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Brooklyn Denim Co

Not intimidated by the recession, Brooklyn Denim Co. opened its doors in March of 2010 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Bringing the world's best denim brands to the neighborhood, this warehouse-style retail store offers over thirty labels for men and women. They carry a variety of accessories, vintage-inspired leather belts and bags. The store also carries non-denim items from Schott, Levi's,
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Galaxxxy

In 2007, when mixing super-bright colors with standout designs was fully integrated into everyday street fashion in Tokyo, a team of three designers and a graphic artist founded galaxxxy. Led by director Hiromi Kishi, galaxxxy's apparel is created through an eclectic mix of inspirations: Japanese anime, the 80s, music, and outer space. The energetic designers have intentions of expanding
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The store’s wood floors and paneling are painted high-gloss black for a hard rock feel. Among the racks of eclectic and vintage clothes, the store has gray-toned British flags hanging as dressing room curtains. Muted colors let the one-of-a-kind clothing stand out. A majority of the items in the store are exclusive to Any Old Iron and include pieces from
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Heathen

Heathen is a sister shop of Midwest, both located in Shibuya, one of Tokyo’s fashionable shopping districts. Heathen carries the latest trendy articles for both Men and Women in a laid-back setting. Heathen’s spacious three-floor shop is set off by Pop Art-style displays, creating a colorful interior to showcase an abundance of cool retail items. Thanks to a keen fashion
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This two-story vintage location carries an endless collection of retro looks for men, women and children. Organized by gender, you'll find garments from the 1950s to 2000 that are sometimes modified to be more pleasing to the modern eye. Vintage goods mix with clothes from labels like Alcides & Amigos, beauty products from Granado, and a small selection of vintage
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À Lá Garçonne

When businessman Fabio Souza opened À Lá Garçonne, he based the decoration on a fictitious story to inspire himself. The concept was to recreate an atmosphere of a store founded in 1929 that worked until the late 1950s. The store “closed,” only to be re-opened with no modifications to its interior design. Souza traveled to cities in Brazil and
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F95

F95 opened its doors in the up-and-coming neighborhood of Friedrichshain in 2005. The makers of the Premium trade show used their experience to create a shopping Mecca with an exquisite selection of international brands. Women’s collections include Filippa K. and Michalsky. The denim selection ranges from PRPS and Blue Notch to King Krash. You can complete your new outfits with
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Select 18

Tucked away in the quiet outskirts of the nightlife district, Select 18 is one of only a handful of used-clothing stores in the city. While the interest for vintage items is only just taking off in Hong Kong, owner Thomas Lee has a ready list of fashion-forward friends happy to get rid of their 70s stewardess uniforms, 90s Comme des
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Van Liebling

Located near Warschauer Brücke, this store offers an up-to-date selection of up-and-coming and well-known designers. Find apparel, denim, and accessories by Cheap Monday, Supra, Voltra, Stil vor Talent, A.D. Deertz and KR3W. The store also carries art by Chrisse Kunst, who creates record and cd covers for Berlin’s bands. Van Liebling is run by Chris Kuert, who shows the dedication
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Moustache

Alex Daye and Ellis Kreuger arrived from New York City in 2005 with a distinctive flair and a refreshing new palette for men’s tailoring. With the help of partner Brandice Chau, Moustache designs mix vintage-inspired silhouettes and traditional sartorial workmanship with contemporary color stories. Whether it's the store’s cyan walls, a blazer’s neon binding-finish or a crimson buttonhole, Moustache
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Rockstter

Housed in upper-class street-shopping district, Jardins, Rockstter caters to men with sophisticated, yet casual swank. Created by brothers Eduardo Baptistella Jr. and Giuliano Baptistella, who worked with stlyist Marcelo Rodrigues, this hot spot presents deconstructed classics with a touch of retro style. You’ll find pinstripe, velvet, and checkered blazers; board shorts; graphic tees and accessories. Rua da Consolação, 3350 - São Paulo,
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290 Square Meters

Situated in a former bank vault, 290 Square Meters carries a unique selection of sneakers, clothes, books, magazines, bikes and beauty products for both men and women. The shop regularly hosts art exhibitions with an emphasis on street art and is a cultural hub in Amsterdam’s street fashion scene. Brands represented include Wood Wood, Nike, Henrik Vibskov, and Holland Esquire,
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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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International Playground

Co-owners Johnny Pizzolato and Virginia Craddock created an adult version of a childhood midday treat with International Playground, located in New York’s Lower East Side. The duo provides a one-stop shop for their global brand collective, an incubator for emerging designers and established brands. Their boutique houses a permanent installation made entirely of live plants, along with brands like Ravishing
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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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