Mother's Day Gift Guide:
: Formulated with efficiency and sensory pleasure in mind, it's no wonder
is a cult favorite. Their skin, hair, and body products are made with only the finest ingredients, making them an ideal gift. In fact, the brand is currently listed on both
Mother's Day gift guides.
Not sure where to start? The friendly staff at the 9th and Broadway location can help you pick out the perfect gift.
862 S Broadway
Anything from Heidi Merrick
: Fashion District-based designer
is the epitome of California Cool. Inspired by the California coast, Merrick's breezy dresses and tops a exude a relaxed sophistication. The aesthetic extends to Merrick's collection of home goods, both available at the 9th Street flagship.
115 W 9th St.
: A timeless gift that doesn't have to break the bank. Shop
Perfume Los Angeles
and save up to 30% on name brand perfumes and gift sets. As a distributor, Perfume Los Angeles is a licensed vendor of luxury perfume brands. Their knowledgeable staff can make recommendations based on what perfume Mom's worn in the past.
1115 Maple Ave.
Eco-conscious and Sustainable
Scandinavian fashion and accessories are crowd pleasers and good for the environment. The boutique vets all of its brands to ensure they meet ecological and ethical values. It also carries vintage fashion and donates 5% of sales to charity organizations that benefit animals and the environment.
1040 S Los Angeles St.
LA Flower Markets Mother's Day Hours
Decided to buy flowers for Mom? The
will have extended hours for Mother's Day starting Tuesday, May 8, 2018. See the full holiday schedule for California Flower Mall
and The Original Flower Market of Los Angeles & Southern California Flower Market
Mother's Day, Sunday, May 13: 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Treat Mom to Brunch (and Dinner!)
Image courtesy of Poppy & Rose
The district's most popular dining spots are now open for brunch and dinner. Below ares some of the local favorites.
Best Girl DTLA
: Come for brunch and stay for rooftop drinks. Lobster Biscuits and Gravy and Crab Cake Benedict will be on the menu for Mother's Day.
Best Girl is in partnership with Chef Michael Cimarusti, renowned for championing sustainable seafood. Plus, t
he view from the Ace Hotel is worthy of its own celebration.
929 S Broadway
Poppy & Rose
: The beloved brunch spot is now open for dinner.
The new dinner menu features crowd favorites, like the Buttermilk Fried Chicken and Waffle, and a brand-new line up of fresh American and Southern-influenced dishes by executive chef Michael Reed, an alum of Osteria Mozza and Michelin-rated Sona. Poppy & Rose is located in the middle of the flower markets at 765 Wall Street.
Preux & Proper
: Southern hospitality done right. Preux & Proper is a New Orleans inspired Southern restaurant providing locally sourced, sustainable soul food. The restaurant is open for Sunday brunch. Menu favorites include the baked mac & cheese, shrimp & grits and the "pate a choux beignets."
840 S Spring St.
: No. 10 on Jonathan Gold's
101 Best Restaurants
in LA is just as stunning during they day as it as night. Celebrated chef, Steve Samson has created the perfect dining experience in the middle of the district's newest destination, City Market South. Inspired by Bologna, Rossoblu is a an ode to family, tradition, and craftsmanship. We recommend trying the pasta. It's made fresh in-house.
1124 San Julian St.
Car Sharing Service Now Available on Maple & 11th
Electric vehicle car-sharing service, BlueLA is now operating in the Fashion District. BlueLA launched with seven charging stations throughout the City of Los Angeles, including one at Maple Avenue and 11th Street. The public can conveniently rent an electric vehicle from, and return it to, any station. Learn how to reserve a Bluecar for your next trip to or from the district,
BlueLA is one of two transportation-sharing services operating in the district.
Metro Bike Share
also has various stations in the Fashion District, which allow visitors to rent and ride bicycles throughout downtown.
Enjoy food, flowers, and fresh produce at
The Wall Farmer's Market
every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The farmer's market sets up in front of the flower markets on Wall Street between 7th and 8th Streets.
Experience the District's Historic Theaters
Watch classic movies at The Orpheum and The Theatre at Ace Hotel. Tickets for the L.A. Conservancy's Last Remaining Seats series are now available.