French + Italian
A visit to this quaint Beacon Hill shop is like strolling into your most fashionable friend’s walk-in closet...
Bobbles & Lace
Whether your style leans boho, classic or preppy, you’ll discover perfectly bewitching baubles in co-owners Valerie White and Lindsay Rose Rando’s stash...
deWolfe Leather Goods
Stylish Bostonians have been heeding the call of deWolfe, a line of minimalist leather goods made by School of Fashion Design grad Gina deWolfe...
Outfitting the grade-school set in fashion forward threads is child’s play for South End boutique Kodomo and its sister shop Kodomo (annex) in Beacon Hill...
Founder Emily Keneally may be the brains behind this semi-custom line, but you’re the boss...
Owner Hanadi Hamzeh tripled the size of her award-winning consignment store by moving two doors down earlier this year...
Jessica Knez and Joseph Morrissey of All Too Human
Thanks to All Too Human owner Jessica Knez, a former Bergdorf Goodman buyer, and partner Joseph Morrissey, Riccardi’s former creative director, Boston is ditching...
Ministry of Supply
Innovation is a given for a company that started at MIT and uses hyper-breathable materials invented at NASA...
A gasp or two is bound to escape while you explore the dramatically lit jewel boxes in this treasure trove, home to many future heirlooms...
A former Miss Massachusetts USA competitor, designer April Soderstrom has cornered the market on sparkly pageant bling that’s been sported on stage by recent queens...
Ball and Buck
Decked out with stuffed game and equipped with an on-site barber, this style-savvy man cave stocks American-made clothing and accessories...
Heist by December Thieves
The edgy sister of playful accessories shop December Thieves stole our hearts...
Max & Riley
Susan and Hope Roussilhes are the mother-daughter team (and NYFW regulars) behind this chic shop...
By commissioning Italian mom-and-pop makers for its e-commerce biz, M.Gemi has brought handcrafted heels, sneakers and flats to the masses...
Sneakers from this Harvard Square staple have been hitting the streets for the past two decades...
Hive & Colony
This shop got its start as a tailoring truck that roamed the streets of New York, but we’re happy it’s found a permanent parking spot inside Copley Place...
Founded 70 years ago when twin brothers Arthur and Henry D’Angelo began selling pennants from a street cart by Fenway Park...
Owned and operated by the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, this neighborhood institution puts all of its proceeds into supporting the cause...