Shopping Report: Eight Boutiques That Have Editors Buzzing
It's our never-ending mission to stake out new shopping hotspots across the country—and there's no time like Fashion Month to get us in the mood to shop.
To that end, here are a handful of cool new boutiques we can't wait to check out. From a spacious Seattle vintage haunt to a collaborative Brooklyn space housing two of our favorite new jewelry lines, they're not to be missed.
Opening March 1 in Williamsburg, this brand-new brick and mortar store is a collaboration between Cold Picnic and Species by the Thousands, both of which make organic-looking, nature-inspired gems we adore. But this space won't only house the two accessories collections—there will be home goods, fragrances and bath products, too.
171 S. 4th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Earlier this month, one of our favorite labels opened their first Boston outpost on the city's historic Newbury Street. The shop offers design team David Neville and Marcus Wainwright's womenswear, menswear and accessories in a tri-level space packed with brass and exposed brick details.
111 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116, 617-536-6700
Almost a decade after launching beloved Portland haunt Local35, Justin Machus has opened a new store stocked with androgynous-cool brands like Band of Outsiders, Alexander Wang and Surface to Air. But this isn't just a place to hit up for sartorial standbys; with lesser-known labels like Nudie, Won Hundred and Hyden Yoo on the racks, you might just walk out having discovered a new favorite.
542 East Burnside Street, Portland, OR 97214, 503-206-8626
On February 3, this gallery-style vintage store opened in Seattle's Capitol Hill district. In addition to antique (and often designerl) finds that hail primarily from the '70s, there's also home décor and books. Shopping late in the day? Stick around for an after-hours workshop on terrarium-making.
1419 10th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122, kvbazaar.com
Simply put: if it's something we'd like in our own closet, Goldyn's got it. With an impressive roster of labels ranging from J Brand and Loeffler Randall to Pamela Love and Helmut Lang, this Colorado store also offers e-commerce for those who want to shop from afar. The mastermind behind it all? Vanessa Barcus, a Trovata alum.
Lucky Bonus! From now through March 31, enter code LUCKYLOVESGOLDYN upon checkout at shopgoldyn.com for 20 percent off everything in stock—including sale items.
2040 West 30th Avenue, Denver, CO 80211, shopgoldyn.com
This West Coast gem is half consignment store, half swanky gift shop. In addition to major-name pre-worn treasures from Givenchy and McQueen, you'll find TokyoMilk and Kai fragrances, cool greeting cards and gilded tumblers.
7456 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036, 323-272-4942
Launched by stylists April Hughes and Marina Burini, this eccentric new spot offers lots of tribal-style trinkets—incense burners, ceramic pottery and herbal teas. But there are plenty of wearables too, from beaded bracelets and alpaca hats to Taiana Giefer's incredible dreadlock-style scarves.
326 Wythe Avenue (Ground Floor), Brooklyn, NY 11249
Without a doubt, one of the most buzzed-about skincare line in existence right now, Aesop recently opened an outpost in NYC. Now, it's got its very own pop-up in L.A.'s Opening Ceremony location, the architecture of which—get this—is made from over 1,000 stacked back issues of The New York Times. Stop by to load up on the brand's famous Fabulous Face Oil or Mandarin Hydrating Cream.
451 North La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048, 310-652-1120
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