As some of our favorite young supermodels are becoming veritable real estate moguls, we cannot help but wonder where they shop for décor. We already know that Kendall Jenner’s first purchase for her new home was a Cloud sofa from Restoration Hardware. We also know she hired the help of million-dollar decorator Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, who also decorated the homes of her sisters Kourtney and Khloé. We even imagined what Jenner’s home would look like if we were to decorate it. Yes, where fashion girls shop for home décor is a topic always on our radar.
We already brought you a first round of It girl–worthy shops, but as our ever-expanding radar unearthed more ultra-cool, lesser-known décor destinations, we had to update our list. These shops are worth scouring for finding anything from Italian midcentury antiques to sage sticks. From New York to the Hamptons and beyond, these shops define that understated chic our favorite It girls are known for. Better yet, you can shop everything online.
At The RealReal, you are shopping the veritable closets (and now homes) of It girls everywhere. This online consignment shop recently launched its art and home section, where you can snag anything from vintage Goyard trunks to Alexandra Von Furstenberg trays and anything in between.
With shops locations in the Hamptons and Manhattan’s NoLIta neighborhood, this cool-girl store is the place to go for an eclectic mix of vintage jewelry and small home accessories like Mad et Len candles, sage sticks, incense burners, and handmade pottery.
Artemest is a carefully edited shop filled with Italy’s best: Artisans from around the country are featured to create an online store that’s truly unique. Pick up some ceramic plates, a vase, a stunning mirror, or even jewelry.
Danish Design Store is our go-to for all things Danish design (that was to be expected, wasn’t it?). The site is a veritable encyclopedia of all things midcentury modern—it’s also the best place to look for sourcing statement chairs from celeb homes.
As soon as you enter this Brooklyn Heights store, you feel instantly at home. This entirely monochrome shop is the work of Paul and Sophie Yanacopoulos-Gross, a European couple who moved to New York to introduce the best of contemporary European design to Brooklyn locals. With over 30 years’ experience in contemporary interiors and retail under their belt, this couple has created a distinct and inviting shop.
If you ask interior designers where they shop online, chances are they’ll mention Dering Hall—a marketplace that regroups hundreds of high-end furniture brands. With some items available to all and others to the trade only, there’s a little something for everyone. You can even shop for an interior designer!
An It girl herself, Jenni Kayne attracts a slew of ultra-stylish people to her beautiful stores. True to her minimal nature, her home line is a collection of simple but quality items like luxe cashmere throws and beautiful handmade pottery.
We all know The Apartment by The Line, but have you heard of Denmark’s The Apartment? A similar concept to its U.S. counterpart, the Danish store is filled with the finest of Scandinavian design, European brands, and fine antiques. There’s nothing we don’t love in this expertly curated concept store.
With stores in Southampton and Manhattan’s Flatiron district, it’s no wonder Homenature attracts the cream of the crop. Its beachy, luxe bohemian aesthetic is all in shades of white and wood, with accents of brass and tan leather. You’ll love this one.
For smaller accessories that are original and budget-friendly, Spartan Shop is our go-to. Based in Austin, Texas, the shop is carefully edited with unique and practical objects that are simple but oh so cool.
This Hamptons store is possibly one of the most beautiful we’ve ever seen. Located in an unassuming (but charming) shingle cottage off Main Street, it presents an exquisite assortment of Italian antiques and luxe accessories in an elevated beach-house atmosphere. No wonder it attracts the cream of the crop.
This post was originally published on September 27, 2016, and has since been updated.