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Shopping in Shanghai

When it comes to shopping, Shanghai has it all, from markets to local boutiques and international fashion brands. Shoppers can have a new wardrobe tailored at the Fabric Market in the Old City, where hundreds of stalls offer silk and cashmere. Xintiandi is host to luxury shops including the famous Shanghai Tang and Suzhou Cobblers near the Bund area, which sells exquisite embroidered slippers. The French Concession quarter is full of boutique shops such as Madame Mao's Dowry.

Suzhou Cobblers, Shanghai.

Shops

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  1. 1. Shiatzy Chen - Shops

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    Shiatzy Chen, Shanghai. © Shiatzy Chen

    Taiwanese brand, Shiatzy Chen, produces classic Chinese formal wear with embroidered silk and Qing Dynasty collars. A spending spree at this expensive shop on the Bund will leave you looking like an emperor in the Forbidden City.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-10pm

    Address

    9, Zhongshan Xi Yi Road, Shanghai 200002

    Telephone

    +86 (0) 21 6321 9155

    Transport

    Taxi

    Website

    Shiatzy Chen

  2. 2. Annabel Lee - Shops

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    Annabel Lee, Shanghai. Photo by Toby Skinner

    A favourite in Xintiandi, Annabel Lee specialises in high-quality silk, linen and cashmere. The elegant whitewashed shop sells silk-lined cashmere scarves and blankets, silk underwear and silk passport holders, all in soft tones.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 10.30am-10.30pm (until 11pm Fri & Sat)

    Address

    Unit 3, House 3, North Block, Xintiandi, Shanghai 200020

    Telephone

    +86 (0) 21 6320 0045

    Transport

    Huangpi Nan Lu metro

    Website

    Annabel Lee Website

  3. 3. Shanghai Tang - Shops

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    Shanghai Tang, Shanghai. © Shanghai Tang

    Shanghai Tang in Xintiandi is exciting international fashionistas with its mix of traditional Chinese and modern designs. Traditional Chinese dresses and shirts sit alongside scarves, bags and candles, many in striking colours such as pink and lime green.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-10pm

    Address

    15, Xintiandi North Block, Shanghai 200020

    Telephone

    +86 (0) 21 63841601

    Transport

    Huangpi Nan Lu Metro

    Website

    Shanghai Tang Website

Markets

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  1. 4. Fabric Market - Markets

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    Fabric Market, Shanghai. Photo by Toby Skinner

    The Fabric Market in the Old City has over 100 stalls carrying a dazzling array of fabrics, from natural silk and cashmere to nylon. Most have tailors who make-to-measure, and many can copy items from pictures. Standards are generally high.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 8.30am-6.30pm

    Address

    399, Lujiabang Lu, Shanghai 200011

    Transport

    Taxi.

Specialists

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  1. 5. Suzhou Cobblers - Specialists

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    Suzhou Cobblers, Shanghai.

    Emporium Suzhou Cobblers, near the Bund area, sells handmade silk slippers with intricate Suzhou embroidery. Colourful Mary Janes and mules are embroidered with floral, 'double fish' and vegetal designs, and there are bags to match.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-6pm

    Address

    17, Fuzhou Lu, Room 101, Shanghai 200002

    Telephone

    +86 (0) 21 6321 7087

    Transport

    Nanjing Dong Lu metro

    Website

    Suzhou Cobblers Website

  2. 6. Dave's Custom Tailoring - Specialists

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    Dave K.C. Shiung of Dave's Custom Tailoring uses the same techniques as London's Savile Row to create high-quality bespoke business suits. His shop in the French Concession quarter was voted one of the best in the world by Forbes magazine.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-7pm

    Address

    6, Lane 288, Wuyuan Lu, Xuhui District, Shanghai 200030

    Telephone

    +86 (0) 21 5404 0001

    Transport

    Taxi

    Website

    Dave's Tailoring Website

  3. 7. Propaganda Poster Art Centre - Specialists

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    Propaganda Poster Art Centre, Shanghai. Photo by Toby Skinner

    In the basement of a mansion in the French Concession quarter, the Propaganda Poster Art Centre has the world's best collection of original Maoist posters and postcards from 1949 to 1979. The President Mansion's gatekeeper show visitors the way.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-5pm

    Address

    868, Room BOC, President Apartment, Huashan Lu, Shanghai 200030

    Telephone

    +86 (0) 21 6211 1845

    Transport

    Taxi

    Website

    Official website

  4. 8. Brocade Country - Specialists

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    The Miao people, primarily found in Guizhou and Yunnan provinces, are known to sew their stories and history into their costumes because they have no written language. This wonderful little shop sells all kinds of Miao-minority embroideries, some of which are antique collectibles, and others more recent creations by the part-Miao and English-speaking owner.

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    Opening hours

    10.30am-7pm

    Address

    Julu Lu 616, Shanghai, China

    Telephone

    021/6279-2677

  5. 9. Madame Mao's Dowry - Specialists

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    This shop in the French Concession quarter has been designed as a place where the infamous Madame Mao might have shopped. Madame Mao's Dowry's two floors are packed with industrial propaganda, vintage posters, paintings and antique furniture.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-7pm

    Address

    207, Fumin Lu, Shanghai 200040

    Telephone

    +86 (0) 21 540 3351

    Transport

    Taxi

    Website

    Madame Mao's Dowry Website

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