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    ALL TOO HUMAN is tucked away, just off Newbury Street.

    |Rachel Raczka

Donatella Versace worked with acclaimed English architect Jamie Fobert to reinvent their boutiques across the world, including the new 225-square-meter location in Copley Place that rolled out earlier this month. Nuzzled between NIC + ZOE and Ermenegildo Zegna, the Versace boutique offers mens and womens pret-a-porter collections alongside limited-edition Palazzo Sultan handbags and pumps created in celebration of the opening. Copley Place, 100 Huntington Ave, 857-504-6275, versace.com

Jessica Knez and Joseph Morrissey’s bright, clean boutique ALL TOO HUMAN features well-edited collections from playful designers who are well-loved, but still niche — Delpozo, Dries Van Noten, J.W. Anderson — as well as the obscure, but obtainable — Atea Oceanie, Jacquemus and locally-bred designer Sally LaPointe. 236 Clarendon St, 857-350-3951, alltoohumanboston.com

San Fran importTopdrawerbrings Japan’s minimalist approach to lifestyle and travel to Newbury Street. An offshoot of Tokyo stationery emporium Itoya, the Boston location is the company’s second in the U.S. and carries a meticulously organized array of organizational tools, writing instruments and travel accessories to compartmentalize near-every part of your life. Also, simplistic rain gear from RAINS, Kolo photo albums and Staedtler pens in every color you’ve ever dreamed of.273 Newbury St, 857-305-3934, topdrawershop.com

Boston-based interior designer Millicent Cutler’sOuimilliebrings European flair to the gift boutique row that is Charles Street. Just don’t expect the typical preppy, nautical, monogrammed goods like her neighbors — she mostly sources her pieces from France and Denmark. Think simplistic baubles from Caroline Najman and Reiko denim from Paris, and chic Scandinavian furniture pieces from by Lassen.121 Charles St, 617-669-2276, ouimillie.com

 

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