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  • 1. Baratos Afins


    Heaven for music collectors, Baratos Afins opened inside the popular Galeria do Rock in 1978 and is also a record label. The company was the brainchild of Arnaldo Baptista, guitar player in the influential 1960s Brazilian rock band Os Mutantes. The store sells all kinds of music, but if you're looking for rare records, ask for the owner, Luiz Calanca.

    Av. São João 439, São Paulo, São Paulo, 01035–000, Brazil
  • 2. Mercado Municipal


    The city's first grocery market, this huge 1928 neo-baroque-style building is the quintessential hot spot for gourmets and food lovers. The building, nicknamed Mercadão (Big Market) by locals, houses about 300 stands that sell just about everything edible, including meat, vegetables, cheese, spices, and fish from all over Brazil. It also has restaurants and traditional snack places. The Hocca Bar is justly famous for its pastel de bacalhau (salt-cod pastry) and heaping mortadella sandwich.

    Rua da Cantareira 306, São Paulo, São Paulo, 01024–000, Brazil

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  • 3. Alexandre Herchcovitch


    The Brazilian designer Alexandre Herchcovitch sells prêt-à-porter and tailor-made clothes at his store.

    Rua Melo Alves 561, São Paulo, São Paulo, 01417–010, Brazil
  • 4. Amoa Konoya Arte Indigena

    Jardim Paulista

    Inspired by contact with indigenous peoples, Walter Gomes opened this store to promote awareness about and economic opportunities for Brazil's native communities. Artisans of 230 indigenous tribes create the crafts and artworks, from musical instruments to earthenware, sold here.

    Rua João Moura 1002, São Paulo, São Paulo, 05412–002, Brazil
  • 5. Animale


    With a deft line in cool, sophisticated fashion, Animale has long been a go-to brand for hip young Brazilian women. Known for its striking prints and sultry yet wearable garments, Animale isn't cheap—but these are clothes you'll be slipping into for years.

    Av. Ibirapuera 3103, São Paulo, São Paulo, 04029-200, Brazil
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  • 6. Antonio Bernardo


    Carioca Antonio Bernardo is one of the most famous jewelry designers in Brazil. He creates custom pieces with gold, silver, and other precious metals and stones.

    Rua Bela Cintra 2063, São Paulo, São Paulo, 01415–002, Brazil

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  • 7. Arezzo

    Bela Vista/Bixiga

    A leader in the leather game, with stores in most São Paulo shopping malls, Arezzo is best known for its footwear. The brand also has an extensive line of bags, wallets, and accessories.

    Rua 13 de Maio 1947, São Paulo, São Paulo, 04849-529, Brazil
  • 8. Arte Aplicada


    A respected Jardins gallery, Arte Aplicada is known for its high-quality Brazilian paintings, sculptures, and prints.

    Rua Haddock Lobo 1406, São Paulo, São Paulo, 01414–002, Brazil
  • 9. Bel Galeria


    Paintings and sculptures from Brazilian and international artists go up for auction at Bel Galeria.

    Rua Paraguaçú 334, São Paulo, São Paulo, 05006–010, Brazil
  • 10. BO.BÔ


    Brazilian models and soap-opera stars wear this brand, which blends bohemian and bourgeois (coincidentally, the type of bank account needed to shop here).

    Rua Oscar Freire 1039, São Paulo, São Paulo, 01426–003, Brazil
  • 11. Casa do Amazonas


    As its name suggests, Casa do Amazonas has a wide selection of products from the Amazon.

    Alameda dos Jurupis 460, São Paulo, São Paulo, 04088–000, Brazil
  • 12. Cia. Marítima


    The Brazilian beachwear brand known for its bikinis and swimsuits has a presence in this and many other high-class malls.

    Av. Higienópolis 618, São Paulo, São Paulo, 01238–000, Brazil
  • 13. Dan Galeria


    Specializing in 20th-century Brazilian art, this gallery is a must for serious art lovers and monied collectors, and educational for interested amateurs. Look out for works by modernist stars such as Tarsila do Amaral and di Cavalcanti.

    Rua Estados Unidos 1638, São Paulo, São Paulo, 01427-002, Brazil

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  • 14. Fil du Fil


    The women's clothing brand Fil du Fil maintains three locations across Moema and Vila Olímpia. Looks are casual with colorful blouses and dresses featuring prominently.

    Av. Miruna 265, São Paulo, São Paulo, 04084-001, Brazil

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  • 15. Galeria de Arte Brasileira


    Since 1920 Galeria de Arte Brasileira has specialized in art and handicrafts from all over Brazil. Look for objects made of pau-brasil (brazilwood), hammocks, jewelry, T-shirts, marajoara pottery (from the Amazon), and lace.

    Alameda Lorena 2163, São Paulo, São Paulo, 01424–002, Brazil
  • 16. Galeria Jacques Ardies

    Vila Mariana

    If you like art naïf—as the name suggests, the art is simple, with a primitive and handcrafted look—Galeria Jacques Ardies is a must.

    Rua Morgado de Mateus 579, São Paulo, São Paulo, 04015–051, Brazil

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  • 17. Galeria Luisa Strina

    Cerqueira César

    One of the city's oldest and best established galleries, Luisa Strina is a serious player in the international art world, representing artists of the stature of Cildo Meireles and Anna Maria Maiolino, as well as a stable of young stars such as Renata Lucas, Clarissa Tossin, and Fernanda Gomes.

    Rua Padre João Manuel 755, São Paulo, São Paulo, 01411-001, Brazil

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  • 18. Galeria Renot


    At this gallery you'll find oil paintings by such Brazilian artists as Vicente Rego Monteiro, Di Cavalcanti, Cícero Dias, and Anita Malfatti.

    Alameda Ministro Rocha Azevedo 1327, São Paulo, São Paulo, 01410–001, Brazil
  • 19. Granado


    As with the other locations of this Brazilian beauty-supplies chain that dates back to 1870, the Jardins shop maintains the old-time appearance of an apothecary.

    Rua Haddock Lobo 1353, São Paulo, São Paulo, 01414–003, Brazil
  • 20. H.Stern


    An internationally known Brazilian brand for jewelry, especially featuring precious Brazilian gems, H.Stern has shops in more than 30 countries. This one has designs made especially for the Brazilian stores.

    Rua Oscar Freire 652, São Paulo, São Paulo, 01426–000, Brazil

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