Boutiques in Denver: Last Minute and Local Gifts
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 December 2012 09:04
Written by Denver Design Incubator
Wednesday, 19 December 2012 08:49
Chocked full of vintage finds, Night and Day Vintage has an adventurous compliment of household goods, clothing, accessories and old-fashioned fancies. Westword said Night and Day “looks like a scene inside Alice’s imagination.” We agree.
Goldyn, 2040 W. 30th Ave., Denver, Colorado
From Carol Ann Wachter blouses to Helmut Lang leggings, Goldyn’s designers are handpicked, and quite cozy this time of year. Our favorite find was a bright woolen hooded cape, a vibrant representative of Pendleton‘s Portland Collection.
Rakun, 1147 Santa Fe Dr., Denver, Colorado
Rakun finds the cutest locally made jewelry, clothes, accessories, gifts, and more from around Colorado and brings them to you. Many of our wonderful treasures are recycled and upcycled from all sorts of fun materials. Support local business, sustainable goods, and find something adorable and affordable!
Sewn, 18 South Broadway, Denver, Colorado
Jil Cappuccio, designer of One of a Kinds Limited Lines, makes clothing and accessories for women, men and children. She designs and drafts her own patterns, using lots of vintage fabrics. She has a discerning eye for color and unexpected pattern combinations. With over 20 years in the garment trade, she loves to sew, and all designs are handmade in house by Jil herself.
32nd West, 3719 W. 32nd Ave., Denver, Colorado
Friendly, independent, family owned-operated offering outdoor, active, urban clothing, shoes and accessories for women, men and kids too!
Megafauna, 2710 Larimer St., Denver, Colorado
Megafauna has an eclectic mix of mens and womens essentials. Jewelry is made of recycled bike tires and coffee is brewed while you shop– you never know what kind of edgy goods shop owner John McCaskill will find. J. Aubrey, in-house stylist, can do your ‘do after you’ve found a one-of-a-kind, locally designed outfit.
From their site: “We are a soapbox for those who have grown weary of the corporate brand, the red tape of government subsidized ownership and the mindless advertising of mainstream mediums. We are passionate about the organic development of art in the American culture and seek to provide an alternative method for those who want to follow their dreams.”
Thread, 1227 21st Street Denver, Colorado
Providing unique handmade apparel, housewares, jewelry, and more, THREAD supports local artists in their quest to outshine the “super marts” of the shopping world. Large scale manufacturing of goods is void of craftsmanship and typically terrible for the environment. Supporting the handmade industry allows shoppers to create their own culture, while directly helping folks in the community. We look forward to bringing community together, while providing an alternative to ‘the norm’.
Moonchild Vintage (Online Only)
Exquisite Vintage clothing and accessories Victorian through the 80s.