Julia Chu's Favorite Shops
MAAS & Stacks is one of Julia Chu's Favorite Shops.

1. MAAS & Stacks

8.7
2128 Market St (Church street), San Francisco, CA
Clothing Store · Duboce Triangle · 7 tips and reviews

Lucky MagazineLucky Magazine: "My friends opened up this great men’s shop in San Francisco and I’m so proud of them!" -Julia Chu

Guerrisol is one of Julia Chu's Favorite Shops.

2. Guerrisol

5.4
17 boulevard Rochechouart, Paris, Île-de-France
Thrift / Vintage Store · Rochechouart · 5 tips and reviews

Lucky MagazineLucky Magazine: "These French thrift stores are hidden all over the city. You have to be willing to shuffle and dig through racks and piles of moth-eaten pieces, but that’s what's fun about it." -Julia Chu

3. Helen's Antiques

121 W Badillo St (btwn N 3rd Ave & S Citrus Ave), Covina, CA
Antique Shop · 1 tip

Lucky MagazineLucky Magazine: "I’ve been shopping here since high school. This is one of those stores so far out in the suburbs, away from freeways, that you’d only know it existed if you actually lived close by." -Julia Chu

Kinokuniya Bookstore is one of Julia Chu's Favorite Shops.

4. Kinokuniya Bookstore

9.1
123 Astronaut E S Onizuka St (upstairs at Weller Court Plaza), Los Angeles, CA
Bookstore · Little Tokyo · 23 tips and reviews

Lucky MagazineLucky Magazine: "The best way to spend a free afternoon is to browse the amazing selection of Japanese fashion magazines at this store." -Julia Chu

Half & Half Tea Express 伴伴堂 is one of Julia Chu's Favorite Shops.

5. Half & Half Tea Express 伴伴堂

6.8
17575 Colima Rd (at Hanover Rd.), Industry, CA
Tea Room · 79 tips and reviews

Lucky MagazineLucky Magazine: "Their milk ice slushes with honey boba and taro pudding are like taking a vacation in Taipei. Who needs to go shopping when you can just grab a large cup and sit outside on the grass?" -Julia Chu

Top Hat is one of Julia Chu's Favorite Shops.

6. Top Hat

8.6
245 Broome St (Ludlow St), New York, NY
Miscellaneous Shop · Lower East Side · 11 tips and reviews

Lucky MagazineLucky Magazine: "I love well-curated stores that are minimal and straightforward in design, and that carry pieces that feel intimate and quirky—stores that I wish I'd opened myself." -Julia Chu