A showcase for young designers, particularly Scottish ones, Concrete Wardrobe is worth a visit for contemporary gifts (pottery, jewelry) and...more
Established in 1866, Hamilton & Inches would be remarkable even if it didn't have a royal warrant as silversmith to the queen. Its grand shop is decked out with...more
Hidden away in a Georgian town house on a narrow cobbled street, this women's clothing boutique has been open since 1969. Expect excellent service and...more
Joey D deconstructs traditional pieces such as tweed jackets, denim, and army khakis, reassembles them with leather, zips, and buckles, and ends up with...more
Two upmarket malls on Buchanan Street, the main shopping drag (mostly pedestrianized) that cuts through the city center, should be on your shopping list....more
This central neighborhood has lots of funky little shops, cafés, and bars. It's also where you'll find the Italian Centre (7 John St.), the place to go...more
A lovely name for a lovely shop selling all manner of vintage clothing, from Charleston dresses and '50s cardigans to tweed jackets, kilts, and even a Victorian...more
There's an eclectic mix of independent little shops on Byres Road and Great Western Road that cater to both boho types as well as the West End's sophisticates....more
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