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Shanghai shopping

In Shanghai, shopping is second nature: As urban incomes rise, so too does the demand for global fashions and accessories. There's barely a brand in the world that isn't tapping into Shanghai's penchant for a purchase. Over the course of a trip, non-Chinese tourists in Shanghai will generally be greeted with "Gucci Prada" more than "hello" or "ni hao." And you'll be blown away by Shanghai's ceaseless knockoffs. But beyond the main streets—in places like Taikang Lu, 1933, and the Loft—a new generation of Shanghai designers is weaving Chinese aesthetics into functional, street-savvy fashions and housewares. In the Old City, look for Cultural Revolution–era curios, old books, watches, and Maoist memorabilia. If you're shopping for contemporary art in Shanghai, head to the cluster of galleries in the Moganshan Lu warehouse district.

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Younik, Shanghai

Younik, in the Renaissance-pillared Bund 18 building, is a polished second-floor boutique selling ready-to-wear clothes by Korean brand Shion by Choichangho and...more

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Xintiandi

The cobblestone streets of Xintiandi, a preserved neighborhood–turned–outdoor mall, are lined with upscale restaurants, bars, and, above all, an...more

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Taikang Lu

Shanghai's fashion-savvy head to this ever-expanding warren of renovated lane houses, a treasure trove of tiny clothing and jewelry boutiques, to find their...more

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Song Fang Maison de Thé, Shanghai

Opened by Florence Samson, a French former luxury-brand executive, this stylish tea emporium sells a vast range of Chinese, Asian, and New World teas. Housed in...more

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Shanghai IFC, Shanghai

Younger sibling to the Hong Kong original—and also designed by Cesar Pelli—this glass-clad twin-towered mall, office, and retail complex also houses...more

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Pampa

Sexy, chic, and casual female Argentinean fashions in two stores that showcase the collections of ten hot Buenos Aires designers: Benedit Bis, Cecilia Gadea,...more

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Nanjing Lu, Shanghai

China's most celebrated shopping street, Nanjing Lu sweeps across the city center through the heart of the French Concession. Although many retailers have been...more

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Madame Mao's Dowry, Shanghai

Linda Johnson's shop in the French Concession is tastefully arranged with vintage posters, antique Qing dynasty cabinets, and altar tables mixed with...more

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Annabel Lee Shanghai

Annabel Lee's two well-located stores sell elegant, hand-embroidered women's fashions, slippers, purses, and household accessories in delicate fabrics and...more

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