Haunt
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HAUNT
Part shop, part showroom, Haunt came into being last summer with the merging of jewelry designer Rachael Donaldson, knitwear specialist Laura Irwin, and Holly Stalder (above), whose first boutique, Seaplane, helped draw national attention to Portland’s independent fashion scene. Haunt, where customers can buy straight off the (small) racks or order custom dresses and bridal wear, promises to be equally influential.

Golden Rule
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GOLDEN RULE
What you see is not all you can get at this unique vintage store. Owner Wynde Dyer typically displays less than 10 percent of her massive vintage collection at any given time. (She picks items that visually complement the store’s revolving décor themes.) Buyers looking to dig deeper should request a private appointment in the catacombs.

Redux
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REDUX
In its spot for six years, Redux is 811’s oldest tenant, and possibly the most locally loyal, carrying hundreds of Northwest designers. You’d be hard-pressed to find a larger selection of Portland-made crafts, jewelry, and accessories anywhere in the city: bags by Queen Bee Creations and jewelry by Locket 2 You and Pretty Candy, to name a few.

Nationale
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NATIONALE
Added to 811 just last year, Nationale is an art gallery and specialty shop run by May Juliette Barruel, who hails from the French Alpine city of Grenoble. Barruel uses her old-country connections to stock the store with a trove of treasures for the Francophile: authentic Marseille soaps, Klorane dry shampoos, and French-made espadrilles that whisper c’est bon!

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