Mykonos: The Perfect Destination for Exclusive Shopping – High-Quality Sunglasses and Luxury Brands

Mykonos: The Perfect Destination for Exclusive Shopping – High-Quality Sunglasses and Luxury Brands

Do you want to enjoy a luxurious weekend of shopping and the sea? Mykonos is your destination. In just a few years, this small island, which we have been talking about for a while, has transformed and become a must-visit summer destination for those who want to be at the center of the world.

There is no corner of the Chora, the main center of the island, that is not coveted by some fashion brand. In particular, two streets today contend for primacy: Matogianni, the main street, and Kalogera, which intersects it in the middle. This competition has generated a concentration of high fashion brands, jewelry stores, and high-quality sunglasses shops comparable to those in Capri or Saint Tropez.

Figure 1 – Matogianni, the main shopping street in Mykonos, with luxury boutiques

A Walk Through Matogianni

In Matogianni, there are boutiques of all kinds, but in particular, we recommend Manebi, an Italian chain with numerous stores in the most sought-after Mediterranean locations, and also Elisabetta Franchi, an Italian brand for women who want to dress elegantly.

A special mention goes to the new store of the Spanish sunglasses brand Etnia Barcelona, which will offer healthy competition to the local brand Kopajos. Etnia Barcelona offers a high-quality collection at accessible prices, also strong points of Kopajos, whose sunglasses, however, are much more customizable.

Discover more about Kopajos and visit the website www.kopajos.com and the store in Kalogera, but also www.etniabarcelona.com and the new store on the island to get an idea of the incredible quality of the sunglasses on sale.

Figure 2 – Kopajos, high-quality sunglasses store in Mykonos

If you want a different choice, we recommend trying Panaidis Eyewear or the Lunettes store: in both stores, brands like Dita, Jacques Marie Mage, Gucci, Dior, Tom Ford, Bottega Veneta, Moscot, L.G.R., Prada, Oliver Peoples, Cartier, Matsuda, Celine, Illesteva, Kuboraum, Balmain, Mykita, Versace, Eyepetizer, Chopard, Loewe, Linda Farrow, Ray Ban are available.

Continuing on Matogianni, we also find Manebi, which has declined high summer fashion and made it more accessible to everyone. Quality is a strong point of this brand; we perceive it also from its Mykonos boutique, which is imbued with the style of Italian dolce vita.

Figure 3 – Manebi, summer fashion boutique in Matogianni, Mykonos

The products are all handmade, and particular attention is given to the choice of sustainable materials such as raffia, a natural fiber derived from palms, and manufacturing carried out by small family-run companies in Italy, Spain, India, and Madagascar.

Manebi has chosen Kopajos as the sunglasses brand for its stores, in line with shared values such as high-quality Italian craftsmanship and the premium value of its products. The shared values expressed by the images these two companies convey include both high-quality Italian craftsmanship and offering luxury products at affordable prices.

Visit Manebi’s website at this link www.manebi.com

Kalogera for Exclusive Shopping in Mykonos

In just a few years, Kalogera has become one of the most exclusive streets in the world. After the opening of the Kopajos sunglasses store in 2015, Off-White, Dior, and in 2024 also Gucci and a new Katakouzinos sunglasses store have arrived.

Among the more classic brands, we also find Missoni and Rolex.

A special mention goes to Barthelemy, a Brazilian men’s swimwear brand newly arrived in Mykonos. Besides shopping, you will also find the prestigious Rarity Gallery and two of the best restaurants in Mykonos, Tuya and Meating.

Don’t miss the chance to explore Kalogera and visit its luxury boutiques. Discover more at www.kopajos.com, www.dior.com, www.gucci.com, www.barthelemy.com.br, www.rolex.com

Figure 4 – Kalogera, exclusive shopping street in Mykonos with luxury stores

Nammos Mall: Boutiques for Shopping Outside Mykonos Town

If you don’t want to get lost in the streets of the Chora of Mykonos, also consider Nammos Mall, adjacent to the namesake beach club where a shopping center developed like a village stands. Each brand indeed owns a two-story building built according to the modern Cycladic architecture canons, mixing white stone with wood and glass.

The shops are selected, including high-fashion brands like Louis Vuitton, Dior, Fendi, Loro Piana, Gucci, Bottega Veneta, Valentino, Chanel, Loewe.

There is also a luxury sunglasses store called Ralph’s Diner. You will have the opportunity to try the best selections of high-quality brands like Linda Farrow, Dita, Cartier, Chrome Hearts, LGR, Jacques Marie Mage, Mykita, Kuboraum, Gentle Monster, Illesteva, Celine, Prada, Oliver Peoples, which represent the best of the premium and independent market.

Visit their website at https://ralphsdiner.store/ to discover their Athens location and the currently available sunglasses.

The 2024 Season News

The 2024 season has brought a renewal, particularly in the Scorpios boutique. The famous resident brand Caravana, after some vicissitudes, has reorganized. Its line, made in Mexico and inspired by Tulum, still has its discreet appeal and hasn’t changed its main elements.

If you are looking for a high-quality kaftan, then you are in the right place. The bazaar offers the possibility to create a truly complete look.

Discover more at https://caravana.land/

Among the already mentioned brands, Kopajos sunglasses are available at the Scorpios Bodrum location in Turkey.

To conclude, if you pass through Mykonos Town, take a look at the new AnnaAmelie store. It is a Hungarian company that produces clothes and accessories with very original prints, usually available as sets.

Figure 5 – Anna Amelie, Hungarian clothing and accessories store in Mykonos

Visit the AnnaAmelie website here: https://annaamelie.com/

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