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Me And You clothing boutique is situated in Braamfontein and pays close attention to detail to ensure only the best quality | Courtesy Me And You
Me And You clothing boutique is situated in Braamfontein and pays close attention to detail to ensure only the best quality | Courtesy Me And You
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The Best Fashion Boutiques in Johannesburg

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Updated: 1 June 2017
Whether you’re after a timeless leather jacket or a feminine frock, these boutiques stock the most unique fashion items the city of Johannesburg has to offer.
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Hermanna Rush

Hermanna Rush was established in 2007 by working mother-of-two Jacqueline Corfield, who aims to design easy-to-wear yet stylish pieces for the everyday woman. The fashion brand is known for its beautiful patterned dresses and tunics, as well as handbags and shoes and Jacqueline is specifically inspired by Parisian style.

Shop 6, The Parks Centre, corner Wells Avenue & Jan Smuts, Cedar Lakes. +27 11 447 0617

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Me and You

Me and You is the place to go for ready-to-wear statement pieces and most of what you’ll see in store is locally designed and manufactured. The store was opened by Mishka Morrison in 2012 and stocks exclusive ranges from South African designers. The beauty of this store is that new stock arrives weekly, so there’s always something fresh on offer; plus the ranges are limited – making it extra special.

70 Juta Street, Braamfontein. +27 79 089 6969

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HSE of Bespoke

Started by fashion designer, make-up artist and stylist Waseefa Hutton, HSE of Bespoke is all about sophisticated designs and creates beautiful pieces with a focus on elegance. Waseefa opened the HSE Lifestyle Emporium to showcase her own designs as well as a range of items from local designers, and the store is filled with unique fashion pieces aimed at the modern day woman.

44 Stanley Avenue, Milpark.

HSE of Bespoke fashion boutique

HSE of Bespoke’s designs are feminine, elegant and modern | Courtesy of HSE of Bespoke

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Colourbox in Parkhurst is possibly best-known as being the country’s premium stockist of Maaji swimwear. The store also sells one-of-a-kind clothing items and jewellery from local and international lifestyle brands, not widely available in South Africa.

25 4th Avenue, Parkhurst. +27 84 912 4444

Best fashion boutique Colourbox

Colourbox sells an impressive range of garments, from knitwear to active wear | Courtesy of Colourbox

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Stitch & Steel

Stitch & Steel, founded by Linda Gale, specialises in quirky designs made from authentic fabrics sourced from all over Africa. Special attention is given to detail and items are truly one-of-a-kind. Stitch & Steel sells women’s clothing but also has a fun men’s range, including ties and patterned shirts.

300 Commissioner Street, Maboneng Precinct. +27 7204 5841

Best fashion boutique Stitch & Steel

Stitch & Steel’s garments are one of a kind | Courtesy of Stitch & Steel

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Convoy in Melville is a collaboration between six South African fashion designers. The boutique, in Melville’s Bamboo Centre, is a beautifully styled space. Labels like Selfi, Hannah Lavery, Anmari Honiball and MerweMode are for sale, allowing locals to purchase some of the most coveted pieces all in one spot.

The Bamboo Centre, Melville. +27 83 548 5321

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Vintage Zionist

Vintage Zionist is the place to pick up a tailor-made, timeless leather jacket. The boutique stocks a variety of clothing pieces but the jackets are really what it’s all about. The one-of-a-kind jackets are made by recycling second-hand leather jackets and each one is unique.

Commissioner Street & Albrecht Street, Maboneng.

Vintage Zionist fashion boutique

Vintage Zionist creates unique leather jackets with an edgy feel | Courtesy of Vintage Zionist