If you searching for different experience of shopping you also have plenty of original little boutique selling beautiful products all around the city. Here is a small selection some of nicest little shop you can visit in Saigon.
This is a small team of French and Vietnamese fashion creators who takes inspiration from Vietnamese culture and nature to design original
prints and patterns that capture the essence of this fascinating country whilst remaining stylish and contemporary. They firmly believe in sustainability and ethical production. Their products are high-end fashion made of organic cotton or refined silk from the central highlands in Vietnam. Without any use of chemicals in the production process and only manufacture small quantities and fair condition in local workshops Add: 157 Đồng Khởi (1.5km) 8h30am to 9h30pm $$
Sadec District Boutique
Five creatives people started this homeware shop in 2014. They do a contemporary spin on ceramic, wood, glass and bamboo crafts from rural Vietnamese and South-east-Asian villages. Many pieces are limited editions commissioned from little-known designers; others – teapots, trays, bowls and linen bags – are made in-house by Tu Phuong Thao, Sadec District’s art director (who also holds the same post at Elle Decoration Vietnam).
91 Mạc Thị Bưởi (1.5km) 9am to 9pm $$
Set in a 19th-century colonial building reimagined as a Thirties French clothing factory, trend-setting concept store L’Usine offers a considered edit of fashion and lifestyle accessories. In-house labels Trois Filles for women and Tinwell + Bismark for men are stocked alongside international brands such as Clae (ultra-slick trainers) and Madam Stoltz The adjoining café is popular with young hot-deskers who come to work and hang out over cupcakes and tasty coffee. There’s also a second outlet on Le Loi inspired by paper factories.
Add: 151/5 Dong Khoi (1.5km) and 70B Le Loi (900m) 7h30am to 10h30pm $$