Louis was once a Back Bay mainstay, situated on a prominent corner of Newbury, in a stately building that brought wealthy locals and tourists in to purchase high-end attire and accessories. Then, in 2010, Louis uprooted itself and made a bold move to Boston's Fan Pier, where development is rising and the hip and happening crowds are flocking. Making its home in a lighter, brighter and more modern space, Louis reopened and maintained their signature style.
Louis Boston — Photo courtesy of Louis Boston
Set below trendy restaurant, Sam's, with Boston Harbor views, Louis's is still a Boston mainstay, just in a sleeker setting where they are still selling their goods to the jet-set crowd. Louis is the place to go to get the big names like Balenciaga. But, it's also the place to purchase items designed by up-and-coming style stars who have the honor of being handpicked by Louis Boston owner, Debi Greenberg, for sale on their coveted racks. Their selection is so impressive that Boston Magazine has given Louis Boston the honor of being the place to get the Best Women’s Dressy Clothing for 2012.
And if your travels don't take you to Fan Pier, you can still enjoy a small selection of Louis's accessories within the walls of the Back Bay's Mandarin Oriental Hotel.