Shoe addicts, beware. An international coterie of designers is setting up shop on our shores. Here, the kickiest openings, from New York to Hawaii. Better leave room in the suitcase.

Constança Basto 573 Hudson St., New York; 212/645-3233
The Look Tangerine and white stripes outside, Brazilian antiques and chandeliers inside
Spring's Star The Milena sandal: three-inch heel, seafoam-green straps
Fast Fact Constança's grandmother was a famous Brazilian couture collector

Jimmy Choo 47 Highland Park Village, Dallas (opening in March)
The Look A boudoir straight out of the 1940's: velvet poufs, satin chaise longues
Spring's Star The Pickle: yellow patent leather, stacked wedge, butterfly detailing
Fast Fact Jimmy Choo is actually a London shoemaker, the uncle of one of the brand's founders

Miss Trish of Capri 440 N. Rodeo Dr., Los Angeles; 310/777-8700
The Look A seashell-adorned beach cabana inspired by Italy's chicest island playground
Spring's Star The Goa Pearl: flirty 2 1/2-inch heel, bejeweled orange straps
Fast Fact Trish's men's sandal collection, Mr. Positano, launches this month

Tod's 2120 Kalakaua Ave., Honolulu; 808/924-5110
The Look Vachetta leather wall paneling, oak floors, and a garden balcony
Spring's Star A limited-edition pastel moccasin designed specifically for this store
Fast Fact The dressing rooms here suggest that Tod's Italian clothing line is not far behind