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Sabater Hermanos

A few years back, stylish siblings Eliana, Martin, and Sebastian Sabater took their family's 70-year-old soap business and gave it a serious makeover.
From Buenos Aires' Palermo Soho 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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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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de lairesse apotheek

This drugstore blew our minds. It looks entirely unassuming from the outside, but once you step in, it's as if you've entered a terrarium-like spaceship. Walls of green glass drawers arc around the space; the floor is covered with one huge photo print of ginkgo leaves; and a giant tree trunk bisects the counter.

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Angel Basics Too and Too by Angel Basics

Sisters Marisa and Mariëlla Angel opened this pair of shops because they wanted to offer the area's many artists and creative types access to anything-but-run-of-the-mill clothing. Angel Basics, the original store, is largely stocked with pieces priced south of 100 euros, while Too is home to splurgier familiar-label items, like Antik Batik tunics and Anonymous camisoles.

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Jan

Despite its space constraints—or perhaps as a serendipitous result of them—this cheerful garden-facing object shop takes great pains to present an enormous range of impeccably edited items, from leather bags by owner Janna Hallink to blissfully scented Catherine Memmi candles.

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Madova

High-quality leather gloves in a myriad of hues—and for between $25 and $65—make this a popular stop for Florentines and tourists alike. There are even lining options: from silk to cashmere to shearling.

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Officina Profumo Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella

Easily one of the most impressive boutiques we've ever visited, this legendary pharmacy was started by monks in 1612. Not much has changed-you still shop for its gorgeously packaged lotions, perfumes, and soaps in the ornate, virtually untouched monastery. (The only modern accent: The checkout area is where the altar once stood.)

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Profumeria Limoni

We're fans of inexpensive Italian beauty products, like thick Neutro Roberts shower gels ($3), lemony-scented Manila handcream ($1.75), and moisturizing, lightly fruity Labello lip balms ($2 to $3). This drugstore chain sells these and much more.

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Spezieria Erboristeria Palazzo Vecchio

This Florentine pharmacy is revered for its eponymous line of herb-based beauty products—especially fragrances, like its Acqua di Firenze, a clean, cool-blue-colored scent ($14).

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