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LA Fashion District Tours and Tickets

Los Angeles is one of the cities closely tied to the fashion world, and although the area in the city known as the Fashion District is largely catering to the industry it's also a tourist attraction that's partly open to the public.

The LA Fashion District is a hive of design activity – more than 100 blocks where fabric makers and wholesale clothing distributors occupying huge warehouses. These places don't sell to the general public, but there are some retail businesses in the neighborhood – and even some that are typically only open to the industry have special sale days once each month during which they sell off samples.

Inside the boundaries of the Fashion District are two popular tourist areas. The Los Angeles Flower District, where you'll find hundreds of wholesale flower shops (even if you're not shopping, it's gorgeous scenery); and Santee Alley, a bustling pedestrian street lined with shops that's known for its bargains.

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Private Tour of LA's Fashion District

Private Tour of LA's Fashion District

Fashion, flowers and films go hand in hand with LA. The city is full of creative souls, no more so than in the fashion and flower districts. Professionals come here on a daily basis for clothes and wholesale flowers for the film industry. You'll likely rub shoulders with PA's and assistants to famous movie moguls searching for last minute items needed for clips and commercials. Downtown is a bustling place to visit and there's plenty to learn about the two districts and the history of how immigrants have built it into a successful and thriving area, created over 500 years ago by Mexican immigrants who settled here.
  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size

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