Located in a rather epic, neoclassical-looking building on Greene Street, stocks the full Dior arsenal, from accessories to fragrance to footwear to ready-to-wear. Unsurprisingly for the neighborho... read more
The only people with a chance at beating New Yorkers at the style game are the Parisians, and they've made a bold foray into our fair city with this elegant boutique. Gorgeous space conceptualized ... read more
Elbow the models aside and browse a gorgeous collection of skirts, tops, accessories, and shoes by such fashion luminaries as Chrissie Morris, Reece Hudson, and Mrs. David Beckham. Vogue has alread... read more
Not many designers (er, actually probably no others) can say they've dressed Pacino, Jay-Z and Morrissey. But Italian fashion legend Angelo Galasso's "Tradition in Evolution" philosophy has an appe... read more
This aptly-named Cobble Hill boutique caters to the duality of women: their girly-pink whimsical side, and their spicy- let's-go-out flavor. Brooklyn chicks can peruse the store's brimming treasure... read more
Arriving in the midst of a MePa renaissance, Intermix’s most ambitious boutique to date is more than 2,500 square feet of fashion delirium. Spread over two floors and a mezzanine, such marque... 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
The ostensibly potty-mouthed FCUK thing was hot for about a New York minute, but there's plenty more on offer at this British export. Latest looks make their way to blouse, sweater, sweat, and deni... read more
Created by a group of fashion entrepreneurs in 2008, The Wagon Boutique in Crown Heights offers a pastiche of cool clothing and accessories; some vintage, some new, all with a vibe that is “c... read more
Staple NYC consignment shop, offering extensive selection of Chanel, Hermes and equally notable high-end brands. Frequently updated merchandise, buy or sell to join the rotating designer cycl... read more
90,000 square feet of retail delight plopped down on Fifth Avenue. It's Uniqlo's biggest store in the entire world--which makes the company's theme, "Made For All", a rather literal statement. A se... read more
An erstwhile dry-cleaning shop, this English-inspired men's clothing and accessories store sells limited-edition and vintage pieces created in the attic-esque shop. Inspired by British gent/owner's... read more
If you can get past the fact that you can't get past the hoardes of tourists at this NY landmark, then step right into the world's largest store. Step in, peruse the Michael Kor sequin shirts and s... read more
High-end European boutique set in a nightclub-esque space. Novel idea! With exposed brick, scaffolding, and concrete, this seductively lit designer shop makes you want to throw on a $3,000 Alexande... read more
This lattè-selling men's surf shop caters to the caffeine-craving L.A. native who's homesick for the beach. Join the swarms of cool kids and stock up on graphic T-shirts emblazoned with the ... read more
A cashmere wonderland, Meg Cohen sells its signature double-fringe cashmere scarves, hats, gloves, and snap-together vintage cuff links to the men, women, (and babies) with such epicurean tastes. M... read more
The original curator of bling, Louis Vuitton began outfitting A-listers in that well-known logo way back in 1854. Beyond luggage, the brand is known for luxe fashion and leather goods, as well as c... read more
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
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Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...