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15 Shops to Score Denim in LA, From Boyfriends to Skinnies

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From slouchy boyfriend jeans for an effortless look to hip-hugging skinny versions for a more polished touch to distressed baby blues for the ultimate Cali-cool ensemble, jeans are a perennial wardrobe staple that will never let you down. Given that LA is known as the denim capital, local denim devotees are blessed with an abundance of boutiques to shop jeans around town.

To ease your hunt for the perfect pair, we've revamped our LA denim shopping guide to include some new favorites. Score sweet deals at AG Jeans pop-up shop, dream up your custom pair with the help of Denim Refinery and have G-Star Raw tailor a pair to fit your stems like a glove. And for die hard jeans junkies, there's even a spot that will hook you up with cool home items made from reworked vintage denim.


· Denim Refinery Bows a Boutique in DTLA [Racked]
· G-Star RAW's New Tailoring Service Is a Perfect Fit for LA [Racked]
· Where to Score Denim Deals and Dessert in Westwood Village [Racked]
· Denim Wiz Foxhole's 1st Permanent Store Lands in Silver Lake [Racked]

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AG Jeans Pop Up

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Find killer denim sales at AG Jeans Westwood pop-up shop. Word on the street is the pop up might be going permanent, but either way you still have through the end of summer to swing by and check it out. [Photo via Daily Bruin]

American Rag Cie

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This one-stop shop has an incredible denim bar stocked with the newest men's and women's pairs from James, Nudie, Levi's, Svensson and more. The yummy cafe in the adjacent home goods store is just an added bonus.

Denim Refinery

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Denim Refinery's DTLA studio space allows jeans junkies to let their imagination run wild thanks to customization services. From revamping old duds to giving them an ombré touch, here is where your denim dreams come to life. The shop also features a ton of vintage pieces to choose from. [Photo by Stefanie Keenan courtesy of Denim Refinery]

Foxhole

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If you've got a real deep affection for everything denim, we suggest making a trip to Foxhole. The cool boutique will rework vintage denim into one-of-a-kind household gems that you'll fall in love with. [Photo via Foxhole]

Fred Segal

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As the story goes, Fred Segal was the originator of the "denim bar." The shopping complex remains a go-to for its breadth of brands.

G-Star Raw

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All denim devotees know that the key to finding the perfect pair of baby blues is the fit. Luckily, G-Star RAW offers an awesome tailoring service to craft the bespoke pair of jeans you'll wear forever. [Photo via G-Star RAW]

J Brand Factory Outlet

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The coveted jeans purveyor has an outlet downtown where you'll find all manner of styles for 40 to 85% off retail.

Joe's Jeans

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The celeb-loved, LA-based label built its brand on denim, but its evolved into a lifestyle shop offering everything from coats to bags.

Nudie House

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This is the home base for the Swedish brand, and offers men's and women's denim as well as tees and khakis.

Paige Premium Denim

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LA resident and denim designer Paige Adams-Geller keeps a close eye on trends. You'll find printed styles as well as coated options at her Robertson boutique, but somehow, her line never feels too slavishly of-the-moment. Geller used to be a fit model, and knows how to make jeans ultra-flattering.

rag & bone

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Rag & Bone's ultra-skinny jeans, available in a variety of colors and washes, rival the brand's footwear in terms of popularity.

Rising Sun & Co.

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Manufactured at an old-timey HQ in Eagle Rock, Rising Sun ascribes to capture the manly aesthetic and quality level of the "golden age of denim"—the '20s and '30s.

Ron Herman

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Discover a variety of jeans from all your favorite brands at Ron Herman. Standouts include Current/Elliott, J Brand, Siwy and many more. [Photo via Ron Herman]

Saks Fifth Avenue

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The department store has just opened D-Bar, a new man cave outfitted with a pool table, cocktails, street art by Karl Clay, a neon light installation and a John Allans hair salon. Denim offerings include styles by AG, Hudson, J Brand, Joe's and Rag & Bone, as well as lots of exclusives.

Self Edge

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Self Edge specializes in premium Japanese brands, and only super-strict denim nerds need apply. They offer completely raw men's denim for about $300 to $400 per pair.

AG Jeans Pop Up

Find killer denim sales at AG Jeans Westwood pop-up shop. Word on the street is the pop up might be going permanent, but either way you still have through the end of summer to swing by and check it out. [Photo via Daily Bruin]

American Rag Cie

This one-stop shop has an incredible denim bar stocked with the newest men's and women's pairs from James, Nudie, Levi's, Svensson and more. The yummy cafe in the adjacent home goods store is just an added bonus.

Denim Refinery

Denim Refinery's DTLA studio space allows jeans junkies to let their imagination run wild thanks to customization services. From revamping old duds to giving them an ombré touch, here is where your denim dreams come to life. The shop also features a ton of vintage pieces to choose from. [Photo by Stefanie Keenan courtesy of Denim Refinery]

Foxhole

If you've got a real deep affection for everything denim, we suggest making a trip to Foxhole. The cool boutique will rework vintage denim into one-of-a-kind household gems that you'll fall in love with. [Photo via Foxhole]

Fred Segal

As the story goes, Fred Segal was the originator of the "denim bar." The shopping complex remains a go-to for its breadth of brands.

G-Star Raw

All denim devotees know that the key to finding the perfect pair of baby blues is the fit. Luckily, G-Star RAW offers an awesome tailoring service to craft the bespoke pair of jeans you'll wear forever. [Photo via G-Star RAW]

J Brand Factory Outlet

The coveted jeans purveyor has an outlet downtown where you'll find all manner of styles for 40 to 85% off retail.

Joe's Jeans

The celeb-loved, LA-based label built its brand on denim, but its evolved into a lifestyle shop offering everything from coats to bags.

Nudie House

This is the home base for the Swedish brand, and offers men's and women's denim as well as tees and khakis.

Paige Premium Denim

LA resident and denim designer Paige Adams-Geller keeps a close eye on trends. You'll find printed styles as well as coated options at her Robertson boutique, but somehow, her line never feels too slavishly of-the-moment. Geller used to be a fit model, and knows how to make jeans ultra-flattering.

rag & bone

Rag & Bone's ultra-skinny jeans, available in a variety of colors and washes, rival the brand's footwear in terms of popularity.

Rising Sun & Co.

Manufactured at an old-timey HQ in Eagle Rock, Rising Sun ascribes to capture the manly aesthetic and quality level of the "golden age of denim"—the '20s and '30s.

Ron Herman

Discover a variety of jeans from all your favorite brands at Ron Herman. Standouts include Current/Elliott, J Brand, Siwy and many more. [Photo via Ron Herman]

Saks Fifth Avenue

The department store has just opened D-Bar, a new man cave outfitted with a pool table, cocktails, street art by Karl Clay, a neon light installation and a John Allans hair salon. Denim offerings include styles by AG, Hudson, J Brand, Joe's and Rag & Bone, as well as lots of exclusives.

Self Edge

Self Edge specializes in premium Japanese brands, and only super-strict denim nerds need apply. They offer completely raw men's denim for about $300 to $400 per pair.