Four friends from Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela met in Miami and opened this concept store carrying indie South American designers.
A wonderful independent bookseller in the historic Sterling building in the Lincoln Road Mall has a focus on design books and an impressive magazine collection.
A high-end vintage clothing and accessories mecca. Most items in the 10,000 square foot showroom may be out of your price range, but it's still worth the visit to take an informal couture history tour amongst the likes of Chanel, YSL, Gaultier, and Diane Von Furstenburg.
It's tempting to step inside and breathe in the history, even when it comes with a heady dose of aromatic smoke. Once the site of El Credito Cigar Factory that produced La Gloria Cubana cigars, the Calle Ocho shop, now run by former employees, has plenty of both.
Pick up jewelry made from the shop's namesake stone, malachite, and walk away with a tightly curated collected of indie Mexican crafts and clothing.
The dreamiest terraniums, artistic orchid arrangements, futuristic figurines, and air plants.
An incredible edit of designer clothing and accessories set in a classic Art Deco building. It's a dream closet. See: exclusive brand collaborations with the likes of Balenciaga and Proenza Schouler. Buy: a signature orange blossom-scented candle.
It's a one-stop shop, paper-wise, from beautiful paper plates to gift tags to coasters to colorful confetti. Plan ahead and see if you can get a much-coveted spot in one of their amazing lettering workshops.