Shop Like a Kardashian
Don your dark glasses, grab your iced latte and take our tour.
But you don’t need a famous family or a rap star boyfriend to drop some dollars at these star sisters’ top shops. So don your dark glasses, grab your iced latte and take our tour.
1. Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles
The Beverly Center is a bit more affordable. Kim regularly takes Manolo strolls through this eight-story mall, known for its views of the Hollywood Hills. Anchors like Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s are joined by160 stores ranging from the classic (Burberry, Versace) to retail staples (Aeropostale, Victoria’s Secret) to stores promoting the sunny Southern California lifestyle (Divine, Ferrari — who knew Ferrari made shoes? — and Beach Bunny).
2. Georgetown, Washington, DC
A short drive from DC, popular Tysons Corner Center (McLean, Va.) offers classics like Lord & Taylor, Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s (and shopping packages from the Ritz-Carlton). An easy Metro ride north of DC, Chevy Chase (Saks, Jimmy Choo, Neiman Marcus) makes a worthwhile day trip. But with stores for all price ranges, boutiques, cobblestone streets, taverns and art galleries, Georgetown is a must. The people-watching is outstanding as residents, students, tourists and famous faces wander M and Wisconsin Streets, explore the C&O Canal, enjoy cocktails at Potomac riverfront restaurants, and dance the night away at the countless bars and clubs.
3. South Beach, Miami
4. Manhattan, New York City
5. Vail, Colorado
6. Anywhere, USA
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