Tehranis are very fashion conscious and want to look their best, especially in the fashionable northern part of the city. A boom of hot new designers means private maisons are sprouting up around town, dizzying a person as to where to look for the latest trends. Luckily, we’ve got you covered with our list of the best womenswear boutiques in this fashion-forward city.
The handpicked items at Rosewater House make it one of the most carefully curated boutiques that caters to Tehran’s elite. Brands like J Brand, Jimmy Choo, and M Missoni are carried alongside local designers and artists, to create an eclectic mix of western and Persian apparel, jewellery, and home furnishings.
Rosewater House, Toutounchi St., Arefnasab St., Tehran, Iran +98 903 0514891
Light, airy fabrics and feminine aesthetics make Mahtab Alavi’s handprinted shawls and manteau a delight. These items put a modern twist on typical Persian symbols and traditional prints commonly seen on rugs from the Qashqai and Bakhtiari tribes. Although visitors must make an appointment to view the collection at the designer’s maison, it might be possible to catch her at local fashion events around town, which are announced on her Instagram page.
Saadat Abad, Tehran +98 912 5304330
Fashionable attire for the more formal occasion is what you’ll find in Bespoke Maison. A wide array of colourful and stylish scarves, shawls and iconic European brands of shoes and accessories for a sleek finish are available here. In a city where looks matter, Bespoke has got you covered for your most put-together look.
A peaceful open courtyard will have you loving Tawoos Khaneh, (Persian for ‘Peacock House’) before you even step inside. This bohemian gallery is so adorable on the inside that you will be determined to pick something up just to have a memory of this place. The main showroom for Baftan Handmade’s clothes and manteau, it also houses collections by young Iranian designer Dooz by Golnar, and other accessories like scarves, jewellery, and handbags.
Gandi St., 8th Alley, #1, Unit 2, Tehran, Iran +98 913 960 4067