friendly staff, best fitting jeans, really awesome handbag, really cool jewelry, helpfull stylists
My review, Following Melissa Velia
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The stylists there are so nice!! I found the best fitting jeans there!!. I don't normally write reviews for stores but the 2 stylists I worked with at live on sunset were so friendly and helpfull!! They greeted me as soon as I came in the store and showed me a couple of new things they got in. The one girl helped me find the perfect pair of jeans to fit my bottom heavy body...LOVED THAT!! Most stores I go in to in LA the staff is soooo snobby and stuck up so it was refreshing to go to a store where the staff is friendly. They have really cool jewelry and a lot of cute going out dresses. I also picked up a cute jacket for my boyfriend!! I will definilty shop there again!!
new shopping and hang out spot in LA!.
i live just up the street from here so i walked over to see what the buzz was about...so cool! i got to tape a short video with this self-service machine and send it to my boyfriend :)
there was a live camera there that day too, i guess they film a lot of content in the store and post it to their website. everyone was so nice and well dressed! they have a lot of really cute stuff, both casual and dressy! one of the stylists helped me pick out a really awesome handbag...can't wait to go back for more shopping!!
best online/offline retail shopping experience ever!. the stylists are super helpful and I loved sending a video email to my friends back in NYC telling them about the shopping experience. Funny enough, the online shopping and entertainment is what got me into the store to begin with and it just launched, so super new and kewl... Ill be buying all my stuff online and in store for xmas for sure!
Move over, Fred Segal: This sprawling Sunset Strip spot is the latest entertainment shopping experience complete with a lounge, DJ and live music..
Once upon a time, Tower Records reigned on the Sunset Strip. Fast forward to today and the iconic music industry landmark has been torn down and replaced with what is being billed as an "interactive shopping experience" that just may be the next shopping frontier. Contouring to the fast-paced lifestyle so emblematic of L.A. culture, this designer emporium is intended to be a "live" experience, both figuratively and literally. There's a side-stage for live performances, (which is fully equipped to broadcast via the Internet), a Buddha lounge for sound-testing new discs and hanging out, and all the furniture is on wheels, ready to be rolled away at a moment's notice to showcase the next new trend. And don't forget the live action of shopping itself. Names like Kitson L.A., Joie, Nicholai by Nicky Hilton and British-import Superdry share space with funkier finds like bouquets of Dylan's Candy, scented body oils, candles and vintage accessories from The Way We Wore.
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