This is what Rodeo Drive looks like when all the rich and famous go home

A scene on the famed Rodeo Drive in the heart of Beverly Hills is quiet and empty, with many of the world’s biggest fashion brands clearing out their stores after closing under Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
(Jay L. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times)
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The Robert Graham piece “Torso, 2003" at the corner of Rodeo Drive and Dayton Way marks the beginning of the Walk of Style, along the famed Rodeo Drive in the heart of Beverly Hills, where many of the world’s biggest fashion brands have closed under Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order in response to the coronavirus.
(Jay L. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times)

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order has changed the landscape throughout the state. Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills is no different. The high-end shops are closed, the normally bustling sidewalks empty. The iconic location now resembles more of a closed movie set than a tourist destination.

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The two-level Louis Vuitton store is quiet and empty.
(Jay L. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times)
Saint Laurent has cleared out its stores after Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order.
(Jay L. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times)
Gucci has also cleared out its store on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.
(Jay L. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times)
Time exposure along the famed Rodeo Drive in the heart of Beverly Hills.
(Jay L. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times)

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