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Shusta

Shusta’s shoes are made for walking. This stylish Mitte store has a carefully-chosen selection of shoes and bags for men and women. The owners, Fidel Tesfai and Tedros Tewelde, can tell you a little story about every label they picked for their store, like the Waste bags that are manufactured from recycled leather seats. Other brands include: Keds, Terra Plana,
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No. A

No. A’s mix of antique and modern interiors lays ground for the artsy and creative street wear the store sells. Owners Nate and Alana Vormher searched long and hard to find interesting and unique labels, some of which they are introducing to the LA market. With clothing and accessories that range from street to chic, the store makes it more
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Jefferson Hotel

Hospitality is the name of the game at this hotel-themed concept store for men in Amsterdam’s Jordaan district. The 2-level boutique also features a vodka bar, lounge and faux spa. Separates, denim and outerwear by Diesel Black Gold, Vintage 55 and Levi’s are complemented by a shoe selection that includes Converse by John Varvatos, limited-edition Nikes and more. Rare
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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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Balthazar Sale

Located around the corner from its sister shop, Balthazar Sale isn’t your typical outlet store. Upon passing through the neon-clad façade, visitors are greeted by the sound of vinyl music and a decoupage of retro athletic magazines from floor to ceiling. Sports buffs will wax nostalgic over the antique polo and fencing equipment and style-conscious gents will discover a well-edited
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Sportivo

Opened in 2001 by partners Oscar Gala and Gregorio Otreo, Sportivo caters to Madrid’s fashion-conscious male professional and has formed a loyal fan base in the city. The shop is stocked with a well-edited selection of men’s clothing from lines such as YMC, Garb Store, Folk, Lee Vintage and Acne. Its unique cosmopolitan and eclectic vibe is derived from
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Mini

Stocking labels such a Dries van Noten and Haversack, Mini also offers bespoke tailoring and elegant accessories including handmade shoes and silk ties. Comfortable elegance, reworked classics and cutting edge menswear coexist perfectly at this chic fashion den. Don’t miss the cool cowboy wallpaper custom-made for the shop! Calle de Limón 24, 28015 Madrid Tel: + 34 915480835 http://www.gruposportivo.com/stores.htm
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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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Oak

Opened in 2009 by siblings Manuel and Laura Losada, Oak is an exciting addition to the Madrid retail scene. Sophisticated and elegant, this gallery-like space is both inviting and inspiring. Many of the labels offered are making their Madrid debut including Trovata, Hannoh, Gryphon, and Dunderdon. A must-visit for its sophisticated yet understated atmosphere and apparel, Oak is a retail
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Skidrow

You’ll feel a distinct west coast vibe as soon as you step inside this streetwear store in Friedrichshain. Inspired by tattoo artist Mr. Cartoon, lowriders and Latino style, Skid Row focuses on American brands like Joker Brand, Soul Assassins, Dissizit, New Era, Nike, Reebok, LRG and Estevan Oriol. From funky caps to statement T-shirts, special selection sneakers to collector’s skateboards,
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Etage

On the third floor of a spacious apartment you will find Andreas Murkudis’ interiors store. Just walk up ten steps, ring the bell and a door will open to an unusual and intriguing experience. The top-notch display of work by Christophe Decours, Christian Haas and Rapedius Rindfleisch are accented by the simple grandeur of the space. Perfumes by Montale round
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Moulé

Founded in Canada in 1987, Moulé has expanded to include 4 stores, with the Portland outpost being the first shop on American soil. The sophisticated urbanite will find much to love at Moulé, with its varied selection of wearable separates by Rogan, Surface to Air, Pringle, Kaylee Tankus, and more. An eclectic and cosmopolitan accessories offering provides the perfect complement
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Thanx God I’m a V.I.P.

Located just north of Paris’ Place de la République, this vintage paradise is a veritable treasure trove of gems from seasons past, all dry-cleaned, pressed, and arranged by color for your perusal. The top floor features a designer-heavy selection of everything from coats to skirts by the likes of Thierry Mugler, Hermès, and Rochas, while the basement space (open only
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Narcisse

A dark and moody interior sets the tone at Narcisse, which exclusively carries flirty Danish brand Noa Noa. Almost as stunning as the clothing is the store’s visual merchandising, with romantic Victorian armoires, chandeliers and candelabras. Jewelry by local Brehan Todd and reproductions of Victorian-era shoes are the final touches at this unique shop. 1015 SW Washington Street Portland, OR
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Frank James

Once a small boutique in Bellingham, Washington, Frank James has expanded south with a second boutique on famed East Burnside Street. The selection caters to Pacific Northwest boys and girls looking for streetwise basics from labels like RVCA and SLVDR, winter coats from La Merde, denim from Naked and Famous, knits by Alternative Apparel, and much more. 729 E Burnside
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