Le Train Bleu

Parisian-inspired chic in the heart of Portland, Oregon.

Le Train Bleu
Tim Jones
Bria Phillips launched Le Train Bleu as a multifaceted shopping website in 2003, showcasing fashion photography at first, then designer interviews and styling tips, in addition to stock from an impressive roster of labels. In reverse order from the typical boutique-that-spawns-a-website progression, Phillips then launched a bricks-and-mortar store in 2006, hiring talented design student Megan Hart (above), who eventually became the store's manager. The flagship has a gorgeous, old-world feel, with a worn apothecary counter and vintage-inspired furniture, and the clothes are equally elegant and special, ranging from Eskell high-waist pants to printed Karen Walker tops and trim Nicholas K jackets. 748 NW 11th Ave., 503-222-2598, letrainbleu.com

more on luckymag.com

Joe Fresh Finally Launched U.S. E-Commerce!: Here Are Our 10 Favorite Items You Can Shop Online Now

Good things come to those who wait.

You Won't Believe How Much Less A Chanel Bag Cost Back In 1955

Hint: it's less than what most NON-designer leather handbags cost now.

25 Marvelously Mod Dresses That Are Short On Length But Big On Impact

Click through to shop our 25 favorite takes on this mid-century-inspired style, beloved by everyone from Megan Draper to Edie Sedgwick.

The Bolder, Brighter New Way To Color-Block

Embrace the season’s boldest combinations in streamlined silhouettes and classic separates.

TODAY ONLY: 50% Off Chic Handbags (In 10 Colors!)