São Paulo Shopping

Fashionistas from all over the continent flock to São Paulo for the clothes, shoes, and accessories. In fact, shopping is a tourist attraction in its own right. You can get a sampling of what's on offer six days a week: stores are usually open on weekdays from 9 to 6:30 and Saturdays from 9 to 1; many are closed on Sunday. Mall hours are generally weekdays and Saturday from 10 am to 10 pm; some

malls only open on Sunday around 2 pm.

Well-heeled paulistanos famously love shopping malls, and there are plenty of those in the city. Perhaps of more interest for visitors, almost every neighborhood has a weekly outdoor food market, complete with loudmouthed hawkers, exotic scents, and mountains of colorful produce. Nine hundred of them happen every week in São Paulo, so you'll be able to hit at least one; ask around to find out when and where the closest one happens.

Antiques and secondhand furniture are the big draws at the Sunday flea market at the Praça Dom Orione in Bela Vista. You'll also find clothing, CDs, and other (mostly) reasonably priced items here. In Centro, Rua do Arouche is noted for leather goods. Rua Barão de Paranapiacaba is lined with jewelry shops and is nicknamed the "street of gold." The area around Rua João Cachoeira in Itaim has evolved from a neighborhood of small clothing factories into a wholesale- and retail-clothing sales district. Several shops on Rua Tabapuã sell small antiques. Also, Rua Dr. Mário Ferraz is stuffed with elegant clothing, gift, and home-decoration stores.

In Jardins, centering on Rua Oscar Freire, double-parked Mercedes-Benzes and BMWs point the way to the city's fanciest stores, which sell leather items, jewelry, gifts, antiques, and art. Shops that specialize in high-price European antiques are on or around Rua da Consolação. Lower-price antiques stores and thrift shops line Rua Cardeal Arcoverde in Pinheiros. Flea markets with secondhand furniture, clothes, and CDs take place on Saturday at the popular Praça Benedito Calixto in Pinheiros, where you can also eat at food stands and listen to music all day long. Arcades along Praça Benedito Calixto and many streets in neighboring Vila Madalena, like Ruas Aspicuelta and Harmonia, house boutique clothing stores.

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Alexandre Herchcovitch

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

Amoa Konoya Arte Indigena

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Inspired by contact with indigenous peoples, Walter Gomes opened this store to promote awareness about and economic opportunities for...

Anna Pegova

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The shop of the French beauty-product brand famous in Brazil has hair, skin, face, and body products for men and women. ...

Antonio Bernardo

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


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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...

Arte Aplicada

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


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

Baratos Afins

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Heaven for music collectors, Baratos Afins opened inside the popular Galeria do Rock in 1978 and is also a record label. The company...

Bel Galeria

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

Casa do Amazonas

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


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