Christian Louboutin
S. Santa Monica Blvd.
Saint Laurent
Closed
Zadig & Voltaire
Amiri
Brioni
Alexander McQueen
Loro Piana
Max Mara
Philipp Plein
Closed
Lacoste
Frette
Bijan
Panerai
Grand Seiko Boutique
For lease
Stuart Weitzman
La Perla
G-Star RAW
Guess
Maison Goyard
Bulgari
Brighton Way
David Yurman
Vacheron Constantin
Salvatore Ferragamo
Balenciaga
Gucci
Prada
Ermenegildo Zegna
Tod’s
IWC Schaffhausen
Coach
Closed
Piaget

Piaget

In March 2020, they “temporarily” moved the store around the corner. The Rodeo location has yet to reopen.

Dior
For lease

For lease

There are ten empty stores on the street, but most pre-date the pandemic.

For lease
For lease
Dior
Burberry
Dayton Way
Louis Vuitton
Canali
Fendi
Rimowa
U-TURN!
New owners
Tiffany & Co.

Tiffany & Co.

The jewellery company was bought by LVMH, which now fills nine storefronts on Rodeo.

Brunello Cucinelli
Carolina Herrera
Closed
Lalique

Lalique

Fashion retailer Golden Goose will fill the hole left by the French luxury store.

Jimmy Choo
Agent Provocateur
For lease
Lanvin
Stefano Ricci
Dayton Way
Van Cleef & Arpels
Harry Winston
Dolce & Gabbana
Bottega Veneta
Valentino
Saint Laurent
Moncler
Closed
Battaglia
Balenciaga
For lease
Tom Ford
Closed
Michael Kors

Michael Kors

In July 2020, its parent company said it may close 170 stores over the next two years.

Luxe Hotel
Rolex
Patek Philippe
For lease
Tory Burch
Cartier
Brighton Way
Demolished
Chanel

Chanel

This building, and the salon next door, have been demolished to make way for a new Chanel flagship.

St. Supéry Tasting Salon
MCM
For lease
For lease
Vera Wang
Closed
Tumi

Tumi

Tumi’s parent company, Samsonite, was hit by the global decline in travel.

Hermés
Giorgio Armani
Lancer
Ralph Lauren
Celine
For lease
S. Santa Monica Blvd.
Onitsuka Tiger