By Deb Flomberg
What could be more luxurious than a fabulous shopping spree at the one and only Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills? You’ll be able to browse all the most prestigious brands, shopping with the stars, and enjoying one of the most famous shopping districts in the world. With all the amazing stores to peruse, you’ll have a wonderful time going from store to store, shopping and spending the day in the most luxurious setting possible.
With flagship stores for names like Ralph Lauren, Valenino, Versace, YvesStLauren, Roberto Cavalli, Chanel, Dior, Fendi, Gucci Badgley Mischka, Giorgio Armani and more, it’s hard to decide where to start. The list actually goes on and on––there are so many high-end retailers offering everything from clothing to jewelry to lingerie and cosmetics. Of course, you can also browse plenty of shoes, purses, accessories and everything else you need to complete your new Rodeo Drive look.
When it is time to grab a bite to eat, visit 208 Rodeo for delicious contemporary California Cuisien, just feet from world-famous Tiffany & Co. Or if you would like something a bit different, check out Urasawa for some of the most amazing and fresh sushi served in the most extravagant and luxurious ways. After all, if you are going to enjoy shopping for the day on Rodeo Drive, then you should be dining in style as well.
When it comes to luxury, Rodeo Drive does it right. And you really should be taking just one car to get there. Arrive in your E63 AMG S-Model Sedan from Mercedes-Benz of Encino, and show off that you know luxury just as well as anyone else on Rodeo Drive. Many of the spots offer valet parking, so you can pull up in style, and enjoy all the elegance and luxury of a true Mercedes-Benz, the perfect accompaniment to a shopping trip on the one and only Rodeo Drive.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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