Designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have long reigned both on and off the runway. Ample-bosomed Italian women a la Sophia Loren dazzle in their looks. Slightly fetishistic iconic corset ... read more
Tempting wastaholics and minimalists alike. Stocks over two-thousand perfectly packaged products, giving it a rep as the "Japanese Ikea." Much like Ikea, or Topshop for that matter, special brand o... read more
Extensive selection and sales keep you hooked. Collections for the whole family, filled out with cosmetics, accessories, and footwear. Choice store for picking up flyby trend apparel or last-minute... read more
Canadian brand known for retailing out of grocery stores tries something a little bit more upscale for its NYC foray. Oak accents meet signature orange shades inside two-story Fifth Avenue flagsh... read more
IN PREVIEW. Canadian brand known for retailing out of grocery stores tries something a little bit more upscale for its NYC foray. Oak accents meet signature orange shades inside Garment District ... read more
Canadian brand known for retailing out of grocery stores tries something a little bit more upscale for its NYC foray. Oak accents meet signature orange shades inside two-story Fifth Avenue flagship... read more
Best known for her support of animal rights, Stella McCartney doesn't let her fashion suffer for her beliefs. Store reflects Beatle-spawn's inherent talent for feminity in her designs. Beautifully ... read more
Charming, hole-in-the-wall East Village boutique expands to the BK. Brookelynn Starnes, former designer for Libertine, launched the feminine range in 2006 and it's since been picked up by Barneys ... read more
St. Lucia-born, Garment District-bred house reprises the ready-to-wear line that made such a splash in the ‘90s. Name means “touch” in Italian, a sense you’ll be eager to us... read more
Though the selections at Century 21 might be a season or two old, prices are freshly cut. Discount department shop is known for its deals and it's best to shop early to avoid stroller-laden familie... read more
Only a genius could create an upscale drugstore that focuses solely on makeup, fragrances and skincare products. Don’t be shy about testing classics like Chanel No. 5 or Calvin Klein’s ... 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
Of the moment, young, emerging-designer wares retailed in open warehouse spaces with "downtown vibe." Casual apparel and accessories, full denim bar. Funky jewelry, pop tart/movie star sunglasses, ... read more
Like the sugary cereal the name evokes, hooks from the very first bite. Soho destination for dedicated dressers who are beyond trends or runway looks and instead seek designers with unique POVs. Cu... read more
Williamsburg's first Elvis-themed barbershop/tattoo parlor. Because what the King loved almost as much as peanut butter, bananas, and pills was hair gel and Mama tats. Rehabbed motorcycle garage mo... read more
Zen serenity meets lux spa life. Drop stress from head to toe, leave with a little polish: spa covers everything from reflexology to facials to waxing to mani/pedis. Renew skin with honey and cit... read more
If the expression "mega-flagship" is confusing, just think of it as a department store with only one brand. Armani/Fifth Avenue is a four-floor retail space with an impressive glass façade a... read more
Before the millennium the thought of buying a candle that cost fifty dollars or more was unheard of. Leave it to sexy packaging and a fancy name to change all that. This first U.S. outpost for Dipt... read more
Like their counterfeiters on Canal Street, this five-floor Gucci emporium takes pains to impress its iconic logo upon shoppers. Perfectly situated as a fashion museum to the many visitors that walk... 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...