Maxfield Bleu is just a liquidation center for Maxfield, so it will only get new stock twice a year. The prices are initially the same as in the Maxfield sale (the red price), and are brought down further (the green price) about a month later. For selection, I shop at the main Maxfield store during the sale there. And for a better deal, (i.e. I like the piece, but not so much that I absolutely need it) I'll wait until the second set of markdowns at the Bleu store and try my luck. The first Saturday these markdowns take place, the place is a madhouse. I'd estimate that people buy on average about 3-4 items. It's like a swarm of designer loving locusts. The highly wearable, and more affordable stuff (Helmut Lang, Miu Miu, more mainstream Prada and Dolce Gabbana pieces) go quickly, and the editorial pieces (which Maxfield orders more of than any other LA store) soon afterwards, so a month later, you are really left with very little. I encourage you to go when they get their new stuff in. You'll be much more impressed by the selection. The Fred Segal sale is even worse. You'll probably find a few things, but unless you have made superfriendly with one of the salesgirls, you are not going to find that super coveted but super expensive piece past the first couple of days. I plan to go as early as possible on the Friday or Saturday the sale begins. BTW, if you like Fred Segal so much, you may like Theodore Man in the Golden Triangle area as well. They have a similar product mix.