The city’s highest-priced retail district is initially unassuming: a warren of narrow lanes lined with drab old functional blocks, some of which appear to be on the verge of collapse. Step inside the shops, however, and you’ll find style incarnate. The highlights here include Ogaan, which stocks opulently embroidered dresses from Gaurav Gupta, silk chiffon tops from Gauri & Nainika, and Pashma-brand cashmere stoles; also, Silverline, a family-run wholesale jewelry firm in business since the 1970s, which offers outstanding pieces in silver and precious and semiprecious stones like amethyst, tourmaline, and rose quartz. Good Earth has chic, often whimsically designed furniture, kitchenware, and china, as well as delicious-smelling bath products. Anokhi, one of India’s most celebrated brands—you’ve likely seen the label overseas—offers Rajasthani block-printed fabrics and clothing in colorful but not overstated florals and paisleys, at ridiculously low prices: soft pure-cotton tunics are just $13.