Paddington has a long-standing association with bars and restaurants, but in recent years, its daytime cafe-culture has emerged as a real draw in its own right.
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Josh Niland – of the boundary pushing seafood restaurant Saint Peter – is behind this retail seafood boutique.
Stonewashed linens, crisp cottons and beautiful accessories, designed right here in Sydney.
Luxury mid-century Scandinavian furniture and interiors that will lift any home.
Luxury statement pieces for women with big budgets.
The Melbourne furniture maker's grand Paddington store.
A small shopfront catching the eye of shoppers on William Street.
A beautiful furniture and homewares store run by a mother-and-daughter duo.
It’s selling plants from easy-care to rare. And there’s a B&B; for foliage freaks.
Dive in for facials, skincare products and aquatic-inspired design.
The Australiana-themed textile and homewares brand’s permanent base in Paddington.
Creativity, passion and a good eye for what people like makes this gift store a keeper with more than 50 years’ history under its belt.
So much more than the average high-street jeweller.
Kit Willow’s Paddington store is a century-old space stripped-back to its beautiful basics.
A whimsical and most definitely quirky jewellery boutique.
An Australian flagship selling the brand’s famous skeleton flats, and injecting a dose of California into Sydney.
Womenswear styles designed in Sydney and delivered weekly. Plus homewares, jewellery and Italian eyewear.
The best place to find activewear and athleisure clothing.
Bohemian street style filtered through a Parisian lens.
Like the classic takeaway joint, but with more technique.
Lee Mathews has a boutique in Paddington at The Intersection.
Drop off your film for Hillvale to process, and for you to download later.
Camilla and Marc’s second line, C&M;, has its own home in Paddington.
A specialised eyewear boutique housing some of the world’s most formidable brands.
A goldmine of recycled fashion and vintage designers.
Sleek, modern garments by a husband and wife team.
Local designer with a distinctly feminine aesthetic
A local brand with functional Swedish style.
Cameras, music books and iconic images of rock greats.
Soft curves and clean lines from Melbourne-based furniture company Jardan.
Kooky rainbow rebels from New Zealand.
Combines European elegance with New York polish and an undeniably Australian sense of wearability.
Local and international designers and killer staff make this one of our favourites.
Locally designed, hand-made lingerie,
A casually stylish men’s fashion and lifestyle house on Oxford Street.
When Oxford Street began to droop, Joseph Darling saw an opportunity to play a role in the creative renovation of the once-vibrant street.
From J Brand jeans to slinky Equipment silk shirts.
An Australian owned, international epidermal destination.
Made-to-order suits and shirts from an extremely well dressed man.
Carefully selected essentials, from overseas and Australian designers.
A one-stop-shop for richly layered, minimalist pieces from the masters of Swedish style.