Tour de Luxe

What defines luxury in our city? After all, our streets aren’t dotted with Prada or Versace boutiques—but we’ve got an eclectic little mix of shops that, yes, is luxurious. And luxury isn’t always defined by a high price tag—depending on your budget, a $20 body scrub from The Soap Opera or a $695 clutch are equally splurge-worthy. So here’s a selection from the city’s high-end hotspots.

1. Pillow, $64, and brooches, $22–$48, Iconi Interiors.
2. A Kate Spade outfit clothes a mannequin at Woldenberg’s.
3. La Vie Parisienne bracelet, $89, Little Luxuries.
Stuart Weitzman leopard flats, $370, Woldenberg’s.
5. Hobo and Tusk wallets, $48–$98, Little Luxuries.
6. Susan Goodwin charm necklace, $315, bracelet, $198, in a cherry burl wood bowl by Hank Bardenhagen, $125, MMoCA Store.
A mannequin dons a Lacoste shirt and pullover, $98 & $145, Woldenberg’s.
8. Wisconsin artist Wes Hunting’s art glass vases range from $500– $1,600, MMoCA Store.
9. Rebecca Taylor “Asymmetrical Occasion” dress, $325, Gorjana “Roosevelt Cluster” necklace, $53, and Marc Jacobs “Party Girl Tribal Derby” bag, $298, bop.
10. Alessi salad bowl, $106, and serving utensils, $34, MMoCA Store.
11. dav rainboots, $59–$99, and United Nude “Mono Jane” pumps, $109, shoo.
12. Mason Pearson large boar-bristle hairbrush, $170, The Soap Opera.
13. Charlotte Ronson “Inkblot” dress, $275, Atticus.
14. Hat.a.girl SPF 50 hat, $34.95, J. Kinney.
15. Hollywould gold clutch, $695, Woldenberg’s.
16. White lamp, $170, vintage gold/black lamp, $160, jewelry, $28–$38, Iconi Interiors.
17. La Vie Parisienne “Amour” lockets, $63 each, Little Luxuries.

Photographs by Sara Gomach

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