Known as “The Beverly Hills of the Southwest,” Scottsdale offers endless options for high-end, high-fashion retail experiences. Shop like the star you are and treat yourself to the latest on-trend goods at these luxury shopping destinations in Scottsdale.
SCOTTSDALE FASHION SQUARE
Prada. Gucci. Louis Vuitton. We hope you saved your pennies, because Scottsdale Fashion Square has every designer brand your heart desires sprawled out across 2 million square feet of space. In fact, Fashion Square has the distinction of being the Southwest’s largest shopping center, boasting nearly 200 retailers and top-notch dining options like Ocean 44, Francine and Nobu. Your wallet will be burning a hole in the pocket of your Joe’s Jeans as you skip from store to store at this luxury shopping destination.
OLD TOWN SCOTTSDALE
Looking for a new-to-you piece with all the designer chic of days gone by? Mine for vintage finds, from Chanel bags to Pucci dresses, at Old Town Scottsdale’s Vintage by Misty and Fashion by Robert Black. Misty Guerriero collects vintage pieces for her shop during trips to Europe throughout the year, focusing on high-end designer clothes, bags and accessories from the past century. At Fashion by Robert Black, peruse an outstanding selection of vintage finds, from red carpet masterpieces to 1960s shift dresses and all the jewelry and accessories you need to complete your look.
If you’d like to enjoy fresh air and sunshine while you shop, head north to Scottsdale Quarter. Standout stores here include Kendra Scott, Lululemon Athletica and Free People. During the warmer months, you’ll find parents sipping an iced Americano from Press Coffee while the kiddos play in the Quarter’s splash pad, located on the central quad. When you need to refuel, the Quarter serves up a wide range of culinary options, including Sol Cocina, True Food Kitchen, Dominick’s Steakhouse and Culinary Dropout at The Yard.
Across Scottsdale Road from the Quarter, Kierland Commons is a lively Main Street-style center filled with luxury shopping brands like Johnny Was, Ann Taylor, Sundance and White House|Black Market. You can even configure your dream car at Tesla! And if you want to grab a bite, Kierland Commons is home to more than a dozen restaurants dishing up everything from contemporary Latin cuisine at The Mission and bruschetta boards at Postino Winecafé to island-inspired fare at Tommy Bahama.