At the store in the 16th-century Palazzo Antonelli Capponi on Via di Monserrato—one of Rome’s chicest shopping addresses—they sell an eclectic mix of curated items they collect on their travels, original products, and collaborations with other brands.
On the first floor of a brownstone in Yorkville, behind an unmarked, hot pink door, you can find one of Toronto’s most exclusive shopping experiences.
Lee Dekel’s multi-brand boutique 100% Silk may be geographically only a few kilometres away from those of the biggest names in global fashion, but philosophically it might as well be on a different planet.
The mall is facing a restructuring of epic proportions, one that promises to transform it from a humble—though high-performing—retail centre into a “little piece of a microcity.”
Should you find yourself in Tokyo, and in need of a break, here are a few places to unwind.
Personal shopping isn’t what it used to be—it’s better.
The yogawear megabrand’s original Vancouver location gets a multi-level expansion.
Objetik’s diverse collection finds cohesion by rooting itself in the core qualities of sustainability and utilitarianism.