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Danish designer, drummer, filmmaker, and artist Henrik Vibskov drops quirky boutique on Soho. Euro-friendly spot along the lines of original Copenhagen and Oslo outposts. Eponymous line joined ... read more
Agnès Andrée Marguerite Troublé returns to nabe where she launched her first international boutique way back in '83. Exposed brick interior suitable for hanging paintings... read more
Explicit content from epic hip-hop/Japanese streetwear mashup. Started circa 2002 in Tokyo, soon added NYC flair to the mix, now holds down flagship shop on the LES. Slender space stocked with ... read more
West Coast style gets a toehold in SoHo. Cast iron boutique focuses on fashionable casuals for both men and women. Beachy keen influences show up in easy to wear sweats, sweaters, T's, and carg... read more
Nolita flagship for L.A.-based designer, who handpicked the wallpaper, flooring, and stunning bronze and steel chandelier overhead. Twelfth Street line on the racks, as seen on the shoulders of... read more
Trench coats were only the beginning. Haymarket check lets everyone know where your iPod case came from. Chav-friendly house of style brings the classes together with love of all things black, ta... read more
Cali denim dudes bring a truckload of jeans to the Limelight Marketplace. Rustic little loft makes the most of stained glass once belonging to the Holy Communion Episcopal Church. Reclaimed barn ... read more
Like their clothes -- all daring colors, feral prints, and obsessive tailoring -- Etro's two-story shop in lower Manhattan is imbued with as much classicism as cool. The store's Santa Fiora stone f... read more
"Vagabond meets street-smart modernist" inside flagship location for wunderkind designer. Central cage built around cast-iron columns, mink hammock hanging from pristine white ceiling. Looks exude ... read more
Line only dates to 2010, but has already made a splash with avant-garde looks at approachable prices. Atrium and Diesel are on the résumés, shop’s a former Helmut Lang. Distress... read more
François Nars opens first NYC shop. House-style blacks and whites, with bold red accents. Minimal look to better act as a frame for your beautification. Fireplace topped with Nars personal i... read more
Classic American preppy meets urban for durable downtown looks. Emphasis on oxfords and unwashed denim for men; cute, simply cut tent dresses for women. Village location swings toward the specials:... read more
NYC location number trois for très chic French luxury brand. Spawned by Lacoste offspring (founder Thierry Gillier is Andre Gillier’s grandson), aims to be simultaneously posh and ... read more
High-design general store, give or take, from fave EV tatt parlor. Lori Leven brings her jewelry from Second Avenue, augments selection with smart pieces from Annie Costello Brown, Lauren Wolf, and... read more
What is the American jet-set doing these days? If you ask Michael Kors, they're watching Project Runway between jaunts to Capri and St. Tropez. Complete lifestyle shop includes ready-to-wear, shoes... read more
Lower Broadway’s “Sneaker District” gets a major-player flagship. Largest agglomeration of Converse soles on planet Earth. Jumbo Old Glory made out of Chuck Taylors will get you i... read more
Ray Kelvin brings his Ted Baker line to the High Line. Glasgow-born ready-to-wear retailer hot to expand, bringing sophisticated quirk for the gents and classy sass for ladies. MePa store blends NY... read more
Analogue snapshot avatars open a second location in NYC. Dedicated to film photography, as inspired by original Russian Lomo camera. “Embassy” approach combines school, gallery, and sho... read more
Step inside and smell the patchouli. Mingle with the dreadlocked folk who say things like, "oh this? I got it at my favorite Tibetan clothing store..." Browse the incense, meditation cushions, and ... read more
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Sleek spinning studio became a mini-chain in a snap. Addictive clas...
Frenchish café chain has many, many outposts throughout NYC,...
Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...