Shop ’til you drop in Rio de Janeiro!

Rio Fashion Week 2013 may have come and gone in Brazil’s fun-loving city, but Rio de Janeiro remains a hub of style and fashion all year round. Here are our picks of the best boutiques Rio has to offer – from stylish brands to the most elegant designs, these are shopping experiences that can’t be missed!

Rio de Janeiro

Farm

Farm has been a shoppers haven in Rio since 1997, and now works alongside international brands to bring fashionistas the hottest collaborations in Brazil and beyond. Alongside their effortlessly stylish clothing, Farm also offer surfboards, paddleboards and bikes, making them a one-stop-shop for everything you need to be the best dressed visitor on the beach.

Osklen

Another Rio staple from the nineties is Olsken, a brand that was created by Oskar Metsavaht to provide fashionable yet functional clothes for the people of Rio de Janeiro. Popular with cariocas for their printed graphic tees and unusual fabrics, shopping at Olsken will have you fitting in in Brazil in no time.

Lenny

Lenny Niemeyer is the stylish brains and beauty behind the popular Brazilian swimwear brand Lenny. Specialising in eye-catching bikinis, bathing suits and kaftans, Niemeyer – a distinguished architect as well as fashion designer – set about to create luxury swimwear that she’d always wanted to wear, but couldn’t find in her native Brazil. With 18 stores dotted around the country, see the collection for yourself and make like a true local.

Maria Bonita

Maria Candida Sarmento’s homegrown Brazilian clothing and accessories brand Maria Bonita has been a hit with the most fashionable cariocas and tourists that Rio de Janeiro has to offer for over two decades. Her designs range from plain and elegant to edgy and experimental, whilst never losing sight of their luxurious Brazilian heritage.

Emma Walsh-Knutson is the Marketing and Communications Director at WhereInRio Luxury Real Estate.

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