Fans of this men’s footwear brand include actor Ryan Reynolds and former NBA star Dwyane Wade (who is also an investor in the company). At this flagship, the first brick-and-mortar entry for the Utah-based brand, you’ll find stylish and affordable boots, handmade in Spain and Portugal. The inviting store features vintage and rugged furniture pieces meant to evoke a living room atmosphere.

This brand specializes in products for the design-conscious outdoorsman. Think handcrafted leather briefcases, clever camp gear, hunting knives and axes, and handmade sweaters. The location carries all the goods its Manhattan counterpart does, plus furniture from Soma. You’ll also find limited-edition specialty items. 

This NYC street wear brand, known for producing clothing in small quantities, has opened an outpost in Greenpoint. Similar to its Lower East Side location, the Brooklyn store sells made-in-the-USA jackets, sweatshirts, T-shirts and hats as well as collaborations and exclusive drops. The bright, airy space caters to the skateboarding community, holding special events and workshops.

The much-anticipated NYC Nordstrom flagship was worth the wait. The sprawling seven-floor space mixes high and low fashions alongside pieces from local designers, high-end shoes, accessories, makeup and fragrances. Kids’ gear and in-store shops from designers like Valentino, YSL and Burberry are also on hand. Other features include personal in-store styling, beauty services like brow waxing and facials, denim tailoring, express returns and the option to pick up online purchases in store. Wolf, in collaboration with chef Ethan Stowell, and Jeannie’s, in collaboration with chef Tom Douglas, highlight the seven food and beverage options. The curving glass facade allows in plenty of light. 

The luxury Italian brand is well known in Europe for its extremely soft cashmere pieces. This is the first US flagship for the label, which uses the natural fibers of Mongolian goat wool to create its threads. Shop the line of skirts, blazers, jumpers and T-shirts, and take a peek at the store’s “cashmere museum,” which explores how Falconeri wool is sourced and features it in its raw state.

This chic, eco-conscious clothing brand has been a staple of the downtown shopping scene since launching in 2011. With this boutique, Reformation heads uptown—bringing along its signature slip dresses, cutesy prints and frocks made from sustainably sourced fabrics. The 3,000-square-foot space also houses the brand’s bridal line.

Adagio Teas State Street: A sensory playground of superior loose-leaf teas. Located in Chicago. Sample any tea in our vast collection. Explore novel varieties and discover new favorites. Offering knowledgeable staff, top-notch tea, and a low-pressure shopping environment, we’d love to help guide your tea journey, at Adagio Teas State Street. Book a tasting event for yourself or with friends and learn about what sets us and our teas apart. We buy our loose-leaf tea directly from the farmers who grow them, ensuring the ultimate experience in flavor and freshness. Create custom blends of teas and inclusions (fruits, flowers and herbs) to find a flavor that’s uniquely yours. Want to drink and run? Enjoy tea-to-go. Available hot or iced, but always brewed fresh. Let us make your favorite or help you discover something new. Either way, we guarantee your enjoyment of fresh leaves, perfectly prepared. Come and let us share with you our passion for tea!

KROG STREET MARKET is a destination for Atlanta’s intown culture – those who are always searching for unique, specialty creations. It’s designed to be as authentic as the 1920’s warehouse it’s built into. With market stalls to sell produce, goods, and prepared food, along with a few southern-grown restaurants and retailers, the market will offer Atlantans a gathering place of sorts – a locale for taking in an extraordinary meal or picking up a few inspiring ingredients – a west coast-style market, right in the heart of Inman Park.

What’s your favourite thing about winter? Hot Milo every night? Cosy nights in front of the fire while it storms outside? Skipping the gym for a snuggly sleep-in? For us, the best part about winter is the fashion. Or more specifically, the coats, boots, hats and scarves. We’re guessing that most of you are with us! By the time winter comes around, we are more than ready to send our denim shorts to the back of the wardrobe, and reintroduce ourselves to the winter fashion and accessories we once had on high rotation.

Discover a unique shopping experience in an open-air setting at La Vallée Village near Paris, with more than 110 boutiques of world-renowned international fashion and lifestyle brands offering their previous seasons’ collections at reduced prices, all year round.