THE RETURN: After an absence of six years, the Crooks & Castles brand has returned to Fairfax. From left: Gee De LA Cruz, Crooks’ marketing manager; Dennis Calvero, Crooks’ founder/creative director; Emil Soriano Jr., apparel design director STREETWEAR HOME: The Hundreds boutique, 100 yards off of Los Angeles’ Fairfax Avenue, is part of the concentration of stores making the thoroughfare a capital of streetwear style. At right is a worker at The Hundreds who gave his name as 5ive. Also pictured is 5ive’s friend, who gave his name as Cali_Ant_Tay. Adam Derry of ADBD with Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook, who was shopping on Fairfax on Nov. 12 A section of the storefront of the Odd Future/Golfwang boutique at 410 N. Fairfax Diamond Supply Co.’s storefront on Fairfax Ave. It is located at 451 N. Fairfax. Interior of RVCA boutique, which is located at 501 N. Fairfax Exterior of Supreme, which is located at 439 N. Fairfax REPRESENTING THE GIRLS: Fairfax’s streetwear is dominated by men’s fashion. However, the Melody Ehsani boutique, located at 424½ Fairfax, sells women’s jewelry designed by Melody Ehsani. Her designs feature a street inspiration. James Rosas of Fairfax store YOUth, holding a custom Vans shoe featuring work from artist @Blue the Great MURAL TIME: Murals cover the doors of the former Largo nightclub on Fairfax. The nightclub will reportedly become a members-only nightclub. Exterior of Hall of Fame, 449 N. Fairfax Ave.

Los Angeles' Fairfax Avenue

Los Angeles’ Fairfax Avenue builds worldwide reputation as streetwear capital. Photos by Andrew Asch

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