped like lips - and in fact, it was a famed center for Southern California new wave and punk fashion. Now it’s your best bet for finding stripper heels, studded belts, edgy everyday wear, and stylishly eccentric jewelry - much of it sold by independent retailers. In atmosphere, style, and price, Melrose is like the gritty, rebellious, rock’n’roll sibling of Rodeo Drive.
- melrose avenueMember ofLocal CultureBusiness TravelersFoodies+ 3Aug 30, 2013
Melrose reminds me of everything cool in the 80's and 90's. It still has the indie shops and tons of vintage ware. One of the few places you can eat, get a tattoo, buy platform boots ( KISS style) and get a shave all within 100 feet. With all of the colorful getups, everyday is a parade on Melrose!
- melrose avenueAug 25, 2013
Vapes of Wrath
7829 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90046
The newest edition to the eclectic shopping scene on Melrose Ave., Vapes of Wrath just recently opened it's doors. Featuring electronic cigarettes, e-juices and mods. Catering to the those attempting to quit smoking as well as fans of the e-cigarette trend. Vapes of Wrath also features art work on their walls and serves as a host to monthly art exhibits. More than just a store, VOW is also a lounge for those wanting to hang out and sample some of their hard to find e-juice flavors. Along with their e-cig products, VOW also sales T-shirts, hats and other promotional gear.
- melrose avenueJul 04, 2012
Melrose Ave is famous for it's cool clothing boutiques and vintage clothing shops. I would suggest parking your car and walking the strip up and back again. Maybe have lunch at one of the cool places to eat Johnny Rocket's is on Melrose, as well as Le Pain Quotidien.