Tie a ribbon around the gift-worthy designer finds at these haute new boutiques.
Shop for denim, resortwear (shown here), and the new unisex fragrance collection at Rag & Bone’s Walnut Street address.
JEAN THERAPY Does the opening of the denim purveyor Rag & Bone hint that the fashion tide is turning yet again on Walnut Street? We think so. Says Marcus Wainwright, the company’s CEO, co-founder, and creative director, “We’ve been carried by some great retailers here for some time. Opening a store has just been a matter of waiting for the perfect location.” The brand has also branched out to beauty with its first collection of eight unisex fragrances. 1601 Walnut St.
In addition to luxe designer labels, Eaves, now open in Ardmore, also carries fine jewelry, like the Spinelli Kilcollin ring ($7,400).
GREAT SCOTT! Accessories maven Kendra Scott, whose popular oval stone drop earrings can be spotted on celebs and sorority girls alike, unpacks her jewelry boxes at a new boutique in Ardmore. Only available at select Philly stores until now, Scott was won over by “the suburb’s incredible community.” Metallics and dark stones are party-perfect for winter. Suburban Square, 610-726-1838
A beauty boutique with dozens of brands is front and center at the new Anthropologie & Co.
URBAN’S ZEN Anthropologie gives its cult-like fashion following more of what it loves with a new concept store and name, Anthropologie & Co., home to a furniture showroom, a beauty boutique, and a shoe and bag salon. Think of it as one of the brand’s gorgeous catalogs come to life. King of Prussia Mall, 610-265- 0630
Home furnishings are front and center at the new Anthropologie & Co. megastore at King of Prussia Mall.
ON THE MOVE A trio of top Philly boutiques have made big moves: The dreamy Wayne women’s shop Menagerie (Eagle Village Shops, 503 W. Lancaster Ave., 610-971-1769) has added more square footage next door; Shop Sixty Five (128 S. 17th St., 267-239-5488) has packed up its Elizabeth and James and Haute Hippie and settled in at 17th and Sansom; and Eaves (Suburban Square, 610-649-4466) is now peddling luxe labels—Isabel Marant Collection, Dries Van Noten, Alexander Wang—at Suburban Square.