Martin Grant

Tucked away in a quiet residential building in Le Marais, Martin Grant’s simple yet sophisticated boutique offers an intimate retail experience. A converted Haussmanian-style apartment, the space is a perfect showcase for the label’s impeccably tailored garments and evening dresses. Adjacent to the one-room boutique is the designer’s atelier, the proximity of which allows for both convenient bespoke fittings
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Angela’s Vintage Boutique

Take a trip back in time at this vintage treasure, where you’ll find everything from handmade gowns and summer dresses to furs, jackets, accessories, and costume jewelry. Styles range from ‘20s sophisticate to ‘70s disco duds, and you won’t break the bank with typically steep vintage prices. You’re sure to find something unique and daring at Angela’s. 330
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Not So Big

Founded in 2002, this Parisian concept store for children features its own eponymous line as well as whimsical offerings from the likes of Little Marc Jacobs, Petits Demons, and Le Petit Nouveau. With home décor items, accessories, and toys from labels like CocoBohème, Minilabo, and Flensted, this colorful space is a retail haven for children and parents alike. 38
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Couverture

A beautiful shop located just behind Portobello Road in Notting Hill, Couverture is a unique concept store specializing in fashion for women, one-off vintage interior pieces, and knitted toys and clothing for children. Established in 1999 by Emily Dyson, a former designer for Paul Smith, Couverture mixes understated chic with sophisticated elegance with designers such as April May, Elsa Esturgie,
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Nuage Blue

Located just outside of Kahului, Nuage Bleu is a small town shop with a big town vision. Brands like Ella Moss, Jeffery Campbell and Twelfth Street bring the latest mainland styles to the middle of the Pacific. The store also has a trendy toddler corner and an array of chic interior goods, making Nuage Bleu a place where
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Biasia Rose

With hippie roots and an eco-friendly sensibility, Biasa Rose has always known how to keep up with the times. The boutique carries hip brands like Current/Elliott, James Perse and TOMS Shoes as well as a notable selection of Mother Earth-approved merchandise. For recession-conscious shoppers, Biasa Rose has a consignment area where sales can be turned into either cash or store
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88 Tees

Hidden in the madness of Waikiki is 88 Tees, a funky chain of boutiques indigenous to the island of Oahu. Well known by the Japanese and celebrities like Ayumi Hamasaki, Jackie Chan and Beyonce Knowles, 88 Tees has become a landmark shop for Honolulu. The store is famous for their graphic tees, vintage aloha shirts and unique Hawaii
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Imrie Boutique

The Imrie clan, Tasmin, Caitlin and mother Pippa, have put their senses together to create this stylish boutique. What began as a seasonal shop in the Hamptons has made its way to their other favorite city of refuge, Paia. From Maui-made bathing suits to editorial-ready pieces, Imrie carries a wide range of fashionable pieces. 93 Hana Hwy. Paia, HI 96779 Tel: (808)
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Tearose

Integrating flowers, fashion, and interiors, Tearose is a concept store fit for a Milanese princess. Glitz and glam are not to be overlooked at Tearose, as jewel-encrusted fur purses and hand-painted porcelain plates line the walls. Tearose has the goods to satisfy even the most opulent palettes of Milan. Via Manzoni 27 20121 Milano Tel: +39 02 8699 8767 www.tearose.it
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I Milano Tortona

I Milano Tortona specializes in limited quantity, unique designer clothes at reasonable prices. In addition to stocking everyday apparel, the boutique also offers their in-house brand, I Milano, which focuses on decorative acrylic pieces that inspire innovative accessories and embellishments. Let the creativity flow in the endless possibilities at I Milano Tortona. Via Tortona 12 20144 Milano Tel: +39 02
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Nana’s Thrift Store

Nana's Thrift Store is so much more than its name implies. At Nana’s, ‘thrift’ means reasonably priced goods that are not necessarily second-hand. Meant to feel like a home away from home, friends hang out while sorting through the new and used clothes. Nana even gives local fashion students an opportunity to sell at her shop.Via Tortona 12 20144 MilanoTel:
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The Outpost

For Barcelona men in the know, The Outpost is a coveted fashion destination. Labels such as Cire Trudon, Maquedao, Maison Martin Margiela, Balenciaga, Jil Sander and Comme Des Garçons are just a few of the avant-garde offerings here, in addition to hip footwear and grooming products from Erno Laszlo. Carrer del Rosselló 281 bis 08037 Barcelona Tel: +34 93 457 71
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Paco Rueda

Luis Rueda took over his father's eponymous 30 year-old store almost three years ago and has transformed it into an updated version of the original, with designers that are otherwise hard to find. Fashion-forward brands such as Kim Jones, Henrik Vibskov, Opening Ceremony and Raf Simons are just a few of the choice labels found here. Carrer de Jaume I 16 Barcelona
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Sno

Hidden in the uptown Gràcia district, owners Camilla Brindfors and Ulrika Garat have stocked Snö with a selection of all things Swedish. Designed by noted Swedish architect Anki Gneib, this modern spread is loaded with fashion from Acne Jeans and Filippa K, home goods by Design House Stockholm and ByRedo, as well as grooming products from Ole Henriksen and SachaJuan.
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Blow By Le Swing

Blow is Le Swing's rebellious younger sister. Located a block from Le Swing, Blow offers retro-inspired pieces from local designers like Maria Escoté in addition to a well-edited selection of vintage apparel from Chanel, Louis Vuitton and YSL. To top it all off, Blow also offers unique second-hand furniture and home accessories, making this past-meets-present boutique a must-see. Carrer del
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