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Unlike most brands, Marni fits in as well downtown as it does up. Idiosyncratic, colorful, and brave, this Italian label attracts a certain type of woman not identifiable by her neighborhood. Fitti... read more
British jewelry designer Solange Azagury-Partridge has been called the "queen of bling" by Elle and "probably the greatest jewelry designer of this generation" by Sunday Times. With an H&M col... read more
Could be J.Jill’s sister brand. Flowing cotton, silk and linen in loose tunics, camis, knee-length skirts and amorphous dresses. Ideal loungewear in extra-long cardigans, boat neck T’s ... read more
Prada's pret a porter sister, Miu Miu is the nick name for luxury maven Miuccia Prada and encompasses her penchant for flashy, luxurious goods for pockets slightly less deep than it's corporate sib... read more
The Buckingham palace of menswear, Tom Ford's pretentious multi-level boutique offers his signature dress shirts in 350 colors, which can be paired with 12 different colognes. Appointments av... read more
Specializing in "fine and faux jewelry," it's the place to go if you have money or want to appear as though you do. With stores in New York, Palm Beach, and the Hamptons, it's pretty clear that the... read more
With boutiques in every US destination city, from Aspen to Boca Raton, Judith Ripka serves clients not unfamiliar with the art of buying jewelry. At the New York flagship (there's a second location... read more
Swiss fashion house Akris opened this 4,000-square-foot flagship in 2003 and, to this day, claims it is their "most important store." Building's historic facade was left intact while the interior w... read more
Flagship on Madison Avenue visited by women of all varieties, thanks in part to infamous scene in Sex and the City when Carrie Bradshaw trips, misses the ferry, and yells out "Wait! I lost my Choo!... read more
Unadorned space requires a bit of digging to "scoop" finds from racks abound with everything from obscure designers to Missoni and Alice + Olivia treasures. Wide range of contemporary and designer ... read more
Daughter of fashion icon Ralph Lauren channels her inner Willy Wonka and adds a dash of daddy's fashion sense to create castles of candy as far as the UES can see. Whimsical displays titillate your... read more
The name Donna Karan is synonymous with American fashion and, to her devoted clients, there's nothing more satisfying than shopping at her glamorous New York flagship on Madison Avenue. Comfortable... read more
Few designer lines of clothing photograph quite so well as Valentino's famous dresses and slimline men's suits. Shoes are snappy too, for both ladies and gents. Classic and en vogue at the same tim... read more
It's evident by the endless supply of caftans and light cardigans that owner and French native Christiane Celle loves St. Barts. No matter how tempting the resort and cruise offerings, better to ju... read more
Fave among young fashion-industry gals who haven't quite embraced the complicated, avant-garde style of their elders. Don't be mistaken—you won't find the See By Chloé diffusion line w... read more
The perfect place to learn a lesson in over-the-top European style, Cavalli brings it all together in his Madison Avenue shop. Damaso glass and leather meet stark white walls displaying bright soli... read more
One of the best views of Madison Avenue shopping can be found at the bar atop DKNY's massive two story boutique. Ms. Karan's friends flaunt their creativity in art exhibitions surrounded by variati... read more
Chunky gems and statement rings coupled with his signature, iconic cable designs have made David Yurman jewelry a coveted, hot item for fashionistas with flexible bank accounts. Elegant pieces in h... read more
White, crystalline marble flooring in new 2,000-square-foot Cesare Paciotti New York flagship ties together the designer's monochromatic collection of both men's and women's handbags, small leather... read more
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
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...