Los Angeles' Fashion District

HISTORIC BUILDINGS

Cohn-Goldwater Shirts
1910
Bailey Hat Factory
Brownstein-Louis Bldg
Cooper Coate & Casey
Santee Village
Western Electric
1920
Emil Brown & Co. Apparel
Braun Manufacturing
Mack Printing Center
McComas Dry Goods
Cooper Building
Stewart Dawes Shoes
1924
Graphic Arts
Grether Draperies
Maxfield Tower
Allied Crafts Lofts
Harris Newmark Building
The Angelos Shoe Shine Co.
Spurgeon Building
Textile Center
Theberge Lofts
1926
Garment Capitol
Printing Center
Pan Gas Garage
Furniture Exchange
Merchants Exchange
Raphael Glass
1928
Gottschalk & Sieroty
Marion Gray Company
Bendix Aviation
1940
Gerry Building
1960
California Market Center
1970
CMC Expansion


LOCATION

Gorky's Cafe
Red Star Brewery

Santee Alley


PUBLIC ART

Aboriginal Art
Mosaic Mural


LINK

Fashion District


HISTORY

The Los Angeles Fashion District,
a warehouse and distribution hub
of the clothing, accessories and
textile industry was already
established during the last century.

These 88 blocks are the best place
for the best price with apparel sales
and the retailers are also happy to
sell you anything else you may need.

Thousands of workers had been
employed once in the shirt, suit, hat
and clothing industry.
Exports of this trading place went to
China, South America and a lot of
other foreign countries.








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