After rounding up the coolest TV and film billboards around L.A. recently, today it's the turn of July's most stylish fashion and lifestyle billboards.
Fashion billboardsFirst up is this vibrant creative from Bebe which really pops along Sunset Boulevard.
Next is the chic stylings of Prada with their latest billboard ad.
Even though it's ultra stylish, Emporio Armani may have jumped the gun with this ad for their Fall/Winter 2011 line. Should they really be advertising winter coats in blazing sunshine in the height of Summer?
Guess opts for a retro look evoking Marilyn Monroe for their giant billboard at Sunset Boulevard and Doheny Road this month.
Calvin Klein continues their 'Box' campaign with a new creative. if you like this, be sure to also check out other CK One billboards at Daily Billboard.
Captain America himself, Chris Evans, and Evan Rachel Wood steam up the Sunset Strip with this fragrance billboard for Gucci Guilty Pour Homme.
And tattoos are always in fashion here in L.A., so here's a billboard for Body Electric Tattoo along Melrose Avenue.
In general people are not wearing that much in the hot Summer sun in L.A., especially at all the pool parties, but what they are doing is drinking, hence all the alcohol billboards around town this month.
This cool Corona Extra billboard looks inviting, mainly due to the beautiful sandy shoreline, but also that ice cold refreshing beer makes your mouth water (even if you don't like the taste).
Malibu tries to revitalise itself with a new 'Black' variant. Personally I've never liked the coconut taste.
I'm more a vodka connoisseur and Stoli has been advertising this month to compete with the recent glut of vodka brands like Skyy, Svedka, Belvedere, Absolut and Ciroc to name but a few, lining the skies of L.A. over recent months.
901 Silver Tequila adopts a smart and witty tagline for its new addition to the tequila market and apparently it mixes well.
Finally for drinks, this ad for Beau Joie champagne has been knocking around town for months now, so I couldn't resist capturing it before it disappeared, even if the billboard is a little uninspired and a tad old-fashioned.
And to finish, I thought this tennis tournament billboard was very eye-catching and summed up the California setting with those palm trees at sunset. I'm also a sucker for ads with those special extensions which stick out beyond the dimensions of a standard billboard.