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Buenos Aires Design

The concept behind this retail center is pretty innovative: It's a sleek, multistory mall dedicated exclusively to interior design, and it's possible to outfit an entire home with goods purchased here.
From Buenos Aires' Recoleta neighborhood store listing.

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Patio Bullrich

Most of Argentina's notable clothing and accessory chains can be found in the prettily-laid-out space.
From Buenos Aires' Recoleta neighborhood store listing.

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Un Buen Orden

Luis Miguel Parma and Horacio Campillo regularly traverse Argentina, from the southern Patagonian plains up to the dusty highlands near the Paraguayan border, in search of all types of antiques—army medals, swaths of old lace, elaborate chandeliers-then stock their store with the spoils. Despite the shop's name (it translates to "The Good Order"), the way in which the merchandise is displayed is gloriously chaotic.

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Pasaje la Defensa

Perhaps the most atmospheric shopping destination in the entire city, this antique-vendor-filled retail arcade, located in the 19th-century former Italianate townhouse of a once-prominent local family, is so stunning that you have to keep rubbing your eyes to make sure it's real.
From Buenos Aires' San Telmo neighborhood store listing.

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Wussmann

It's impossible not to be impressed by this multidimensional stationery store.
From Buenos Aires' San Telmo neighborhood store listing.

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Guido

Wealthy Argentines like to relax on their estancias (ranches), and family-owned Guido is the place to go for authentic gaucho-life provisions, including handmade leather belts and bags, plus luxe polo gear.
From Buenos Aires' Hecho en Argentina neighborhood store listing.

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Marcelo Toledo

Young, laid-back silversmith Marcelo Toledo is one of the country's premier artisans, and his homey workshop/showroom is full of elaborate poncho pins, yerba mate vessels, perfume censers, and candelabras (prices range upward of $100).
From Buenos Aires' Hecho en Argentina neighborhood store listing.

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& Klevering Zuid

Home and gift items that are affordable—even given the brutish strength of the euro—make this corner shop worth seeking out (there is a second location on Haarlemmerstraat).

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episode

Well-preserved relics from the '80s dominate at this subterranean branch of Amsterdam-based European vintage chainlet Episode. A good chunk of the stock consists of reworked secondhand pieces, including piped nylon track jackets, paint-splatter-print skirts, and denim vests that have been tailored to suit a modern-day aesthetic.

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laura dols

We kept hearing that this was the single best vintage shop in Amsterdam; upon visiting we were pleasantly surprised to learn that there are in fact two Laura Dols outposts across the street from each other. The main store sells '40s, '50s, and '60s dresses; the newer spot has coats, additional clothing, and a not-to-be-missed back section dedicated to (quite reasonably priced) old French floral-print bed linens.

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