Walking this famous stretch of retail real estate feels far less dramatic in real life than on television, for one thing, it's often nearly deserted, not a shopping bag-laden, paparazzi-swarmed star in sight. Ogle the Chanel and Tom Ford windows, stop in at Vosges for a Peanut Butter Bon Bon bar, then have a drink at the Beverly Wilshire.
A place to shop for designer clothing, shoes, etc, and very expensive.. If I ever been to Rodeo Drive, I would have lots of cash to shop for designer clothes, shoes and anthing that I would want from Gucci to Prada, from Burberry to Louis Vuitton, from Baby Phat to Lady Enyce and from Sean John to Rocawear and so on. That is how it goes when it comes to shopping for designer clothes and getting a brand new wardrobe every week.
Still the best spot to gawk at designer goods and the privileged few who can afford them..
The most recognized street in the world has been featured in movies from "Beverly Hills Cop" to "Pretty Woman" (and, yes, you can even pop into the famed Regent Beverly Wilshire hotel, where Richard Gere and Julia Roberts played house). Despite some hard times, this is still the best place to relive the '80s credo, "Greed is good."
With Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Harry Winston and a collection of designer tenants that would make Jennifer Lopez weak in the knees, Rodeo's stately drive still draws gawkers and Benz-driving bigwigs. The street lost some of its cache when Tommy Hilfiger's landmark 20,000-square-foot store closed in 2000 due to the designer's financial troubles, but that hasn't stopped J.P. Tod's, Christian Dior and Prada from setting up shop.
Go at night. The first time i went to rodeo drive was at night. and it was amzing.. It was so bright and colorful..major eye candy. There was so much to look at and see.The windows have cool displays and you don't want to leave! Just bring alot of money.... its very expensive to shop here