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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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miauw

Every few months—and often without much advance notice—this boutique completely reinvents itself. One season it might stock only limited-edition T-shirts (and artfully frame them with masking tape on the walls); the next, it could be dedicated to accessories by small designers. This fall, look for Miauw to bring in an international lineup of labels including Karen Walker, Preen, and Gaspard Yurkievich.

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sky

Scattered-about Persian rugs, accessory-filled nooks, and a wall-size collage of vintage fashion photos give this neighborhood favorite the intimate feel of a designer's studio. It's the perfect chilled-out place to browse for laid-back labels like A.P.C. and Arnhem-based Humanoid.

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van ravenstein

If you're heavily into Belgian designers—or just want to educate yourself—stop by this sleek, surprisingly unpretentious temple to high design. It has more pickings from Dries Van Noten, Martin Margiela, and Ann Demeulemeester than we've ever seen in one place, plus a broad range of pieces from local heroes Viktor & Rolf.

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baobab

Blanketed with tapestries and lined with cases displaying exquisite jewelry from Madagascar to Mumbai, Baobab goes beyond your run-of-the-mill importer. Everything has a detail that makes it extra special, whether it's a necklace fringed with bits of snake vertebrae or an ikat scarf dyed in an especially vibrant color combination.

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diversi

Pint-size Diversi stocks only a handful of lines, but all of them share a trend-immune, less-is-more aesthetic. Standouts include Rützou (known for its flattering, flowy shapes and subtle flourishes, like pintucks and tiny ruffles), and Ellen Truyen (a Dutch designer who makes urbane, flat-as-an-envelope leather bags with interchangeable shoulder straps).

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liens & linnen

This is the kind of store you'd expect to stumble across in a South of France seaside town, not on a residential Amsterdam street. The interior is effortlessly simple, with unadorned fixtures and white tile floors, allowing attention to focus on the bright, beachy merchandise: Moroccan tooled-leather slippers, scarf-print skirts, piles of embroidered Indian pouches, and mismatched glass bead necklaces.

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