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Shanghai is an adventurous shopper's wonderland—here you'll find everything from vintage Communist propaganda to ceramic paperweights shaped like dim sum. Bargain hunters and fashion forward travelers will be in their element, too: You can grab expertly tailored suits and trendy Feiyue sneakers for scary cheap prices. No matter what you're into, here's where to shop.
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207 Fumin Rd, Jingan Qu, China, 200085
Carrying everything from the latest locally designed dresses to original “Little Red Books” and other cultural revolution propaganda pieces, Madame Mao’s Dowry is a true treasure trove. A great place to shop for...
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183 Anfu Rd, Xuhui Qu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200085
Pick up a quirky souvenir to bring home with designer Deng Bingbing's beautiful and colorful homewares. From canisters to plates, vases and jewellery boxes, Deng pairs classic cloisonne with modern, vibrant colors to create exquisite pieces. Aside...
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Some of the most exquisite pottery I've ever seen, Spin offers up pieces from a collective of local designers. From vases to teapots and even jewelry, they have a great range of smaller pieces that pack well, but if you're so enamored by their...
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Huangpu, China, 200085

Hidden on a residential lane in the French Concession, this shop specializes in indigo-dyed textiles, clothing and accessories. While it is Japanese-owned, it takes its name from a cloth originating in Nanjing. You’ll find it used here in...

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56 Shaoxing Rd, Huangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, China
The former residential suburb and French concession, Tian Zi Fang, is a maze of overflowing shops and cultures. The unexpected blend of European charm overlaid by Chinese chaos makes the area uniquely inviting. This is such a great area for people...
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506 Jianguo W Rd, Xuhui Qu, Shanghai Shi, China
This French Concession tailor shop specializes in bespoke and made-to-measure menswear. Come here to get fitted for suits, blazers, and overcoats for a fraction of what it would cost in the States. Germain’s tailors were trained in Japan and...
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17 Dongping Rd, Xuhui Qu, Shanghai Shi, China
Gaze down at Shanghai denizens' feet, and you’ll see many pairs of canvas sneakers emblazoned with the word Feiyue. You can pick up your own pair at Culture Matters, a pint-size second-floor shop offering Feiyues in dozens of styles and...