Adriana Degreas

Adriana Degreas is one of the top luxury swimwear brands in Brazil. The boutique sells her glamorous designs, which are known internationally for their intricate styles and cutting-edge look.

Exterior View - Alexandre Herchcovitch, São Paulo, Brazil

Alexandre Herchcovitch

Rich hues and strong silhouettes dominate at this tasteful Jardins boutique.

Amir Slama

Brazil’s version of Eres, the chic French bathing suit label, Slama sells women’s bathing suits and glamorous beachwear. The swimsuits are stylish and versatile, as are the colorful palazzo pants and beaded caftans.

Interiors at Antonio Bernardo, São Paulo, Brazil

Antonio Bernardo

This fine jewelry boutique sells beautifully crafted pieces using gemstones stones set in gold and silver. Antonio Bernardo has been designing jewelry since the 1970s and has won awards for his bold and stunning creations.


This hippy, beachy brand from Rio is set in a cool, multi-story villa designed from a sustainable concept that incorporates live plants and mini-waterfalls. The shop (in the Vila Madalena neighborhood) sells colorful, surfer girl fashions and homewares.

Interior View - Firma Casa, São Paulo, Brazil - Courtesy Sergio Scripilliti Photography

Firma Casa

The brainchild of local design celebrities Fernando and Humberto Campana, this home store stocks quirky, unique designs that can’t be found elsewhere.

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Interior View - Flavia Aranha, São Paulo, Brazil

Flavia Aranha

Like a Brazilian version of Donna Karan, Flavia Aranha has a down-to-earth, neutral color-based aesthetic. The emphasis in this trendy shop in Vila Madalena is on organic, natural materials

Exterior View - Galeria Leme, São Paulo, Brazil - Courtesy Eduardo Ortega

Galeria Leme

One of the top contemporary art galleries in the city, Leme represents many of Latin America’s most talented living artists. The gallery seeks to promote diversity in art, exhibiting work in a variety of media in its cube-like space.

Galeria Melissa

Melissa, the famous plastic shoe company, has outlets around the world but its flagship in São Paulo. This concept store is worth a visit just to check out the display, which is treated like a rotating art exhibition.

Galeria Mendes Wood DM

This art gallery opened by three art dealers—two Brazilians and one American—represents up-and-coming Brazilian talent as well as established artists. The bright, contemporary space is located in the Jardins neighborhood.

Galeria Nara Roesler

One of the city’s top contemporary art galleries, Nara Roesler represents such leading artists as Vik Muniz and Tomie Ohtake. With more than 5,000 square feet of exhibition space with modern, white interiors, the gallery has been promoting both historical and contemporary artists since 1989.

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Gloria Coelho

This celebrated local designer sells her intricate designs out of an airy shop in the Jardins neighborhood.

Havaianas Store

The quintessential Brazilian accessory, Havaiana flip-flops, can be purchased in styles and patterns in São Paolo that are not available abroad. The first pair was produced in 1962, and they still make fun and easy souvenirs.

Jacqueline Terpins

Jacqueline Terpins, a local glassblower, owns this boutique that sells contemporary, stylish home wares.


Laia sells hand-made shoes in classic and contemporary styles. This tiny shop is located in the trendy Vila Madalena area of town

Lenny Niemeyer

The best bathing suit brand in Brazil has long been Lenny Niemeyer. The name Lenny is synonymous with high-fashion swimwear designed for stylish women.

Exterior View - MiCasa, São Paulo, Brazil


Come for the cool, industrial home goods and stay for the beautiful concrete-and-glass building the boutique is housed in.


Just around the corner from the Fasano hotel is NK, an emporium that sells designer labels from around the world. NK stands for Natalie Klein, who founded the store in 1997. The store also sells Natalie’s own seasonal fashions.

Lounge at Passado Composto Seculo XX, São Paulo, Brazil

Passado Composto Seculo XX

This gallery integrates cool pieces from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s into it’s woodsy, modern aesthetic.

Patricia Bonaldi

Patricia Bonaldi’s modern boutique sells her dreamy, romantic designs. Flowy, ethereal gowns and feminine clothes line the racks in this shop located in the Jardins.

Apparels at Refazenda, São Paulo, Brazil


Refazenda, meaning revival, focuses on sustainable fabrics and playful prints. Designer Magna Coeli has been creating and reinventing Brazilian fashion for 25 years.


Richards has long been the traditional go-to brand for Brazilians looking for a local version of Ralph Lauren-type clothes. Shoppers can browse both men’s and women’s clothing as well as accessories like bathing suits and leather moccasins that are vibrant, classic and well made.

Merchandise at Saad, São Paulo, Brazil


Visit this luxury store in Jardins to shop for beautiful items like well-cut wool coats, leather purses and bold shoes. Everything sold at Saad is made in São Paulo by experienced artisans.

Thomaz Saavedra

Located in the trendy Vila Madalena neighborhood, this shop sells cool, contemporary furniture with a twist.


The most sought-after lingerie label in Brazil is Valisere, which sells a variety of elegant and sexy designs.

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