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A Mulher Do Padre

This hip store, whose name translates to “The Preachers Wife”, features a truly intriguing exterior that leads to an excellent selection of modern creations for men and women. Great stylish jeans hang alongside T-shirts, hoodies, tanks, skirts and dresses that feature creative graphic prints sure to liven up even the most tired wardrobes. Be sure to stop by for an
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Alexandre Herchcovitch

Located in a bright red modern building, the eponymous boutique of designer Alexandre Herchcovitch features a combination of vibrant colors and monochromatic styles for women, men and children. Must-haves include tailored shirts and pants, T-shirts embellished with his popular skull graphics and accessories with interesting metal accents. Don't miss his beautiful haute couture line. Rua Haddock Lobo, 1151 São Paulo, Brazil Telephone:
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Overkill

Berlin’s famous sneaker and graffiti store extended its universe in 2008 with the addition of an original apartment furnished with mid-century finds that are also for sale. The same popular cutting-edge streetwear and sneakers are available along with a wide selection of street art supplies. Storeowner Robert Schultz keeps the merchandise interesting by mixing established brands like Nike and Puma
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King 55

King 55, located in Vila Madalena, is a favorite among local men and women for their cutting-edge styles. This rock-inspired store is famous for their skinny fit jeans, available in every color of the rainbow. Tanks with classic prints, florals and checked motifs hang next to a vast selection of shirts, shorts, skirts and dresses, all inspired by music culture.
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Huf

Professional skater turned businessman, Keith Hufnagel, had a vision of one shop that carried all the hard to find street and skateboarding brands. In 2002 he opened Huf in San Francisco and the rest is history. Huf LA is one of the leading streetwear shops on trendy Fairfax Ave, always stocked with the hottest products. Their recognizable hats and graphic
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Keirin

Popular cycling shop Keirin gets its name from the famous track cycling event held in Japan. Store owners Gary and Mortimer specialize in high quality bike accessories along with clothes and bags that have garnered the small shop a very loyal following. Bike lovers and messengers alike find their favorite vintage jerseys here and relax at the café attached
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45r

Following its success in Japan, New York, and Paris, this Hong Kong flagship opened earlier this year to offer the city its take on timeless basics. Located in the new yuppie neighborhood of Star Street, the store’s relaxed, eco-responsible concepts inspire customers to return to nature without sacrificing style. By combining superior quality and craftsmanship with classic styles, 45R
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The Hundreds

Part clothing line, part online magazine, The Hundreds has become an iconic part of street culture in the global market. With a million hits a month for the site, the physical store in LA has become a center for street subculture. Inspired by Los Angeles lifestyles and culture, The Hundreds taps into surf, skate, punk and hip-hop for inspiration and
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Madera Design House

In the heart of downtown is the most magical design space, the Madera Design House. Trees rest in corners, grass and flowers come out of the fireplace and small framed artwork hangs all over the walls. Owner Leila Fakouri is willing to reproduce any look or theme, as well as rent out the space for private events. For a
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Kwin

Marie K. is the creative director and founder of this unique Seoul boutique in trendy Garosu-gil. With two decades of experience in the fashion industry, Marie uses her vast knowledge to fill her store with up-and-coming designers she has discovered during her many travels. Kenzo Minami’s graphic tees, Andrea Crews’ outrageous dresses, The Dude’s distressed denims, and Kwin’s namesake unisex
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Opening Ceremony

This Charlie Chaplin dance studio turned 10,000 square foot boutique is in the process of making its own mark on history. Opening Ceremony LA, has full collections of all the hard to find designers and a unique selection of the up-and-comers. The second floor is set up like a mini-mall with shop-in-shop boutiques each housing its own label. While this
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Frances May

Featuring a thoughtful selection of separates from labels like Rachel Comey and Vena Cava for the ladies, YMC and Corpus for the boys, and his n’ her pieces by A.P.C., Frances May has a fresh yet enduring appeal. Accessories by Steven Alan and shoes by Rachel Comey are the finishing touches at this sophisticated shop. 1013 SW Washington Street
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Stand Up Comedy

This shop's tightly edited selection of pieces including Acne, Mono, Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair, Slow and Steady Wins the Race make this a one-stop-shop for those seeking something a little left of center. Shoes by LD Tuttle and Osborn Design Studio, and avant garde accessories by Johanne Mills and Elena Estaun round out the well-curated collection. 811 E. Burnside Street
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Sousou

The Aoyama branch of textile designer Mr. Wakisaka’s Tabi (traditional Japanese socks) boutique is all about fusing modern design with Japanese tradition. They carry colorful Tabi socks, boots and sneakers and a small selection of unique T-shirts, bags and Tenugui (cotton cloth worn as a scarf). For a taste of Japanese culture with a twist of contemporary innovation make sure
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Initial

With the goal of discovering new talent, INITIAL features collections by less-known creatives from across the globe. This concept lifestyle store showcases contemporary womenswear and menswear lines alongside one-of-a-kind interior accents. Lavanda Shoes from Italy, Royal Lazy Type from Japan and Kirrily Johnston from Australia are a few of the accessory brands available. Shop A, G/F Style House, The Park Lane, 310 Gloucester Road,
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