The Tannery

Cambridge institution the Tannery used to only sell comfortable walking shoes since the early '80s. In 2008, the owners decided to transform it into a fashion-forward retail destination. The cavernous 10,000-square-foot space has an insanely comprehensive selection of independent talent, from names like Pencey, Helmut Lang, and Sea. Beyond the impressive depth of cool clothes on offer, it also has one of the largest denim walls we've seen in a stand-alone boutique.


39 Brattle St., Harvard Square, 617-491-1811, thetannery.com

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