Stel's

Boston's style-obsessed rely on this Newbury Street gem for offbeat names and a welcoming staff.

Stel's
David Carmack
This spot opened in 2004 with a mission: to bring such off-the-radar talents as Gary Graham and Alexander Wang to the city's most fashionable enclave. The rustic, subterranean space's decor incorporates flea market finds and treasures salvaged from the trash—an old church door is repurposed as a table—the better to show off such fashion-forward wares as splash-print Rachel Comey dresses, Marnie Skillings tube dresses, and LD Tuttle ankle boots. 334 Newbury St., 617-262-3368, stelsinc.com

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