In the center of Burbank's Antique Row in Magnolia Park lies the well coveted secret of Los Angeles locals and Hollywood A-listers alike - Playclothes. We are a 4,500 square foot embodiment of heaven, filled to the brim with vintage furniture, home accessories, and vintage clothing from the 1920's to the 1990's. Here at our vintage living store you can find everything from Grandma's front porch glider to Grandpa's garters!
Ranked “#1 vintage clothing store” in Los Angeles by Los Angeles Magazine, Playclothes dishes up for discerning shoppers the most unique retro finds available. We have everything from 1960’s Pucci dresses, to 1940’s doll hats, Miriam Haskell jewelry, and even some Rudi Gernreich pantsuits. All impeccably restored and reasonably priced, even with some still in their original packaging!
The store is spilling over with clothing, hats, purses, shoes, jewelry, lingerie, linens, kitchenware, pottery, outdoor furniture. We have a a variety of decor styles, including shabby chic, mid century modern, and Hollywood Regency. We love it all, so we buy it all!
Playclothes has been around for quite a while. We made our start in flea markets in the 1980's: Rosebowl, Pasadena City College, and the Vintage Expo. From there we opened our very first shop on Ventura Boulevard in 1999, moved to Moorpark Boulevard in Studio City, and we are now located in the lovely Burbank Magnolia Park antique district.
Playclothes offers the right mix of a relaxed atmosphere, merchandising, and a knowledgeable sales staff. The inventory is constantly changing; new items are put out every day, which are beautifully displayed and arranged according to decade and category.
Playclothes fashions have graced the bodies of Hollywood's best-dressed list including: Julia Roberts, Chloe Sevigny, Elle and Dakota Fanning, Taylor Swift, Jon Hamm, and even George Clooney. Costume designers have used Playclothes as a source for costuming films and tv shows such as: Dressed to Kill, Black-ish, Mixed-ish, LaLaLand, Why Women Kill, Feud, American Horror Story, LA Confidential, Austin Powers, Seabiscuit, Hail Caesar, Changeling, Jersey Boys, Catch Me if You Can, Oh Brother Where Art Thou, The Great Gatsby, Vinyl, American Horror Story, New Girl, Agent Carter, Castle, Grease Live, Boardwalk Empire, and Parenthood, just to name a few!