Boston’s premier concept store migrated to the still-developing Waterfront in 2010. The open-plan, warehouse-like space has sweeping harbor views, and clothing is hung on rolling racks for maximum flexibility. Louis started life as a menswear store, which is reflected in its impeccable Italian tailoring, but there are also young labels such as Greg Lauren (yes, the nephew of a certain other American designer), Belgian-born Tim Coppens and NYC duo Public School. Womenswear features such au courant names as Thomas Tait, Simone Rocha, Jonathan Saunders, Jason Wu and Suno. You’ll also find carefully selected beauty products, scents and candles, home items, shoes and accessories. An outpost of celebrated snipper Mario Russo’s salon is on site, as well as an excellent restaurant, Sam’s.
|Venue name:||Louis Boston (CLOSED)|
60 Northern Avenue
at Fan Pier Boulevard
|Opening hours:||Mon–Wed 11am–6pm; Thu–Sat 11am–7pm; Sun 11:30am–5pm|
|Transport:||Silverline SL1 or SL2 to Courthouse|