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  • The Apartment

    101 Crosby St. New York, NY 10012
    212-219-3661

    http://www.theapt.com Although owners Stefan Boublil and Gina Alvarez rarely sleep in The Apartment (originally that was the plan), the store is meticulously furnished with all the amenities of a "romantically minimalist" home, minus the cash register. Everything you see is for sale. More >>

  • Appellation

    156 10th Ave. # 1 New York, NY 10011-4724
    212-741-9474

    http://www.appellationnyc.com

  • Applause Books

    211 W. 71st St. New York, NY 10023
    212-496-7511

  • Apple Art Supplies

    321 Dekalb Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11205
    718-399-2800

    This art supply store with the healthy name has been serving stoned Pratt students for years. Located next to the campus, Apple Art has something for everyone, but it mainly caters to students studying architecture, graphic design and painting, and lacks a bit on the sculpture and industrial design side. These friendly folk keep tabs on their customers: "Your new haircut looks so cute! Why haven't I seen you in such a long time?" so be prepared to make friends. More >>

  • Apple Store

    Apple Store

    103 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-3126

    http://www.store.apple.com/us It's hard to believe that the Apple Store will stick around for more than a couple of yearsait just seems a little too late-'90s. But even if you're not interested in iMac tutorials or having your questions answered by the shop's resident geniuses, there's that staircase, an architectural beauty made entirely out of glass, frosted on the footing to thwart potential peeping Toms. Steve Jobs may not be Prince Charming, but his store's stairs are the next best thing to being fitted with a glass slipper. More >>

  • Aquatic Creations

    97 N. 10th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-302-9080

    If your fish are starting to mold or flat-out dying, seek advice from the guys at Acquatic Creation, gurus of all things underwater. Not only can they tell you to keep goldfish away from piranhas, but they understand how subtle changes in a fishas aquarium affect its health. The owners, Sean and Tony, specialize in building aquatic habitats, from outdoor ponds to 350-gallon tanks. More >>

  • Arayssi

    Arayssi

    7126 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11209
    212-745-2115

    http://www.arayssi.com We thought that nobody made a good pistachio ice cream until we found a great one in an unpredicted place. In addition to being the city's best Lebanese bakery, Arayssi makes a mellow pistachio ice cream littered with crushed nuts, sold in a quart tub, and quite a bargain. The ice cream has a creamy yet crystalline texture that verges on junket. Baskin-Robbins, eat your heart out! More >>

  • Arche Shoes

    995 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10075
    212-439-0070

    http://www.arche-shoes.com Thanks to the name, they're inflected with a bit of Gallic glamour, but frankly, to judge by their chunky heels and clunky lines, I think Arche shoes look medical, like something an orthopedist would prescribe. Alas, working girls sometimes have to look that way, don't they? More >>

  • Arche Shoes

    128 W. 57th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-262-5488

    http://www.arche-shoes.com Thanks to the name, they're inflected with a bit of Gallic glamour, but frankly, to judge by their chunky heels and clunky lines, I think Arche shoes look medical, like something an orthopedist would prescribe. Alas, working girls sometimes have to look that way, don't they? More >>

  • Arche Shoes

    1045 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10065
    212-838-1933

    http://www.arche-shoes.com Thanks to the name, they're inflected with a bit of Gallic glamour, but frankly, to judge by their chunky heels and clunky lines, I think Arche shoes look medical, like something an orthopedist would prescribe. Alas, working girls sometimes have to look that way, don't they? More >>

  • Arche Shoes

    10 Astor Place New York, NY 10003
    212-529-4808

    http://www.arche-shoes.com Thanks to the name, they're inflected with a bit of Gallic glamour, but frankly, to judge by their chunky heels and clunky lines, I think Arche shoes look medical, like something an orthopedist would prescribe. Alas, working girls sometimes have to look that way, don't they? More >>

  • Arden B.

    1130 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-628-2003

    http://www.ardenb.com Arden B. does an okay job of reinterpreting the big trends of the moment for ladies on a budget. Unless you exercise some control, you will end up looking like a transsexual all done up for Halloween (or like, say, Kim Cattrall) but if you choose wisely, you can score some great little pieces a especially the jackets and blazers a that will see you through many job interviews and internships. More >>

  • Arden B.

