AP Plaza is Pudong's biggest "fake market", located underground in Metro Line 2's Science & Technology Museum station. The northern half of AP Plaza, called Xinyang, is a collection of stalls, touts, and greedy salespeople out to rip-off unsuspecting tourists with... Read more
Spanning 3,500 square meters, the flagship store of a Japanese lifestyle and retail brand sells everything from clothes and tents to plants and coffee. Top floor is a restaurant serving all kinds of Japanese-Western food. Read more
For the classic wardrobe staples, work and weekend wear, Zara is ever-reliable and not going to break the budget. Popular European designer gear at (more) affordable pieces. Read more
Qipu Lu -- "cheap" street -- is a series of malls crammed, jammed, and stuffed full of cheap, cheap, cheap clothes, with some fakes for good measure. It's ground zero for young local shoppers, and pretty much hell for everyone else. Aggressive touts, swarms of... Read more
Behind the Brut Cake brand is Taiwanese artist, Nicole Teng. Her craftsy, artsy takes on lifestyle objects - ceramic plates, bowls and mug; as well as some interesting textile bits and bobs - are all one of a kind, and make great - if expensive - gifts. Read more
Part museum, part shop, part lab, part preview-of-the-Matrix 12, the futuristic Nike House of Innovation aka Nike 001 is perhaps the most impressive Nike store in the world. The 40,000+ square foot space on Nanjing Dong Lu is a wonderland where shoes move around on... Read more
This is the second Shanghai branch of the award-winning Amsterdam-based Men's fashion company. Suits are made using Italian fabrics and traditional methods of craftsmanship. This branch also features an in-store tailor for any alteration needs. Read more
The second store from "legal fake" streetwear brand Supreme Italia. This two-story house of knock offs has gained internet fame for its blatant, unapologetic (but technically legal) intellectual theft. Their clothes aren't even much cheaper than the originals. If you... Read more
If Nike 001 is the massive flagship, Nike Lab X158 is the low-key boutique. This space used to be a real OG Shanghai streetwear and sneaker shop called The Source, then became one of six Nike Labs in the world in 2014. Basically, the first floor is for exclusive Nike... Read more
This is Adidas's largest store in Shanghai, with five floors of trainers, sportswear, hoodies and jeans, plus a floor given over to their non-sporty lines, Adidas Silver and Y-3. Read more
Pippa studio is a creative fashion workshop for kids, they use Fashion as a channel in order to develop imagination, critical and logical thinking, drawing artistic and manual skills among others. The use multiple skills in order to build up a look for each workshop.... Read more
Located at the epicenter of Xujiahui (and its namesake metro stop), Grand Gateway hosts shopping malls including luxury brands, restaurants, a movie theatre and office tower. Read more
The flagship for the Japanese ready to wear fashion chain Uniqlo. Read more
Tailor made cashmere clothing where your outfit, fabric and color can be chosen to your tastes. Read more
This is an exquisite boutique selling women's fashion and homeware, from porcelain to furniture. Everything is made to the highest standards according to traditional Chinese craftsmanship. The brand is backed by Hermes — its founder is Shanghainese but worked for... Read more
Multi-brand lifestyle boutique opened by Dutch-owned designer brand Kate Wood. They mainly sell handmade bamboo bikes and wooden watches and sunglasses, but they also stock clothing and bags made by local designers. Read more
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Here's another one for the fashionistas, this one to shop at -- theINSIDER is one of Shanghai's nicer sales events, returning for its fifth year, featuring luxury apparel brands and up-and-coming designers from China and abroad. The event is put on by the cool people behind Read more...
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