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A LONG-STANDING DESTINATION FOR CREATIVE CUISINE, imported essentials and convenient shopping, the Chinatown-International District now boasts a host of unique boutiques that make it a favorite spot for stylish shopping sprees. Filled with local designers and curated collections, these boutiques stay in touch with the culture and history of the neighborhood while offering the latest trends.
This little boutique makes room for casual dresses from local designer KFLY, wooden food puzzles from Hawaiian toy company Keiki Kaukau, and hand-painted teacups from In Ceremony, a ceramic artist just up the street. street. Thanks to the expert curation of the two owners, both named Kaitlin, the eclectic selection that shares these shelves comes into its own. 600 S Jackson St; shopairen.com
On the way to opening, the owners of Pylon Market came across this sweet space with the name already on a sign above. They stocked it with an eye on aesthetics – unique clothing, gourmet sauces (sesame, spicy and soy), souvenirs – and assorted beverages, including sake, cider and natural wine. 674 King Street S; pylonmarket.com/blogs/news/gift-shop
GALLERY DA DA DA
This small art space, whose name translates from Japanese to “this is”, “to be” or “now”, serves as an outlet for Maiden Noir, a fashion brand that uses high-end Japanese fabrics to create hoodies inspired by the Pacific Northwest. , shirts and pants, as well as their signature unisex Madam Noir eau de parfum with warm and spicy notes. 513 Main Street S; maidennoir.com/pages/dadada-gallery