We followed these jet-setting Daddy’s Girls from New York to L.A., as they catapulted PASTRY, their hip, trendy collection of clothing, footwear, and accessories. Being bi-coastal, the stylish shopping duo now navigates fab boutique-shopping from east to west.
The owner of this trendy boutique in the heart of 3rd Street fills the racks with vintage-inspired designs, one-of-a-kind jewelry, and promising young designers breaking into the industry. She even offers in-house alterations on the spot. Go for chic, of-the-moment finds that kindly range from $150-$310.
8238 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA
323.655.4111 - jlmarks.com
I love vintage, so one of my first pit-stops when I’m in L.A. is the stylish LF Robertson boutique. It’s my go-to place for cutting-edge designers like Jeffrey Campbell and Emma & Sam. I also love their fun separates and rows and rows of stylish shoes! They have a knack for unearthing the newest trends and finding hidden fashion treasures.
106 S. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
310.271.2727 - lfstores.com
One of my favorite boutiques is the Chanel boutique in Soho. It features super-cool Chanel pieces straight off the runway, like my layered pearl necklace. It’s an intimate treasure trove of hard-to-find, exclusive Chanel pieces!
139 Spring St., New York, NY 212.334.0055 - chanel.com
I frequent the Topshop boutique in Soho for their four floors of chic, well-priced pieces with a luxurious feel—especially cool leopard-print shoes and iconic and edgy rock star accessories. Topshop is jam-packed with the latest fashion online, too. They add 300 new styles each week to their site. Dizzying!
478 Broadway, New York, NY - 212.966.9555 - topshop.com
House of Petro Zillia
I started shopping here when we filmed the first season of Daddy’s Girls, and they always had such funky, eclectic pieces. I was happy to find my fave designers like Anna Sui there for affordable prices, too ($100-$700).
8218 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 323.782.0424 - petrozillia.com
Another really cool spot for all your basic fashion and home needs is Diane Merrick. Whenever I wear one of their stylish shoes or to-die-for costume jewels, people stop and ask me where I bought it from. An added bonus, they offer complimentary parking and cocktails.
7407 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 323.930.0400 - shopdianemerrick.com
This store is located in what I like to think of as Queens’ hidden fashion jewel. I used to go here all the time in between classes while at St. Johns University for my Juicy Couture sweatsuit fixes. They’re also legendary for their cool collection of belts and denim.
70-34 Austin St., Forest Hills, NY 718.793.3268
I LOVE any and all vintage shops, where you can get pieces you’ll be sure not to see anywhere else unless you use a time machine.