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The edgy Comme de Garçons concept store may be the only but great reason to visit this part of Lexington Avenue.
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Tyler Brulé brings his impeccable taste to this pint-sized West Village shop space.
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This West Chelsea book store has more in common with the neighbouring art galleries than Barnes & Nobles.
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A little Marc Jacobs for you to get even the least bookish turning pages. Great books and gift items.
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Mixing the well-affordable with the pricey, and established labels with the lesser-known, an inspired fashion assortment in the Meatpacking.
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Not as trendsetting as its European pendants, but elegant interiors and a carefully curated inventory make this New York concept store a destination worth seeing.
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Root through the wardrobes of Chelsea’s best-dressed boys without breaking and entering, by stopping at this designer consignment store.
Read more: Ina NYC Chelsea
An intriguing range of products conceived by some of NYC’s greatest marketing minds makes for great gifting.
Read more: Working Class Emporium
For those who don’t want Swarovski-encrusted limited editions with a designer price tag or sportswear swooshes, step into these luxury babies.
Read more: Leffot
Everyone’s favourite ice cream truck is making it permanent with a shop and seriously cool whipped flavours and more crazy toppings.
Read more: Big Gay Ice Cream Shop
The savvy man’s online style secret makes the leap from screen to street with its classic selection of love-forever menswear.
Read more: C.H.C.M.
The Tiffany & Co. of gourmet grocery stores. "No thank you. Just looking."
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Like a fashion magazine editorial, the shop is packed with cutting edge style, but with infinitely more wearable duds.
Read more: Opening Ceremony
The first ever Hermès men’s store is a four-floor haven of luxury leather goods and sumptuous silks.
Read more: Hermès Men
Lifestyle & Design
Whatever floats your boat - bring an empty extra suitcase to NYC for your booty. A few tips for your New York shopping.
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An French-Icelandic concept store for New York inspiration.
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Wine, dine and party your way from Midtown East down to SoHo as one of the world’s most important furniture fairs hits town.
If your idea of paying tribute to the Declaration of Independence involves dancing with half naked men and a boatload of trannies, then head straight to the Pines.
High tops and sandy bottoms. Fire Island’s all-nighter sunset-to-sunrise party takes place on the beach.
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