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4234 N. Craftsman Ct.

Studio Joy Li
7144 E. Stetson Dr.


In Phoenix, the stretch along the north side of Camelback just west of Central Avenue, which is anchored by the great local music store Stinkweeds, offers multiple delights, including sweet jewelry, hand-picked new and vintage clothing, and baby gear at Frances, and toys — plus art — for the hip kid in you at Red Hot Robot, a "toy gallery and cultureshop."

12 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix

10 W. Camelback Rd.

Red Hot Robot
14 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix

Just a stone's throw east on Camelback is Red Modern Furniture, where you'll find vintage modern art, furniture, and accessories housed in a swank two-story concrete, glass-and-steel Haver building. Farther south on Central is Haus, which sells fabulous mostly modern home furnishings from a variety of names, including Jonathan Adler.

Red Modern Furniture
201 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix

4700 N. Central Ave., Suite 102, Phoenix

Downtown Phoenix, just off Roosevelt Row, contains several gems, including Bunky Boutique, with its fresh, friendly collection of men's and women's clothing and accessories. And over on Grand Avenue is Devious Wigs & Things, which is like a visit to your grandmother's closet, if your grandmother used to be a drag queen in the East Village.

Bunky Boutique
812 N. 3rd St., #A, Phoenix

Devious Wigs
1229 Grand Ave.

Finally, for a little haute couture, head to Phoenix Art Museum to take in "Geoffrey Beene — Trapeze," a look at the pioneering designer's career, on view in the Ellman Fashion Design Gallery from November 7 to March 7, 2010.

625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix

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