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.
Utterly jaw-dropping, this may just be the most visually arresting store in all of Tokyo. The facade looks quilted (it's encircled with bubbly panes of glass), and inside awaits Prada's full line in an entirely white, spaceship like environment. From Tokyo's Aoyama neighborhood store listing.
With such low price tags on everything, it's easy to go a bit crazy at this two-story discount shop. From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.
One of the best-known stores in Tokyo, this seven-level behemoth sells a little of everything, from wrapping paper to kitchen utensils. From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.
Similar to Beams (see the Shibuya section), this large boutique chain features a varying selection from store to store. For the greatest variety of merchandise, stick to its Harajuku flagship, an airy stainless steel and glass wonder filled with a plenitude of understated lines. From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.
Socks are a big deal in Japan, from the ultra traditional tabio (split- toe) version, right down to modern styles with imaginative details like heel cutouts and ankle bands. This shop is part of a huge socks-only chain, and its selection is quite extensive. From Tokyo's Daikanyama neighborhood store listing.
Girliness is the key at Nojess, where it always feels like springtime: lacy dresses, velvety bed jackets, and bow-accented bags are evergreens. From Tokyo's Daikanyama neighborhood store listing.
Though one of the smallest vintage spots in the area, Bonanzagram is also probably the best. From Tokyo's Nakameguro neighborhood store listing.
It isn't big, but Lobby ambitiously pursues forward-thinking lines from nearly every continent; scads of unusual leg wear and underpinnings provide further enticement. From Tokyo's Nakameguro neighborhood store listing.
The only Midwest branch of the trend-centric NYC-based boutique chain. From Chicago's Bucktown/Wicker Park/Ukranian Village neighborhood store listing.