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Dover Street Market New York

The edgy Comme de Garçons concept store may be the only but great reason to visit this part of Lexington Avenue.

Owen NYC

Mixing the well-affordable with the pricey, and established labels with the lesser-known, an inspired fashion assortment in the Meatpacking.

Fivestory

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.

Ina NYC Chelsea

Root through the wardrobes of Chelsea’s best-dressed boys without breaking and entering, by stopping at this designer consignment store.

C.H.C.M.

The savvy man’s online style secret makes the leap from screen to street with its classic selection of love-forever menswear.

Opening Ceremony

Like a fashion magazine editorial, the shop is packed with cutting edge style, but with infinitely more wearable duds.

Hermès Men

The first ever Hermès men’s store is a four-floor haven of luxury leather goods and sumptuous silks.

Abercrombie & Fitch

The shirtless hunks at the door are still too irresistible, and where else to buy a muscle-fitting polo?

Odin

Enjoy fashion’s whims but don’t fancy looking like a fairground attraction?

Buckler

American tough guy-cool with a Brit edge sold in this laid-back, man friendly space.

Armani 5th Avenue

Visit the ‘Guggenheim Two’ to experience Giorgio’s attempt at a more ‘democratic’ shopping experience.

APC Surplus

Head to Williamsburg for unsold stock of the cult brand for almost half of the original price.

Prada SoHo

The 23,000 square foot Rem Koolhaas-designed SoHo space deserves a visit, whether you have deep pockets or not.

John Varvatos

A space with a gritty punk history. Impossible to find a more perfect location than this to sell the luxury, rock and vintage inspired collections.

Tom Ford

Not only menswear but pieces from the personal collection, too. A butler and maid service is also available, naturally, should you need some crudités while you shop.

Marc by Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs’ mini-empire continues to colonize Bleecker Street with affordable accessories for all, whoop!