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  • AIA Bookstore & Design Center

    A fun, sophisticated store selling architecture books, unique designer gifts, and creative children’s toys

    The AIA Bookstore & Design Center is a recognized leader in architecture books, unique designer gifts, and creative children’s toys. The bookstore is operated by the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, one of the oldest Chapters of the AIA.

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  • Architectural Antiques Exchange

    Get lost in the past

    All the antique pieces one would need to furnish, decorate or rehab their old home can be found in this massive 30,000-square-foot warehouse.

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  • Bahdeebahdu

    Intriging interior artworks on display

    This interiors gallery is almost as fun to say as it is to explore. Featuring the elegant arrangements of designer R.J. Thornburg and the amazing sculptural lighting designs of Warren Mulller, the artsy space is a gasp a minute.

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  • Blendo

    Blendo

    Trend-setting begins here on Antique Row

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  • Bloom

    The best gifts are handmade

    Thoughtful gift givers browse domestically handcrafted pottery, glassware, jewelry, perfumes and apparel in a quaint boutique environment.

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  • Bookhaven

    A nicely organized used bookstore

    Breaking the used bookstore mold, Bookhaven packs its two floors with amazing finds, arranged in an organized fashion (by genre, then author) rather than in piles. There is, however, the quintessential store cat.

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  • Casa Papel

    Paper chase

    Who says print is dead? This specialty shop focuses on all things paper-related, from whimsical stationery to the tools of the trade.

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  • City Planter

    Nurse your green thumb

    Teardrop-shaped terrariums and heart-shaped planters are just the start of the cast stone, glass and pottery pieces available at this neighborhood nursery. The friendly experts inside this old warehouse help all colors of thumbs create their own urban oasis.

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  • Clover Market

    Ardmore’s upscale alfresco vintage and antiques bazaar

    Shoppers at the Clover Market can browse and buy from more than 100 high-end vendors peddling art, antiques, vintage and handmade goods.

    The Clover Market, held three weekends in the spring and two weekends in the fall, attracts shoppers from all over to its beautifully displayed tents of vintage goods and artisan wares.

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  • Dane Decor

    Former textile plant turned boutique

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  • DiPinto Guitars

    Custom guitars for serious strummers

    Located a couple blocks from Fishtown’s main music drag, DiPinto Guitars began as a repair shop in 1995 before morphing into what it is today—a showroom for (sometimes bizarre) vintage guitars, as well as owner Chris DiPinto’s own creations.

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  • Duross & Langel

    Handmade soaps and beauty products in a colorful setting

    Colorful, handmade soaps at Duross & Langel

    Duross & Langel offers homemade, natural skin care and body products for the entire family.

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  • Dylan Gallery

    Fine art on the Piazza

    This Piazza-located gallery focuses on architectural, functional and fine art, including furniture, housewares and jewlery.

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  • Era Atomica

    Mid-century modern furnishings and fittings

    Patrons step back in time at this mid-century-modern-appointed vintage shop, stocked with an ever-changing selection of everything retro, from quality furniture and art to sought-after barware and coveted Pyrex sets. DIY events, like reupholstering workshops, and Mad Men-style cocktail parties happen frequently among the vintage wares.

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  • Eyes Gallery

    A rainbow of Latin American arts, crafts and jewelry

    Julia Zagar, the wife of prolific mosaic muralist Isaiah, operates this destination for Latin American crafts. Religious iconography, sterling-silver jewelry, hand-woven blankets and folk art fill the place from floor to ceiling. And her husband’s work adorns the outside of the shop, along with many other facades in and around South Street.

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  • Fante’s Kitchen Shop

    A one-stop shop for the aspiring chef

    Before Walnut Street had Williams-Sonoma, the Italian Market had this multi-room storehouse of everything and anything for the home cook. And in addition to vending freshly ground coffee beans (and every possible maker to brew them), essential to esoteric cake-making tools, top-of-the-line Le Creuset and Henckels and gadgets galore, Fante’s often discounts them too.

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  • Franklin Mills Mall

    Franklin Mills Mall

    Franklin Mills Mall

    Ultimate Discount shopping near Center City

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  • Girard Supply Co.

    Greenify it in season

    Spearheaded by dynamic local developers MM Partners, this seasonal pop-up store caters to gardeners, plant fanatics and the green-thumb-havin’ crowd in general.

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  • Go West! Craft Fest

    Craft local

    Attendees at this annual gathering of West Philly’s best artisans and craftspeople can expect to find new and cool clothing, jewelry, housewares, knitwork and more.

    Go West! Craft Fest is an annual gathering of West Philly’s best artisans and craftspeople that allows shoppers to discover new creators of clothing, jewelry, housewares, knitwork and more.

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  • Hello World

    The quintessential neighborhood gift shop

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  • Hello World Midtown

    The quintessential neighborhood gift shop

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  • Hiding Place

    Secret home of obscure treasures

    Tucked into a multi-gallery building on the 11th Street strip, Hiding Place specializes in the kind of offbeat vinyl and books that inspire artists.

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  • HOME Furnishings Boutique

    Accessorize the Passyunk way

    Owned by an interior designer, this is a pretty little shop for people with a discerning eye for furniture, lighting fixtures and all the other uncategorized doo-dads that make a house ahome.

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  • Host Interiors

    Clean, classic looks for the sophisticated home

    Clean, classic looks for the sophisticated home

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  • House of Our Own Bookstore

    Quiet, comfortable bookstore on the edge of campus

    This bookshop focuses on cultural studies, history, literary criticism and social science. Located in a quiet, comfortable Victorian house on the edge of the Penn campus, the well-organized store showcases new volumes on the first floor and used titles on the second.

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  • Khmer Art Gallery

    Discover the art of Cambodia

    The first Cambodian art gallery in the city, Khmer displays and sells contemporary art that draws from traditional practices. The collection includes painting, sculpture, textiles, pottery and more.

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  • King of Prussia Mall

    A shopper’s paradise

    Bring your walking shoes to explore the East Coast's largest shopping mall.

    The East Coast’s top shopping destination — don’t forget your walking shoes.

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  • Lisa M. Reisman et Cie

    A touch of Paris in Rittenhouse Square

    Fin de Siècle posters and assorted French accessories at Lisa Reisman & Cie

    Transport to the Champs-Elysées at this French-inspired boutique

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  • Loop

    An awesome yarn shop on South Street West

    A one-stop shop for all-things yarn, Loop began as an online store before expanding to a South Street retail shop. Patrons looking to hone their hand-knitting craft can join a group class or sign up for a private lesson.

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  • Macy’s Center City

    Macy’s downtown Philadelphia location is in a National Historic Landmark

    Macy's plays home to one of the largest working organs in the world — plus several floors of designer clothing.

    Macy’s downtown Philadelphia location is in a National Historic Landmark

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