114 posts tagged Children in ALL BLOGS


Havaianas

Havaianas recently opened a 1,250 square-foot store in the heart of Huntington Beach. The shop is located right across from the Huntington Pier, and boasts a selection of over 150 styles to choose from, along with a kiosk to customize and design your own pair of sandals. The store also carries an eclectic array of limited edition sandals that
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Manufactum

Manufactum is the destination for lovers of classic design made from time-tested materials. Products created with care and years of experience is what they stand for. The result is a store filled with beautiful pieces for all parts of your life, from household goods to stationary, cosmetics and fashion. Brands include Redwing Shoes, Schiesser and Regent. If you’re
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Pass The Baton

Pass the Baton is truly a Tokyo vintage gem. Every object is carefully placed on the floors, tables and walls in this conceptual recycle shop. Each of the articles for sale has a story- literally. Much of the merchandise is donated by famous people such as Nigo, founder and owner of Bathing Ape, who has a shop-in-shop displaying his vintage
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Gomina

Joining the ranks of childrenswear shops in the Marais district, Gomina, which opened in November 2009, offers a unique selection of children’s clothing, shoes and toys in its colorful space. Classic knits from French favorites Lacoste, Petit Bateau and Saint James hang alongside fresh graphic T-shirts, dresses and more by beloved Japanese labels Muchacha, Mini Rodini, La Petite Luce and
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Cmyk

CMYK is an eclectic little store in Nørrebro that sells inexpensive A4 prints, and posters made by artists, illustrators, and graphic designers.  Zines, magazines and books with a strong focus on the visual are available, and are commonly distributed by very small publishing houses or are self-published. This shop is a wonderful place to find works created by local artists. Jægersborggade
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Republic Of Fritz Hansen

This new showroom for the Republic of Fritz Hansen is located in Nordhavn, nestled in the harbor in a rather industrial area filled with spacious warehouses. A large space with huge glass windows overlooking the harbor and shipping area embraces the unique landscape. Painted brick walls showcase Fritz Hansen’s key furniture pieces. The newest is the traditional and iconic egg
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Paustian

This lush interior design store was designed by Danish architect Jørgen Utzon, best known for the Sydney Opera House. Paustian is located in Nordhavn, but is situated along the harbor in a rather industrial area filled with spacious warehouses. It is spread over two floors and filled with a colorful array of furniture and home décor with a minimalist aesthetic.
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Le Temps Des Cerises

This celebrated French denim label kicked off 2010 with the opening of its second Paris location in the heart of the Marais district. Denim is the shining star, alongside casualwear and their signature graphic T-shirts for all markets. Pieces from their secondary line, JapanRags, make it a one-stop-shop for denim lovers. 7 Rue des Rosiers 75004 Paris Tel: + 33 (0)1 42 74
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A Fabula

“A playful universe” sums up the atmosphere of this children's line that moves moms, dads and kids alike. Created by the architect Marcelo Rosenbaum, this store makes kids feel as if they have entered an enchanted kingdom, where leopards are pink and alligators are orange. Kátia Barros, stylist in charge of the label, dresses girls ages 0-10. The clothing's colors
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Ronaldo Fraga

This boutique, in the popular neighborhood of Vila Madalena, is where designer Ronaldo Fraga lets his strong personality shine through his unique designs. Famous for producing highly emotional runway shows, he is known for his preference in showing "real life" instead of following trends. Inside the store you’ll find great outerwear and eveningwear for men and women, along with a
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Isabela Capeto

Recognized as one of Brazil's most important designers, Isabela Capeto is inspired by museums and books, not trends. Impeccable, one-of-a-kind, modern clothing and accessories make this boutique a local favorite. Her designs are about unique details: handmade, embroidered, dyed, plisse, sequins, tulle and fabric trims. Isabela's creativity has also become available to girls between ages four and ten, with "Isabela
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Adriana Barra

This charming 'boutique hotel" feels like a real hotel, from the architecture to the furniture and service. Adriana Barra's beautiful printed clothes hang on gold baggage carts, the kitchen features industrial appliances, and the dressing rooms are inspired by the common areas of hotels. Adriana also created an area called "Be My Guest", where artists and designers are invited to
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Stue

Owner Heike Marie Rädeker and designer Ilke Penzlien are the team behind this charming stop. “Stue” means living room in Danish, an accurate description of this cozy store, which offers a well-edited selection of vintage furniture, ceramics, glass and china from Denmark, Sweden and Finland. Most pieces are reworked and upholstered onsite, using exclusive Danish fabrics. Located in trendy Mitte,
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Lotty

Lotty is a magical world of vintage baubles, whimsical figurines and classic accessories that make this shop feel like a playroom for adults. The cozy interior is jam-packed with a myriad of items, from American vintage clothing to handmade mittens and quilts. Owner, Ms. Shiozaki fills her store with only colorful and playful products, making this a refreshing retail location
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Oliphant

An adorable selection of children’s clothing is one of the highlights of this hugely popular boutique, and includes brands such as Tammy Donohoe and Eponime. Sophisticated gingham shirts and thick hand knit onesies share space with sweet shoes and one-of-a-kind accessories, perfect for the budding fashionista. The sophisticated styles here have made this shop a favorite among locals and visitors
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