LCF Named Fashionista Town

The bundle.com website lists La Cañada among its top fashionista towns in the United States.

According to bundle.com, La Cañada's fashionista population is 6.26 percent of its households.

The data-driven ratings website examined the most fashionable cities in America, as well as fashionable towns. Here's how a number of towns rated:

The most fashionable town in the United States is Newport Coast [but, really, is that a town?] at 16.15 percent of its households. Glencoe, IL comes in second at 15.95 percent; Rancho Santa Fe third at 14.68 percent; Winnetka, IL fourth at 13.74; Key Biscayne, FL fifth at 13.09 percent; Corona Del Mar sixth at 12.85 percent; Beverly Hills seventh at 12.81 percent; Pacific Palisades eighth at 12.70 percent; Highland Park, IL ninth at 11.84 percent, and Atherton tenth at 11.56 percent.

Other towns beating out La Cañada are: Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, Calabasas, Del Mar, San Marino, La Jolla, Encino, Palos Verdes Peninsula [not a town but there is a zip code for just PVP residents who live in the county and not a city and there are four cities that are sometimes called PVP in combination], Malibu, West Hollywood and Portola Valley.

The only California town La Cañada squeaked by in its percent of fashion conscious households is Santa Monica, which came in at 6.15 percent.

The bundle.com material reports that on average 1.5 percent of U.S. households are fashion conscious.

According to wikipedia, "Newport Coast was annexed into Newport Beach, California in 2001." The 2010 census reports its population as 9,741.

LCF Patch Editor Donna Evans contributed to this report. 

Meredith May 03, 2012 at 11:22 PM
So fashionably fancy!
J McNally May 04, 2012 at 08:00 AM
So where do people shop for clothes IN town?


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