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Owned by an expat with a great eye, this shop showcases wonderful antique Chinese furniture (a lacquered Chinese cabinet sells for $1,200), Mao memorabilia, like Mao statues from the ’60s,...
This boutique offers a funky mix of local designers like Alice McCall and Marnie Skillings.
This showcases the clothes of a number of local designers but doesn’t seem to keep regular hours. In the courtyard, which has an outdoor café, be sure to check out...
Internationally renowned make-up artist, world-traveler and Australia-native Sue Devitt, recommends: Located in Double Bay, this bright and airy boutique is a locals’ favorite stocking international brands including Missoni, See by...
Xintiandi, which means new heaven and earth, is a nine-acre neighborhood of restored brick houses that serves as a Chinese version of South Street Seaport or Faneuil Hall. Its fabricated...
Cutting-edge Spaksmannsspjarir is a worthwhile stop for anyone interested in fashion and design. Launched by design duo Björg and Vala in 1993, the boutique is set up like an art...
Groupe 16sur20 is typical of NoLita’s idiosyncratic entrepreneurial spirit. A “vertically integrated fashion cooperative,” the shop sells its Seize sur Vingt bespoke-inspired shirts and suits, hosts installations of art photography...
Just above street level in a cozy space with exposed beams and wooden floors, this five-year-old boutique resembles an old-fashioned atelier. In addition to the company’s own line, which is...
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