With several locations in and around the Los Angeles area, Fred Segal is a one-stop-shop for all things last minute – and gorgeous. From cashmere to couture, candlesticks to purses, the finery is not at all lost within the vast selection at Fred Segal that even includes a Salon and Spa as well as eateries… gift certificates, anyone?.
Best of all, trademark bold colors and exquisitely designed garments coincide perfectly with this season’s trends. There is plenty of silk and cashmere for all at Fred’s. True to the fashion forwardness of the area, the best of the best, Fred Segal Couture, is flush with boat neck silk blouses with subtle prints and textures, handcrafted leather belts and accessories, and finely embellished garments with not too much be-dazzling. Timelessness truly epitomizes Fred Segal pieces, which won’t go out of style by New Year’s.
Fred’s is yuppie chic – minus the guilt induced by lesser institutions with zero, social-responsibility-flair about them. Zero Minus Plus has been a part of Fred Segal since 1985 and prides itself on providing an incredible shopping experience with products that focus on fair-trade, artisans, and eco-consciousness. They also provide means by which organizations can explore and facilitate new causes – and philanthropy is always in style.
As if the consumer needed an additional incentive to patronize Fred Segal, the Santa Monica location is frequented by Desperate Housewives icon, Marcia Cross for her shopping needs (clad in Wellies as of late).