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fiorucci

Buzzing with energy, this famous megacenter consists of individual boutiques selling everything from lace-trimmed tap pants ($20) to limited-edition Le Coq Sportif sneakers ($90). Bonus: Fiorucci stays open later than most shops in town—until 8 PM.

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fashion factory

A long trek from the center of town, this outlet shop has a constantly changing stock (including a ton of Helmut Lang, and Miu Miu shoes for $50, on our visit) that will make up for the hassle of getting there.

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fix town factory stores

Take a 45-minute train ride up to Switzerland to shop at this mind-blowing outlet mall complete with Gucci, Prada, Missoni, Helmut Lang, Hanro, Versace, and Dolce & Gabbana. The prices are right, too: All the shoes in the Gucci outlet, for example, were $35 when we visited.

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Juana de Arco

During the early half of this decade, Argentina's economy was bleak and frugality was key, which gave designer Mariana Cortés a brilliant idea: Collect scraps from textile plants and turn them into wearable garments.
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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United Arrows

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.

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Kutsushitaya Friends

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.

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Nojess

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.

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Bonanzagram

Though one of the smallest vintage spots in the area, Bonanzagram is also probably the best.
From Tokyo's Nakameguro neighborhood store listing.

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Lobby

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.

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