Los Angeles big shopping Malls
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Los Angeles big shopping Malls

Los Angeles is not only the capital of movie industry and show business; it is also a Paradise for shopping, so the streets are literally awash with stores and shops for every taste and budget. Different fashion shows of new products from known and not yet very well-known designers are held a few times a week. Among the popular shopping centers in the City of Angels are: Beverly Center, Century City Shopping Center and Westside Pavilion Mall.

Beverly center Shopping Mall is a major fashion house in southern California. There are, at least, not less than a hundred shops, which reflect the different approaches to fashion and tastes. These are popular brands, which represented there: Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Fendi. But there are some stores of non-Lux class. Thus, Beverly Center can attract buyers with different wallets and views on fashion. Besides purchasing, the trading plaza has places for resting and enjoying a delicious meal. There are, at least, twenty cafes and eating places, which offer European and Eastern cuisine.

Century City Shopping Center Mall offers a big range of shops, selection of products which will satisfy even the most demanding buyers. The shopping center has an extravagant, upscale decor and relaxed atmosphere, which attracts both visitors from other countries and local citizens. There are more than a hundred trading places; particularly popular are Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s. The most famous brands, presented in the store are: Louis Vuitton, Tiffany&Co, Kate Spade, Madewell, and True Religion. Despite apparel and accessories there are electronics stores: Apple Store, Borders, The Container Store, and Papryus.

Shopping center Westside Pavilion Mall is having its place in the West of L.A. The Mall comprises 150 shops, 12 cinema halls, numerous cafes and restaurants. It offers brands from inexpensive to Lux. The lower level of the Mall has a Nordstrom cafe where great coffee is made, especially the Americano. There are people who come here just to drink coffee and go on about their business.

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