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SHOP TIL YOU DROP

DUKOU BOOKSHOP

Dukou Bookshop is an independent bookstore stocking books and magazines mostly on the subjects of art, design and literature. There is also a selection of cherished antique books. While the books here are mostly in Chinese, the atmosphere is inviting and everyone is welcome for a browse and a drink. Events and talks are also held here frequently.

SPIN CERAMINS

Spin Ceramics is a dedicated ceramic and pottery store that sells its own in-house pieces. The designs here are contemporary and produced in Jingdezhen, the ancient ceramic capital of China. Pick up some tasteful yet affordable souvenirs here like vases, teapots and plates in the industrial-chic retail shop.

IFC

The Shanghai IFC shopping mall in Lujiazui, Pudong houses the best international luxury brands under one roof. At 110,000 square meters and six stories, this is the ultimate shopping experience for you to swipe some serious plastic. The mall also houses an Apple store, many stellar dining outlets and a cinema complex.

SUIT SUPPLY

An award-winning Amsterdam-based men’s fashion company, Suitsupply has made its way to Shanghai, it’s first outpost in Asia. With suits made using Italian fabrics from the Biella region and traditional methods of craftsmanship, Suitsupply has been highly rated by media such as Wall Street Journal, GQ and New York Magazine. An onsite tailor is also available to ensure the perfect fit for men of all sizes.

WILLIAM THE BEEKEEPER

For a mix of vintage pieces, indie labels and home-farmed organic honey from Hawaii (yes you read that right), William the Beekeeper is a favorite with Shanghai’s fashion community. The secondhand clothing here are mostly 70s and 80s pieces from Japan and America, and indie designers stocked include Snoozer Loser, Finch and house brand Kaileeni.

LOLO LOVE VINTAGE

As Shanghai’s premiere vintage store, Lolo Loves Vintage is the love child of owner Lolo who personally handpicks vintage items from the 1920s to 1970s during her travels around the world. The dainty shop is a reflection of Lolo’s personal style, and is decked with an eclectic mix of vintage curiosities, threads, trinkets and all sorts of pretty things for vintage fans.

SOUTH BUND SOFT SPINNING MATERIAL MARKET (SOUTH BUND FABRIC MARKET)

A must visit for anyone looking to do bespoke tailoring, the South Bund Fabric Market is your one stop shop with hundreds of tailors specializing in clothes of any type – shirts, pants, dresses, suits, cheongsams and even leather jackets and winter coats. Prices are reasonable and turnaround is usually in just a few days.

SOUTH MAOMING ROAD LU

If you’re looking for a more comfortable and relaxing experience than the tailor markets, South Maoming Road has a stretch of mid-priced men’s tailors for you to choose from. These shops offer more personalized and professional service, a wide variety of fabrics and details such as monogramming. The tailors are mostly from Hong Kong and the clientele a mix of both foreigners and locals.