    532 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-941-5697

    http://www.ardenb.com Arden B. does an okay job of reinterpreting the big trends of the moment for ladies on a budget. Unless you exercise some control, you will end up looking like a transsexual all done up for Halloween (or like, say, Kim Cattrall) but if you choose wisely, you can score some great little pieces a especially the jackets and blazers a that will see you through many job interviews and internships. More >>

  • Arden B.

    104 5th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    646-638-0361

    http://www.ardenb.com Arden B. does an okay job of reinterpreting the big trends of the moment for ladies on a budget. Unless you exercise some control, you will end up looking like a transsexual all done up for Halloween (or like, say, Kim Cattrall) but if you choose wisely, you can score some great little pieces a especially the jackets and blazers a that will see you through many job interviews and internships. More >>

  • Argosy Book Store

    Argosy Book Store

    116 E. 59th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-753-4455

    http://www.argosybooks.com/shop/argosy/index.html Elegant and expensive, Argosy invites you to regard books as pure objects. Check out the 16th-and-17th-century collection for Latin breviaries small as piano keys. More >>

  • Arleen Bowman Boutique

    353 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10014
    212-645-8740

    http://www.arleenbowmannewyork.com Arlene Bowman has good casual clothes for sexy middle-aged womenabut not the self-tanned ones who are having sex with their tennis instructors. Flirty within limits, the small store carries loose-fitting Garfield & Marks, Annamoon, Tasha Polizzi and more. More >>

  • Armani Casa

    97 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-1271

    http://www.armanicasa.com/armani_casa_index.html Are we meant to believe that this is what the home of Giorgio Armani himself looks like? As plain and simple as a Banana Republic? Minimalism can be luxurious, but at prices like this, it doesn't make a whole lot of sense. More >>

  • Armani Exchange

    645 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-980-3037

    http://www.armaniexchange.com Label-whores beware: The lycra-blend, logo-mad disasters that this store specializes in bear almost no relationship to the clean, minimal styles one associates with the name Armani. This stuff is almost all for the high-school set, though every now and again, tasteful looks do pop up on the racks. More >>

  • Armani Exchange

    568 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-431-6000

    http://www.armaniexchange.com Label-whores beware: The lycra-blend, logo-mad disasters that this store specializes in bear almost no relationship to the clean, minimal styles one associates with the name Armani. This stuff is almost all for the high-school set, though every now and again, tasteful looks do pop up on the racks. More >>

  • Armani Exchange

    129 5th Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-254-7230

    http://www.armaniexchange.com Label-whores beware: The lycra-blend, logo-mad disasters that this store specializes in bear almost no relationship to the clean, minimal styles one associates with the name Armani. This stuff is almost all for the high-school set, though every now and again, tasteful looks do pop up on the racks. More >>

  • Armani Exchange

    10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019
    212-823-9321

    http://www.armaniexchange.com Label-whores beware: The lycra-blend, logo-mad disasters that this store specializes in bear almost no relationship to the clean, minimal styles one associates with the name Armani. This stuff is almost all for the high-school set, though every now and again, tasteful looks do pop up on the racks. More >>

  • Art of Shaving

    141 E. 62nd St. New York, NY 10021
    212-317-8436

    http://www.theartofshaving.com This elegant little shop aims to restore some glamour to the mundane task of personal maintenance. Uptown gentlemen and other dandies head here for real fur-shaving brushes and old-school straight razors, and come Father's Day, no boutique is as bustling. More >>

  • Art of Shaving

    10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019
    212-823-9410

    http://www.theartofshaving.com This elegant little shop aims to restore some glamour to the mundane task of personal maintenence. Uptown gentlemen and other dandies head here for real fur-shaving brushes and old-school straight razors, and come Father's Day, no boutique is as bustling. More >>

  • Artemide

    46 Greene St. New York, NY 10013
    212-925-1588

    http://www.artemide.us Artemide's famous light fixtures are easily identifiable if you're the sort who obsesses over all the sleek shelter mags, or takes design ideas from the sets on their favorite NBC sitcoms. This store belongs in Soho with all the fancy clothiers, because really, buying a lamp here is like buying a Cartier watch for your home. More >>

  • Artez'n

    444 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-596-2649

    http://www.furstimpressions.com/artezn/index.html Part shop, part studio, Artezan aims to encourage homegrown talent through selling their crafts and sponsoring workshops. Lean how to put together mosaics, assemble earrings, and make gift soaps from scratch. The store portion sells handmade jewelry, silkscreened tees, and custom-blended fragrances from local Brooklyn artists. More >>

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