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Where to Spend It All: Philly's Top Luxury Retailers

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Whether you're diving into a pile of gold coins like Scrooge McDuck or just barely scrimping by, it's hard to deny the appeal of the all-out luxury shopping spree. Ready your Black Card: These 18 Philly-area stores lure shoppers through the door with the promise of the latest designer collections and custom-made apparel—but it'll cost you. To the limo!
Shopping elsewhere? Check out our guides to the best luxury stores in Boston, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.


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Per Lei

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The designer inventory at this Media boutique geared toward young professionals and busy moms. Expect labels like DVF, Tibi, and House of Harlow.

Sophy Curson

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Located just off Rittenhouse Square, Sophy Curson is a favorite among the neighborhood's well-to-do. Look for the latest collections from European and American designers like Blumarine, Didier Ludot, Dusan, and Alexis Bittar.

Nicole Miller Philadelphia

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Shop Nicole Miller's latest collections at her Center City and Manayunk boutiques.

Frank Agostino

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Within Frank Agostino's Bryn Mawr flagship, Main Line ladies can shop the noted local designer's latest eponymous collections of ready-to-wear and haute couture.

Burberry

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If you don't mind the laser-like gaze of the boutique's doorman, Walnut Street's Burberry is a must for British style.

Tiffany & Co.

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Whether it holds an engagement ring or a sterling silver keychain, Tiffany's little blue box always makes a statement.

Joan Shepp

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This longstanding Walnut Street shop stocks designers like Marni, Chloe, and Givenchy, plus Comme des Garcons and Y3 for men.

Adresse

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Admirers of Stella McCartney, Lela Rose, Peter Som, The Row, and Jenni Kayne flock to Stefanie Lutzo's Locust Street shop.
A mini department store, Boyds houses the city's largest selection of designer footwear for men and women from a lineup of labels that includes Monolo Blahnik, Prada, Lanvin, Allen Edmonds, and Gucci.

Barneys New York CO-OP Philadelphia

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Men's and women's contemporary designer fashions have a home in this multi-level store off Rittenhouse Square.

Lagos Fine Jewelry

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Sought-after jewelry designs by Philly native Steve Lagos are displayed at his Walnut Street flagship.

Saks Fifth Avenue

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Its City Avenue location leaves a little to be desired, but Saks sets the standard for high-end department store shopping.

Barbour

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Waxed canvas everything is the draw at Barbour, which also has a store location within Ardmore's Suburban Square.
Formerly named Primadonna, Marlton's Erdon carries an expansive selection of European, Japanese, and American designers. Think Acne, Ivan Grundahl, MMM, Trippen, and many more.

Knit Wit

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Fresh off its move to Chestnut Street, Knit Wit continues its legacy as one of Philly's best boutiques, stocking the newest designs from Alexander Wang, 3.1 Phillip Lim, ALC, and more. Its sister boutique, Plage Tahiti, is the "younger" version of the store.

Commonwealth Proper

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This appointment-only boutique provides custom shirting and suiting for men.

King of Prussia Mall

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Philly's answer to Rodeo Drive, the King of Prussia Mall is home to luxury retailers Cartier, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, Ermenegildo Zegna, Gucci, Neiman Marcus, and many more.

Third Street Habit

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This Old City women's boutique is known for its selection of apparel and footwear by Isabel Marant Etoile.

Per Lei

The designer inventory at this Media boutique geared toward young professionals and busy moms. Expect labels like DVF, Tibi, and House of Harlow.

Sophy Curson

Located just off Rittenhouse Square, Sophy Curson is a favorite among the neighborhood's well-to-do. Look for the latest collections from European and American designers like Blumarine, Didier Ludot, Dusan, and Alexis Bittar.

Nicole Miller Philadelphia

Shop Nicole Miller's latest collections at her Center City and Manayunk boutiques.

Frank Agostino

Within Frank Agostino's Bryn Mawr flagship, Main Line ladies can shop the noted local designer's latest eponymous collections of ready-to-wear and haute couture.

Burberry

If you don't mind the laser-like gaze of the boutique's doorman, Walnut Street's Burberry is a must for British style.

Tiffany & Co.

Whether it holds an engagement ring or a sterling silver keychain, Tiffany's little blue box always makes a statement.

Joan Shepp

This longstanding Walnut Street shop stocks designers like Marni, Chloe, and Givenchy, plus Comme des Garcons and Y3 for men.

Adresse

Admirers of Stella McCartney, Lela Rose, Peter Som, The Row, and Jenni Kayne flock to Stefanie Lutzo's Locust Street shop.

Boyds

A mini department store, Boyds houses the city's largest selection of designer footwear for men and women from a lineup of labels that includes Monolo Blahnik, Prada, Lanvin, Allen Edmonds, and Gucci.

Barneys New York CO-OP Philadelphia

Men's and women's contemporary designer fashions have a home in this multi-level store off Rittenhouse Square.

Lagos Fine Jewelry

Sought-after jewelry designs by Philly native Steve Lagos are displayed at his Walnut Street flagship.

Saks Fifth Avenue

Its City Avenue location leaves a little to be desired, but Saks sets the standard for high-end department store shopping.

Barbour

Waxed canvas everything is the draw at Barbour, which also has a store location within Ardmore's Suburban Square.

Erdon

Formerly named Primadonna, Marlton's Erdon carries an expansive selection of European, Japanese, and American designers. Think Acne, Ivan Grundahl, MMM, Trippen, and many more.