A Ton of Local and Global Brands Are Coming to Westfield Century City

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Westfield Century City has much more going on behind those stylish construction walls. As part of its $1 billion revamp (which already includes a fashionable facelift by designer Kelly Wearstler), the LA shopping center has just unveiled the latest round of directory additions both local and global, all set to open this summer and fall.

Alongside Canadian retailer Aritzia, the retail and dining hub will welcome LA-based clothing labels Bailey 44, Current/Elliott, Equipment, and Joie (the latter three of which share the same parent company); British label Ted Baker, French womenswear brands Maje and Sandro; and edgy Parisian women’s and men’s label Zadig & Voltaire; online menswear label Bonobos, sharp suiting brand Suitsupply; and men’s golf apparel by Travis Mathew.

Accessories and footwear tenants include jewelry designer Kendra Scott, minimalist Canadian shoe brand Oak + Fort, and luxe leather footwear and goods from Australian accessories brand R.M. Williams.

A total of 442,000 square feet will be added to make way for Westfield Century City’s new boutiques and eateries, which also include a remodeled three-story Bloomingdale’s, a new two-story Nordstrom, a new two-story Macy’s, luxe fitness haven Equinox, west coast’s first Eataly, Los Angeles’ first Javier’s, east coast fave Shake Shack, and dumpling go-to Din Tai Fung. (Phew!)

Once it’s all open, the dining and shopping destination will boast a grand total of 1.2 million square feet of retail space and over 4,700 parking spaces.


Westfield Century City
10250 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90067

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