Online clothing boutique for the laid-back and effortless trendsetters. Located in downtown Los Angeles, they bring you the latest trends from local boutiques to feed your daily style necessities. They take pride in curating collections that will inspire your everyday looks - it's their goal to make sure your street style is always on point, whatever the occasion. Their office consists of mostly girls, a few boys, and lots of 90s rap music. They take quality checking very seriously (aka trying on clothes). They love what they do, and more importantly, they have a huge soft spot for their amazing customers. (Thats you!). They think youre the best and the sole reason they are in business, literally. Theyd love for you to take a minute or two to check out the store. They carry a little something for everyone, from comfy T-shirt dresses to their selection of essential ankle booties. And, if you still cant get enough, come hang out with them on any one of their social media platforms. (Theyre kind of everywhere).
One of Glasgow and Perth's leading homeware and gift stores. Opening in 2006, About Living now has three stores which are located in Glasgow and Perth. They pride themselves on selecting the best homeware, jewellery, gifts and cards on offer from around the world. They look at the latest trends, colours and designs and work with some of the most desirable brands including Alessi, LSA, Joseph Joseph, Le Creuset, Ted Baker, Caroline Gardner, Coeur de Lion, Dansk, Jellycat and Burt's Bees. All products are hand picked in order to stand out from the typical department store. They don't just want to offer you simply kitchenware or glassware or jewellery. They want to have a full collection of products for all styles and occasions. About Living is a lifestyle for the way you live your life. They pride themselves on giving customers great customer satisfaction with fast, friendly and efficient delivery service and a no-quibbles return policy. They want you to contact them for advice or to find out more information on their products. They are there to make life easier for you.
Born in 1984 with its debut store opening in the Piazza, an old fruit and vegetable market in Covent Garden, London. It acquired the spot next to Monsoon, which had a small area of accessories but was always selling out. The idea of a standalone accessory concept was born. It was a move inspired by Peter Simon’s trip to Les Halles, Paris. While he was wandering around the area, he discovered a small selection of stores selling fashion jewellery that customers could pick up, touch and try on while browsing – a relatively unseen concept in London in the early eighties. From the very beginning, Accessorize was an Aladdin’s cave of artfully arranged displays, tables and stands, so customers could interact with products in a brand new way. Having made its mark as a one-stop shop for vibrant and fashion-forward accessories across all categories, the first Accessorize was quickly followed by stores in London’s Carnaby Street, Norwich and Manchester. Since then, it has built on its home-grown success with around 900 stores worldwide.
Designer collections for men and women in Hayes Valley, San Francisco. Progressive fashion at your fingertips. Acrimony (n.): distaste, distrust, and hatred of the conventional. The best, the coolest, and nothing else.
Al Duca d'Aosta
Founded in 1902 in Venice, Al Duca d'Aosta originally was a men's shirt fabric shop next to Rialto Bridge. Emilio Ceccato, 4 generations ago, quickly decided to evolve not only by selling fabrics shirts, but producing the same. The collections of over 100 top fashion designers, wisely selected in quality and elegance, are combined in recognizable style. Here you may find the best runway looks, IT bags and icon accessories of latest collections.
Full of fabulous things for you and your home, stocking an eclectic mix of original art, restyled furniture, decorative homewares, gorgeous gifts and cards.
Online fashion boutique based in London selling women's clothing and accessories. Mission: unusual clothing and accessories from around the world - Spell, Friend of Mine, Jeffrey Campbell, Shakuhachi, Evil Twin, Carolina K and many more.
Award winning independent women's clothing boutique nestled in the heart of Bristol on Cotham Hill just off Whiteladies Road. They pride themselves on stocking clothes for real women and they have fast become a one stop shopping destination for the fashion savvy 30 plus woman who loves fashion but isn't a slave to it. We understand that for the modern woman clothes, jewellery and accessories need to be practical and comfortable yet stylish and easy to wear during a busy day at work, commuting to business meetings, enjoying a night out or attending a wedding or other special occasion. Our women wear the clothes, the clothes don't wear them. Each item in their shop has been hand picked by owner Hemali Modha and has been chosen for its design, material, provenance and ethical policies. Brands stocked include Fever London, Ingenue London, Emily and Fin, Vero Moda, Masai Clothing, Azuni London, Mirabelle, Ayala Bar, Bill Skinner, and Owen Barry to name but a few. Join Amulet Loyalty Scheme and earn points with every purchase. Once your account reaches 5000 points theyll send you a voucher to spend on line or in the store.
Their mantra is: 'we set the trends, we do not follow'. Based in LA, Anarchy Street was founded by innovative fashion guru Dani Song. Dani dreamed of starting a unique brand made for a fashion-forward woman who identifies with the 'street meets chic' concept, and everything in between. With Anarchy Street, she has done just that, and has created a brand that makes fashion highly customizable for the woman who wears it. Worn and loved world-wide, Anarchy Street is worn by fashionistas and trendsetters like Aimee Song of Song of Style, actress Shay Mitchell, stylist Jeannie Mai, model Karrueche Tran, TV personality Rocsi Diaz, and so many more. 'We inspire individuals to express their personal style while promoting a movement that motivates creatives, innovators, and anarchists to let their light shine'.