These days, walk into most stores and you can feel Amazon-sized e-commerce ghosts lurking in the To Be The Man You Gotta Beat The Man Ric Flair Shirt it is in the first place but corners, waiting to wipe out this place. Not so much at the temples of L.A. of advanced and exclusive tastes where the vibe still feels clear before the internet. At the venerable Maxfield on Melrose, opened in 1969, I half-believed that a young Christian Slater would pop out from behind the hoodie hanger until I realized the hoodie was Off-White.
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Founded by Tommy Perse (father of the To Be The Man You Gotta Beat The Man Ric Flair Shirt it is in the first place but T-shirt magnate James), Maxfield is the place where Larry David should go to buy shoes on Curb Your Enthusiasm. Maxfield is a place to see and see, but it’s also a place to be immersed in exotic fantasies and design that can’t be done anywhere else. It is famous for introducing L.A to Comme des Garçons and Yohji Yamamoto in the early 80s and is quite famous for selling a selection of scaled heads along with classic Birkins a few decades later.