Clarion Hotel Faria Lima
Rua Jeronimo da Veiga 248
Sao Paulo, 04536-001
Phone: (55) 11 2197-7550
Fax: (55) 11 2197-7551
Rua Jeronimo da Veiga 248 248 - Itaim, Sao Paulo, BR, 04536-001
- Phone: (55) 11 2197-7550
- Fax: (55) 11 2197-7551
Ellus began exclusively as a jeans brand in 1972 by Nelson Alvarenga. Over the years the store expanded to skirts, blouses, shirts and accessories as well. This brainchild of Alvarenga is one of the popular fashion stores in Brazil and has numerous outlets across the country. This store is located in Iguatemi São Paulo shopping center. You can find a nice collection of garments that look trendy and are comfortable as well. A range of accessories like handbags, belts and shoes are available to complement your attire.
Daslu is a fashion hole, where models and socialites exchange pleasantries and shop until they drop. The couture haven boasts of multiple floors of clothing for men and women, stalls of belts, felt hats, jackets, denim, and much more. Brand dropping never got so easy as Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Salvatore Ferragamo, Burberry, Dior, Chloe, Miu Miu, and others have huge displays of their collection. Looking for georgette sandals, pencil skirts, Ana Rocha rings, and purses just got better.
Gucci commits itself to fashion affluently, the brand has several iconic products to its name. It makes accessories like keyrings, belt-bags and wristlets along with spiffy eye-wear, smart shoes, hand bags and dashing apparels. When you visit this Gucci store, it is impossible to leave empty handed, the collection is that compelling. This Italian brand in Shopping JK Iguatemi, caters solely to the male fashion sense, with an exceptionally lavish range of products that vouch to steal your heart.
With multiple outlets across Brazil, Livraria da Vila houses an extensive collection of books, ranging across various genres, that it is sure to please every reader. Livraria da Vila began as a book store in 1985, but has expanded over the years to become much more, a platform for cultural events. Theatrical acts, book signings, lectures, workshops are amongst the varied events conducted here. While shopping at JK Iguatemi, take a detour at this book store and enrich yourselves.
With a collection of antiques that date as far back as the 18th Century, Juliana Benfatti is an antique collector's delight. A family-run store, it is known for its rare and eccentric pieces from many parts of the world. Artistic bronze bowls, elegant wall brackets, colorful table lamps and sophisticated crystal boxes all form a part of the collection at this store.
Established in 1981, Shopping Eldorado takes pride in being the third shopping center in São Paulo. It started out on a small-scale with limited stores, but has expanded into a huge mall over the years. In 1992, a food court was set up, and this place became the first in the city to have a dining zone in a shopping center. Shopping Eldorado offers shopping a wide range of options, right from high-end designer outlets to pocket-friendly stores.
For your next pair of stylish footwear, head to Shoestock. With stores across the city, the brand is a favorite among fashion-forward men, women and children. Located in heart of the Olimpia Village, the chic boutique houses an impressive array of shoes and accessories in the latest styles and unique designs, that cater to every style and occasion. From boots and pumps, to wedges and everyday flats, they promise to cover your shoe fix. In addition, browse through trendy bags, wallets, hats and belts to upgrade your wardrobe.
Compared to the dark and imposing stonework of Sao Paulo's monastery, Mosteiro bakery's light, modern aesthetic may seem far from its roots. Despite the updated look of the monastery's retail bakery location, every confection and loaf is prepared according to the traditions of the Sao Bento monks. Featuring almost every imaginable form of sweet or savory bakery product, the rich tradition and dutiful craftsmanship of the resident bakers is apparent in the first bite.
Take home something exclusively Brazilian from Arte Tribal’s remarkable collection of gifts and souvenirs. From clichéd keychains, hats and bottle openers, to more unique tapestries, ceramics and handicrafts, this store has something for everyone. A browse through these traditional products and regional artisan work offers a glimpse into the nation’s vibrant culture and heritage.
Amalia Spinardi's baby in the form of Jo de Mer is a fantastic store specializing in swimsuits and bikinis. The collection offers flattering bikini designs to cover most body flaws. Tiger prints, one-piece, strapless, polka dots, stringy thongs...take your pick. And if you want to make your beach entry a tad more tasteful, pick a designer cover-up, which are also on display. See-through ponchos, tunics and demure bags are on offer too. A bikini set can set you back by BRL250, but if you're wondering whether the price is worth it, ask Fernanda Tavares or Gisele Bundchen.
Marcedinho Chic is one part craft fair and one part boutique at the retail-heavy intersection of Rua Oscar Freire and Rua Haddock Lobo. The twenty four stalls inside the market space brim with an assortment of accessories, clothing, jewelry and more, some stands representing more established independent brands while others simply showcase the work of a local craft maker. The selection frequently shifts at Mercadinho, so guests who are on the fence about a purchase ought to think long and hard about it before returning to find the item, if not the whole stall, replaced by something new. Created by Jair Mercanzini, Mercadinho Chic is a top-notch spot to stock up on one-of-a-kind local souvenirs and crafts.
Lita Mortari is known for classy and elegant partywear for women. Located in Rua Bela Cintra in Jardins, which is lined with niche, upscale brands, the store features gorgeous dresses made from finest fabrics that will dazzle any soiree. Having four stores across the city, Lita Mortari is easily one of the best designer clothing brand for cocktail dresses.