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2018 LAX Christmas Gift Guide

December 14, 2018 Airport No Comments

Chocolate from See’s Candy

Founded in Los Angeles in 1921, no trip to L.A. is complete without sweets from See’s Candy. You’ll find the shop located in Terminal 5 – we recommend the 1lb Assorted Chocolates (USD$20.50) for under the tree.

A bottle of Riesling from Semler

The family behind Malibu Wines and famed Malibu Wine Safari (featuring Stanley the Giraffe!) produces a selection of wines harvested from its estate in the cliffs of Malibu. Swing by the Original Farmer’s Market in Terminal 5, starting from USD$9.00 – the perfect stocking addition!

A Barbie from Mattel Experience

Invented in 1929 by L.A. based entrepreneur, Ruth Handler, co-founder of L.A. County-based Mattel, popular toys such as Barbie and Hot Wheels can be found at the Mattel Experience in Terminal 5, starting from USD$3.99.

Sporting memorabilia from Magic Johnson

Hats, socks, shorts and more bearing the logo of Los Angeles storied franchises such as Clippers, Lakers, Dodgers and Rams can all be found at the Magic Johnson Sports store in Terminal 5. Prices vary.

Original L.A. Streetwear

 L.A. is the birthplace of cult favourite streetwear brands including The Hundreds, which has teamed up with L.A. Original, a collection born of diverse artists and makers from across L.A., to create an exclusive embroided tee shirt for USD$48. Luke Pelletier, an artist living in L.A., has created a custom L.A. Originals skateboard design, celebrating L.A.’s notoriety as the birthplace of the newest Olympic sport, for USD$100. See more from the L.A. Original collection, with proceeds supporting the Downtown Women’s Center MADE by DWC program, in Terminal 1.

Los Angeles from Book Soup

Located in the Tom Bradley International Terminal, Book Soup offers gorgeous coffee table books celebrating L.A.’s beaches and culture. Pick up TASCHEN’s ‘Los Angeles’ for $USD70.

Limited Edition Hat from Fred Segal

What’s a trip to L.A. without visiting the iconic Fred Segal? Tom Bradley International Terminal features an outpost chock-full of drool-worthy fashion, including the limited-edition Fred Segal Corduroy Low Profile 9FIFTY Snapback hat for USD$35.

If all else fails, a postcard always does the trick

Inexpensive and easy-to-pack mementos are always well-received! There’s an array of eye catching colours and designs at New Stand in Terminal 1. 

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