Ever at the ready to serve local shoppers and fresh air-seeking strollers (and fresh off the news of California's retail reopening plans), three of L.A.'s most popular lifestyle hubs rolling out a way to safely shop their stylish directories. Starting today, Caruso properties The Grove, The Americana at Brand, and Palisades Village are launching Curbside Concierge, a complimentary service that allows customers to shop retailers and restaurants online and pick up their goods IRL sans contact.
Shoppers can fill their carts with clothing, footwear, accessories, beauty and wellness products, books, gifts, grocery items, and more from select boutiques as well as take-out food from each center's restaurants. That means you can pick up a Givenchy bag for $1,590, Charlotte Tilbury's Matte Revolution lipstick for $34, bites from Blue Ribbon Sushi and Umami Burger, Sprinkles cupcakes, Le Labo's $75 Santal 26 candles, and much more at The Grove.
If Glendale is more your spot, the Americana offers Gorjana's affordable adornments for $38, Saint Laurent bucket bags for $843, Pressed Juicery's healthy sips and cleanses, coffee from Philz, sandwiches from Deluca's Italian Deli, and Chinese food from Din Tai Fung, among other items.
Closer to the coastline at Palisades Village, you can pick up produce and more from Erewhon, java and tea from Alfred Coffee, fine jewelry by Jennifer Meyer, home goods by St. Frank, luxe clothing and accessories by Cynthia Rowley and Veronica Beard, and treats from Sweet Laurel, to name a few picks.
Also on offer at all three properties are Mother's Day gift baskets ($100 to $200) that can be customized based on your mama's style.
Once your order is placed, you'll pick up your goods at the valet station at a specified time and date within the next seven days. And given that all three shopping hubs' walkways are still open for the public's enjoyment (while wearing a mask, of course), you're welcome to enjoy some pre- or post-pick up window browsing, too.
How's that for last-minute — and shipping delay-free — retail therapy?