843 S Los Angeles St
Los Angeles, CA 90014
The Lady Liberty Building, in the heart of the LA Fashion District, is named after the 50-foot tile mosaic of the iconic Statue of Liberty which adorns the front of the building. The historic building dates back to 1914, originally built by the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company as its main headquarters for manufacturing billiard tables, bowling equipment and phonographs.
Today, the 5-story building houses some of the most sought-after women’s and men’s contemporary and traditional apparel collections, ranging from local designers to European lines. The boutique showroom building has come to represent brand value and an eclectic mix of fashion lines to attract a wide variety of buyers during Los Angeles market week and all throughout the year.