Shopping

Top Choice Homewares in Jìng’ān

Design Commune

Run by esteemed interior-design duo Neri & Hu – the last word on everything tasteful in Shanghai – Design Republic has set up this multilevel showroom displaying products from acclaimed local and international d…
Top Choice Ceramics in Jìng’ān

Pīlìngpālāng

You'll find gorgeous vibrant-coloured ceramics, cloisonné and lacquer, in pieces that celebrate traditional Chinese forms while adding a modern and deco-inspired slant here at Pīlìngpālāng. Tea caddies and decorativ…
Ceramics in Jìng’ān

Jǐngdézhèn Porcelain Artware

This is one of the best places for high-quality traditional Chinese porcelain. Blue-and-white vases, plates, teapots and cups are some of the many choices available. Credit cards are accepted, and overseas shipping …
Fashion & Accessories in Jìng’ān

10 Corso Como

The first China branch of this glamorous Milan boutique incorporates the same model of 'slow shopping'. Over five floors there's a mix of men's and women's clothing, shoes, accessories, art books and design pieces. …
Jewellery in Jìng’ān

Amy Lin’s Pearls

Amy Lin's is the most reliable retailer of pearls of all colours and sizes. Freshwater pearls (from ¥80), including prized black Zhèjiāng pearls (from ¥1500) and saltwater pearls (from ¥200), are available here. The…
Antiques in Jìng’ān

Art Deco

For stylish period furnishings, stop by artist Ding Yi’s gallery in the M50 complex. His standout antique collection includes folding screens, art deco armoires, tables and chairs, and a few vintage poster girls on …
Clothing in Jìng’ān

Han City Fashion & Accessories Plaza

This unassuming building is a popular location to pick up knock-offs, with hundreds of stalls spread across four floors. Scavenge for bags, belts, jackets, shoes, suitcases, sunglasses, ties, T-shirts, DVDs and elec…
Drinks in Jìng’ān

Xiǎoyè Tea Shop

This tea store has a good collection of pǔ'ěr (aged fermented tea from Yúnnán) cakes and bricks lining the walls, as well as loose-leaf oolong, white and herbal teas. The back room also sells teapots and utensils.
Clothing in Jìng’ān

XinleLu.com

Local style mavens XinleLu.com have ventured into the offline world with this original showroom, displaying the best of their hand-picked bags, shoes and dresses from local designers.
Fashion & Accessories in Jìng’ān

Garden 27

Appropriately overlooking a garden, Hong Kong designer Alan Chen's new concept store has a focus on high-end floral and botanic-themed products. Expect anything from candles, soaps, ceramics and fashion apparel. Ent…