If you thought shopping for designer shoes was fun before, just WAIT until you've experienced this!
Starting in September, the department will carry Topshop and Topman items both in-store and online. Woohoo!
It has cacti, concrete and the coolest clothes ever.
The shopping scene (cowboy boot stores, indie record shops, antiques) in Tennessee's capital rivals its music.
Because shopping makes us hungry.
Birds Barbershop—a chain of five salons in Austin—does its part to keep Austin weird.
There are sweet sailor-inspired blouses by Colenimo, the most inventive bottle planters and decorative dishes aplenty. The zebra- and butterfly-design false eyelashes—inspired by Chinese paper cutting—will blow your mind. 24-26 Calvert Ave., 44-203-222-0034, lunaandcurious.com
This appointment-only boutique is also a rare-records-and-books store, so it’s only natural that the clothing brands are the thinking woman’s sort: J.W. Anderson shirting, Blackmeans leather jackets and moody, digitally printed Peter Pilotto shift dresses. 18 Shacklewell Ln., 44-203-174-0727, ln-cc.com
Once you find this stall (fourth door on the right down an alley, very back of the basement floor), you’ll feel like you’ve struck gold, and you have: There are vintage Lacroix earrings, Dior brooches and piles of English art deco and midcentury sparklers, much of them under £100. Tip: Pay cash and she’ll likely knock off a few quid. 1-7 Davies Mews, 44-207-499-8121, gillianhorsup.com
While the astounding selection of affordable French Regency furniture and ornate trinketry may have you wishing for a bigger suitcase, one thing’s certain: The necklaces, or an embroidered purse, will definitely fit in your carry-on. 45 Redchurch St., 44-787-964-0858, lestroisgarcons.com