The West Hollywood Design District has an amazing legacy of art, food and fashion. Since 1969, MAXFIELD has called this area of Los Angeles home. Over the past fifty years the store has evolved into an archetype of aesthetic expression.
MON - SAT 11 AM - 7PM SUN 12PM - 5PM
8825 MELROSE AVENUE
Original and rare collections of furniture, art and jewelry interplay with avant-garde fashion from innovative designers, many who begin their ascent to the world stage at MAXFIELD. The boutique store situated at 8825 Melrose Avenue has a curated collection of the best designers on the globe. Once you are inside you will have to discern if you are in a showroom, an art gallery, a jewelry store, a furniture store, a clothing boutique, a shoe store, a premium leather bag store, a home goods store, or a rare book store.
8825 MELROSE AVENUE
An extant example of Jean Prouvé’s 1957 pre-fabricated “STRUCTURE NOMADE” was permanently installed in 2015 along with a 100 year old olive tree planted in the main building’s entry courtyard. Prouvé intended the 1950’s structure to be a mobile museum, and MAXFIELD shares this thinking. Tommy Pearse has always displayed a curatorial approach to retail, and his Prouvé Nomade
MON - SAT 10 AM - 6PM SUN 12PM - 5PM
3939 CROSS CREEK ROAD
The Malibu outpost situated at 3939 Cross Creek Road is MAXFIELD’s take on beach essentials. Find the best in cashmere, jewelry, sweatshirts, sneakers and swim wear. The store is rich with Tommy Perse’s unique aesthetic and showcases items from his Private Collection of furniture, vintage watches and jewelry, art, books and other finds.
Gallery | CASABLANCA POP UP
Mon - sat 12pm - 6pm
sun 12pm - 5pm
8818 MELROSE AVENUE
Across the road from MAXFIELD Los Angeles is Perse’s Gallery space, boasting a pinch of Prouvé with sliding aluminum wall panels and beamed ceilings. Special Designer events are held in this space as well as exhibitions from the MAXFIELD Private Collection of furniture. Featuring works from groundbreaking designers and artists, including, Charlotte Perriand, Jean Prouvé,