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Ada Kamara

This adorable boutique by Greek designer Ada Kamara sells her kaftans, silk dresses and cotton quilts for chilly nights.

Merchandise - Apriati, Mykonos, Greece


'Apriati' is the Greek word for ‘a strong desire for having beautiful possessions’. Founded by two young Greek designers who studied in Italy, this hip boutique in Chora mixes precious stones with on-trend materials, creating such pieces as diamond cord bracelets. Apriati’s handmade designs are romantic, chic and easy to wear.

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Belvedere Boutique

The Belvedere Hotel has one of the better hotel shops on the island, stocking casual clothing, beachwear, accessories and cosmetics, often exclusive to the shop. Greek and international brands, such as Liana Vourakis jewelry and Orlebar Brown swimwear are available here, as well as top-priced international jewelry by Noor Fares and Muzungu Sister accessories.

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D&A Gofas & Co

This shop is the exclusive retailer on Mykonos for Piaget, the 140 year-old Swiss maker of fine watches and high-end diamond and precious jewelry.

Interior View - Dsquared2, Mykonos, Greece


Founded by Canadian brothers, this edgy mono-brand boutique has shops worldwide from Milan to Hong Kong. The Mykonos shop sells fashion for women and men, including jeans, sneakers, sandals, heels, bags and more.

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Elle Amber

Elina Anagnostopoulou was brought up in a Greek jewelry family. After studying and working in the business, she opened her own shop in 2009. Anagnostopoulou works with precious stones, creating delicate, covetable, contemporary designs.

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Enny di Monaco

From Azzedine Alaia to Zac by Zac Posen, this boutique covers the A-Z’s of big fashion names.

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Free Shop

This funky boutique on Panachrantou Street sells couture design and accessories.

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Lalaounis Ilias

Lalaounis has become renowned for creating unique gold jewelry steeped in history. In the 1950’s while Greece was still recovering from the war, Lalaounis fused old techniques with modern technology. His daughters maintain his efforts today with designs spanning prehistoric to Minoan art, from Persian and Byzantine to Chinese.

Merchandise at Liontis, Mykonos, Greece


This is the place to come for traditional Greek sandals. The shop stocks everything from the basic to the bejeweled. Don’t miss the braided sandals that come in a variety of fun colors, including fuchsia, bright orange, lilac, red, turquoise and lime green.

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Louis Vuitton

What began as a pop-up shop a few years ago has become a permanent summer fixture. This Louis Vuitton boutique sells resort wear and sunglasses.

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Luisa Beach

Elegant and glamorous, Luisa stocks several top labels such as Chloe, Pucci, Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen and a slew of others. Stop in before eating at Nammos and check out the latest Missoni bikinis, Repossi jewelry, St. Barth brand oils. Or treat yourself to a massage or manicure.

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Minas Jewellery

“Minas is a jewelry shop that is synonymous with the island, with pieces of amazing, fluid design that are timeless, mostly in silver,” says Aby Saltiel, local insider and owner of Kalesma Mykonos. Shop for earrings, rings, bracelets, pendants, and men’s accessories such as cufflinks and necklaces.

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Salt Boutique

Salt Boutique is a tiny treasure trove within the alleyways of Mykonos Town selling handmade bohemian purses and jewelry by Greek designers.
Apparels at SOHO-SOHO, Mykonos, Greece


Two separate storefronts from the same brand sell men's and women’s high-end international brands.

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Interior View -  Sotris, Mykonos, Greece


While this glamorous clothing shop first opened in Athens in 1969, it didn’t come to Mykonos until 2013 with two boutiques, one in town and the other in the Jackie O. club at Super Paradise Beach. Sotris aims to merge haute couture with the laid-back feel of the Cyclades.

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Unique White

This shop sells bikinis, floaty cover-ups, sexy shoes, and a variety of accessories, including different colored beaded necklaces, sunglasses and simple bracelets.

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Venetia Vildiridis

This family of jewelers opened their first shop in Greece over a century ago, and today, the fourth generation is in charge. The store sells designer watches (e.g. Patek Philippe) and precious jewelry, including diamonds, color stones and pearls.

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