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Smaller local stores decorate the South First Street area, which stretches from West Oltorf Street to West Gibson Street. Shoppers can wander shops like Flashback Vintage, Jack & Lola and Mana Culture, and art galleries like Art for the People. -


Browse this cozy showroom on South First Street, which shares its space with Peruvian shoe makers Fortress of Inca. Pick up a colorful South American satchel for the world traveler or handmade jewelry for your fashion forward friends. -

"Meet local gem Jack & Lola, a shop filled with curated collections of small batch, handmade, and artisanal goods. Started by boss babe Gaby O'Hearn, Jack & Lola was created as a tribute to her grandparents who "instilled [in her] the importance of adventure and family" - 

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"Get ready to shop authentic worldly items you don’t have to worry about fitting into a suitcase." -

"Jack and Lola channels Mexico's adorable town of Sayulita- bright and cheerful with great decor hanging all around. And while the shop feels worldly, much of the stock consists of small batch items made by local Austin artists." -

"Introduce him to some man maintenance products of his own like a trio of shave oils.  Legit for five o'clock stubble and burly abundance, a daily massage will not only condition, but the antioxidant mix will also tighten his pores and prevent pesky ingrown hairs."-tidbits Austin Jack & Lola press