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Great store in downtown with gifts for every occasion and a great selection of art and amazing flowers. Parking was free. The prices were fair and easy to negotiate. I got a good deal on my wedding flowers and they were perfect. I would recommend moskatals to anyone! Great store in downtown with gifts for every occasion and a great selection of art and amazing flowers. Parking was free. The prices were fair and easy to
Huge retail store with a wide selection of craft products. I needed decorations for our upcoming wedding and was able to find almost everything we needed: fabric, candles, table numbers, glass bowls, thank-you cards. The only thing that was a little skimpy in selection were LED light strings and glass bowls. However the flower district has plenty of options in the area.There is a whole section devoted to seasonal decorations but I didnt have time to explore that section.Park in the parking lot above the building. Entrance ramp to the parking lot is to the right of the entrance but is easy to miss. Get validation for 2 hours of free parking with a max of $4.
Moskatels has been a division of Michaels Arts & Crafts since 1987; they have some of the same products as Michaels, but, they also carry items from other suppliers. Moskatels doesn't have a website; the one for Michaels has been included for reference.They do have a Facebook page. (Source: www.theacme.com)
We love the boutique/art gallery Just One Eye. It's kind of like a Colette Paris had a luxe-industrial flowerchild in Los Angeles. From curated little objects and antiques to crocodile print leather backpacks and sneaker collaborations, it's a wonderland of curated eye candy. We love that it's secretly housed in a stunning historical Art Deco-style building and you would never expect to find a designer's paradise inside for the most discerning of tastes. It's a mix of modern pops of color with dark antiques that create something truly unexpected. As jewelry designers, we especially love walking in to find specialty fine jewelry pieces, such as one-of-a-kind pieces from Cartier and Hermes or a blinged out diamond hand chain that says "FUCK" down the palm. It's just an inspiration to see what kind of trinkets the store even finds. Just One Eye really takes art and luxury to a whole new level. While it's over the top, it's as under the radar as a speakeasy in New York and the best kind of getaway is a secret you have to find.
Los Angeles has more stores than anyone could physically tackle, but somehow we always keep returning to the usual suspects. To break out of the rut, we've asked some local shopping and fashion gurus to provide their hidden retail gems—those unique stores around LA that we might not all know about. Cue the Beatles: We're about to get a little help from our friends. (Source: la.racked.com)