2007 BEST One-Stop Shopping
If Louis Boston rented out sleeping space, there’d be no reason to ever leave. The four-story Newbury legend can clothe you (quite well, in Dries Van Noten and Mayle, and as the only place in town that carries Marni), accessorize you (with quirky jewelry from Mannin and Francisca Botelho), coif you (Salon Mario Russo, third floor), and feed you (from chef Pino Maffeo’s on-site kitchen). The only part of the store you’d have little use for is the otherwise excellent home goods collection—your new address comes already very nicely appointed.
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