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Portland's Streetwear Destinations

Whether your poison is leather boots, sneakers, rompers, button-ups, jeans distressed or raw, capes or cut-off sweatshirts, Portland's got you covered for cutting-edge street fashion.

Compound Gallery

107 NW 5th Ave., 503-796-2733, compoundgallery.com.

Part streetwear and sneaker boutique—stocking clothes from labels like Stussy, Undefeated, and Portland's own Tabor Made and Trillblazin, and rare silhouettes from Nike, Converse and Vans—and part gallery that showcases emerging artists with a pop-art and street-art focus, Compound perhaps blends the confluence of art and streetwear that represents the new Old Town better than anyplace else.


114 NW 3rd Ave., 503-208-3599, indexpdx.com.

Those cost how much??? Index is one of the Pacific Northwest's premier destinations for sneakers, a consignment store that carries, among limited-release pairs of Air Jordans, Yeezys and the like, extremely rare and one-of-a-kind shoes like the Oregon Air Jordan 4s that fetch several thousand dollars. Don't be surprised if you bump into a visiting celebrity or athlete.

Frances May

1003 SW Washington St.

Whether you play it safe with classics or go full-fashion, Frances May has mens- and womenswear to keep you fresh. See page 18.


542 E Burnside St.

Portland's temple of high-end, minimalist menswear will have you looking almost as cool as Kanye in no time.

West End Select Shop

927 SW Oak St.

Technically a women's boutique, WESS carries excellent unisex garments for everyone, especially those not afraid to dress out of left field. See page 21.

WM Goods

1136 SW Alder St.

WM carries adorable, normcore-adjacent takes on women's classics so you can dress up for a dinner party or down with a fresh pair of Stan Smiths.