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Ms Catwalk stocks fun, flirty clothing and garnishes for women...
Dedicated to all things swashbuckling, Pirate Soul has an impressive collection of pirate paraphernalia, glammed up with special effects that make it either exciting or a little cheesy, depending on your perspective.
California’s Marketplace of Unusual Items descends upon the Rose Bowl football field bringing forth the rummaging hordes. There are over 2500 vendors and 15,000 buyers here every month, and it’s always a great time.
They recently moved from Abbot Kinney to their new Montana Ave digs, but the ethos at this gallery hasn't changed. They sell the art, folk art and crafts from a cooperative of 21 (they used to be 10) female artists.
Supplies here include Middle Eastern and North African spices and foods...
It’s hard to miss this gigantic cookware store. It’s a chain, but a good one, and it started here in Seattle. The rich supply of cookware, books, gear and gadgets is bound to entice any foodie, gourmand or gourmet.
No doubt the hippest clothing store on the Western Slope, Urbane stocks cool urban threads for men and women...
It truly is a bazaar in the sense that the stock is eclectic and changing. Everything from beauty products to jewelry and clothes to out-of-print African American literature and vintage jazz LPs are available here.
A small boutique with a well-curated selection of trendy tops, dresses and skinny jeans from brands too hip to list here (I mean, if you don’t know, I’m not gonna tell you). Aprie is a miniparadise for fashionistas.
Colorful and over the top, this South Congress staple has been outfitting Austinites for years. You can rent or buy costume pieces, which is this place's specialty, but you can also find everyday vintage duds as well.
The flagship H&M at Herald Sq is one of a dozen branches of the Swedish clothing giant (check online for other locations). Both it and the store at 51st St and Fifth Ave have large selections of discount clothes.
Like a dry goods store from a different era, this manly outfitter stocks Woolrich shirts, Stetsons and lots of denim. They have a big selection of top-quality hats, which, like everything else here, are made to last.
Perish the day when ebooks render bookstores obsolete...
Besides rooms full of salvaged furniture and antiques, Greg’s regularly exhibits works by New Orleans underground and outsider artists, which can also take the form of found and folk art sourced from across the city.
Hey, botanicas can have variety...
This whitewashed, artfully arranged little boutique looks more like an art gallery than a consignment shop. But it’s just the place to find gently worn designer brands by the likes of Marc Jacobs and Stella McCartney.
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