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Belinda Robertson offers a blend of traditional and more contemporary designs in cashmere. There are two labels: White Label is the more affordable, but...
13A Dundas Street
For more than 30 years, Corniche has been the byword for designer shopping in the city. Designers such as Westwood, Nigel Cabourne and Gaultier are...
2-4 Jeffrey Street
Cruise has been catering to fashion-conscious Scots for 20 years now. Brands include Armani, Dior, Prada, Gucci, John Smedley, Dolce & Gabbana, Ghost and...
94 George Street
Eden stocks clothes you won't find elsewhere in the city, from designers such as Noli and Desigual. Accessory brands include Anna Lou of London.
18 North West Circus Place
With four floors of glossy-magazine clothing, this is a fashionista's delight. As well as the city's clothes, priced highly, you'll find exclusive cosmetics...
30-34 St Andrew Square
Helen Bateman's designs come in a basic range, retained year-round. There are also funkier seasonal sandals and slingbacks, plus special-occasion shoes.
16 William Street
Davidson has been attracting in-the-know locals since 1969. Labels include Ben de Lisi, Christian Lacroix, Diane von Furstenberg, Missoni and more. New...
52 Thistle Street
Four floors offer the usual sensible, mainstream John Lewis range of technology, beauty, fashion and homewares, all with the 'never knowingly undersold'...
69 St James Centre
With labels such as great Plains, Nougat and Avoca laid out on colour-coordinated rails, clothes here feel smart enough, but the prices won't break the...
18 Stafford Street
There are three Xile stores in Princes Mall, all with a slightly different stock: the Directional store has more cutting-edge labels; and you'll find the...
Princes Mall, Princes Street