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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
Lower-priced Ralph Lauren line defined by distressed Americana. Denim jackets, fringed camouflaged shorts, hippy-inspired button-down tops. Patterns and textures reminiscent of the Native American ... read more
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-to-wear classics. Think DVF, Missoni, Helmut Lang, Jimmy Choo, Phillip Lim. Tight edit means that although inventory might not run ... read more
Kristi Paras of Zachary's Smile re-ups her Village space with a boutique dedicated to co-ed sportswear and hipster tchotchkes. Bi-coastal American designers fill the racks; denim and Kenyan sneaker... read more
Dutch & Soda. House of "Amsterdam Couture" delivers bohemian style. Women pick from loose-fitting shirts, maxi dresses, and skirts in bold prints and neon colors. Men get multiple print options... read more
Starting out, Rag & Bone felt more like a menswear line with some equestrian-inspired duds for the ladies, but that's so not true anymore. With colorful, sophisticated looks, women's line is ... read more
The French don't know how not to be cool. Case in point: IRO founders Laurent and Arik Bitton and their killer ready-to-wear collections. First standalone store means you don’t have to schlep... read more
Lest we forget what that NY stands for, Donna Karan drops a line of denim named for NYC hoods. Trendy cuts for women like the Avenue B Jean and the Soho Skinny; Brooklyn and Bleecker for the boys... read more
J. Press's under-35 label gets a shop of its own, filling a cavern of mahogany molding and tufted leather sofas. Suiting goes only as formal as standard navy pinstripes; madras, seersucker, and nau... read more
Once the favored overall of the American workman, now the jean of youth subcultures. The 501 Original remains a top seller, with T-shirts, shorts, trousers, jackets, sweaters, and accessories to ma... read more
Back in the summer of '69, Gap sold just Levi's, LPs, and tapes. 1969 was a long, long time ago. All growed up now, 3,000-plus location chain will hook you up with everything from bathing suits t... read more
Started with messenger bags made from billboard vinyl, now a full-fledged New York institution. Artist-owned and -managed retailer keeps to a Live, Work, Create philosophy. The creative energy se... read more
Premium denim from the dudes who started Lucky Brand. First location outside of Cali fits right in among the spendy boutiques of Nolita. Jeans are proudly made in the U.S.A., albeit with Japane... read more
Los Angeles brand exemplifies the Boho-chic woman. From its oversized distressed boyfriend jeans to its simply constructed sandals, can be dressed up or down. Loose-fitting tops reflect a classic-y... read more
Vernon, California export now widely distributed on the haunches of NYC. Liz Claiborne ownership reflected in high quality, good fits, steepish prices. Denim is the bread and butter here, with vint... read more
During the rise of premium denim and the hipster obsession with Americana, Earnest Sewn opened in the Meatpacking and started selling $10 bundles of lavender like it was the hot new party drug. Tha... read more
Los Angeles brand exemplifies the Boho-chic woman. From its oversized distressed boyfriend jeans to its simply constructed sandals, can be dressed up or down. Loose-fitting tops reflect a classic... read more
What better for Billyburg outfitting than an Americana purveyor that dates back to the Civil War? Walks a manly/twee line. Vests, overalls, bandanas. Railroad engineer caps let you live out childho... read more
Gives off uptown-girl-living-downtown-for-the-summer vibe with ultra-feminine atmosphere and range of contemporary basics. Sparkly cocktail dresses, menswear-inspired vests, high waist denim, gold ... 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...