A Cool Breeze (480) 663-3182
Featuring handcrafted designer clothing for men, women and children, handbags, jewelry, furniture and tableware. Relocating from a prestigious Michigan Avenue address in Chicago, owners Jerry and Judy Adams share a philosophy of treating each customer like part of their family.
Anastasia's Bath, Body, Boudoir (480) 443-4555
With the ambiance of a chic Parisian suite, this luxury boutique offers fine European lingerie, sumptuous bath and body products, and charming boudoir accessories.
Mon-Sat 11am-7pm (closed Sundays)
Andreis Rug Gallery (480) 246-8989
The art of fine weaving can be experienced firsthand, with art-level and investment grade rugs that are of the rarest quality in unusual, hard-to-find sizes. Displaying a penchant for fine Persian, antique and collectible rugs, their exclusive, must-see collection is landing in Scottsdale from some of the most renowned weaving centers in the world.
del Adora (480) 998-0011
del Adora is the premier destination for fine Egyptian cotton linens and bedding. Choose from our wide in-stock selection and, with thread counts up to 1,020 threads per inch, let us help you create a beautiful sleep experience. Pamper your body and delight your senses with luxurious towels, soaps and accessories for the bath.
Les Ateliers 480.432.3737
Les Ateliers European Art Gallery features unique sculptures of rare, Carrera marble, bronze and terracotta; and hand painted works of art that transmit extraordinary light representing landscapes from France, including Paris and Normandy; The Atlantic Coast, and the United States including Colorado, the Grand Canyon and New York City. Owned by Sebastien and Karine Richard, this gallery recently immigrated from Beaune in Bourgogne, France.
The family, along with their three teenagers decided to move to the United States after a visit to Scottsdale two years prior to learn English and allow Sebastien (the artist/painter) time to paint an entirely new collection inspired by the Arizona landscapes and weather. Sebastien is known for his scenes of daily life and landscapes. His work is classical with a touch of contemporary. He spent several years in many studios before pursuing his studies at the renowned Art School of Paris. There, he learned many techniques including by-hand mapping with a fountain pen that perfected his detail which blends perfectly with his paintings. He also utilizes a painter's knife, otherwise known as the pallet knife, to create with spontaneity at each and every stroke. His first exhibition dates back to 1993, and he has not stopped painting since that time. In 2001, his works of art began to be recognized throughout the country and sold in many galleries throughout Europe that eventually, earned him several well-regarded Artist Awards.
Tuesday-Saturday from 10:30am-6:00pm and Sunday from 11:00am-5:00pm