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Mokotowska Street is one of the most picturesque streets in the city, and it also offers some great shopping. From Plac Trzech Krzyży to Koszykowa Street, it is filled with little boutiques, many of them selling clothing and jewelry by up and coming Polish designers.
Józefina has one of the best shoe selections in the city, although that won’t be immediately clear. The shop is owned by an elegant woman named Jagoda, who stocks shoes by known brands and lesser-known French and Italian designers, as well as select pieces of clothing. Merchandising isn’t one of Jagoda’s strong suits, so you’ll have to approach her store with an open mind and a keen eye.
- +48 22 828 93 95
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Mysia 3 is a retail space and art gallery located in the heart of the city. Here you will find an eclectic mix of international brands, local designers, and home accessories. The white-washed café on the top floor is a good place to stop for an afternoon coffee break.
- +48 603 767 574
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