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  • Encore

    1132 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10028

    The Upper East Sideas most wearable consignment treasures are housed at Encore, which has lots of cute sweaters and dresses that wonat break the bank. Of course, the fancy stuff is there too, but the crowd tends to be a little younger, a little less fussy. More >>

  • End of Century

    237 Eldridge St. New York, NY 10002

  • Enelra Lingerie

    Enelra Lingerie

    48 1/2 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10003

    The success of Victoria's Secret never fails to baffle. Badly designed and badly made, its wares are barely a cut above Kmart's. Head instead to the venerable Enelra Lingerie, a neighborhood institution with a consistently luscious display of intimates in its double front window. These are dainties for East Villagersasmart and sexy, not tawdry or embarrassingalike camisoles trimmed with antique-looking lace or embroidery, polka-dot bras with matching hot pants, and floral slips with satin binding pretty enough to wear as dresses. More >>

  • Environment 337

    Environment 337

    337 Smith Brooklyn, NY 11231

    Two Brooklyn natives created this quirky home-furnishings store on Smith Street that features the work of both local artisans and companies halfway across the globe. Look for mod bedsheets from local linen company Dwell, and for the odd housewarming gift: natural-rubber vases in teal or lemon yellow, perhaps. More >>

  • Eres

    621 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-223-3550 If you want to look chic and oh-so-French at the beach, but aren't quite ready to go topless, Eres makes body-flattering (and not too wallet-depleting) swimwear with contours and simple color palettes that are terribly continental. There's also a fine selection of similarly well-designed lingerie. More >>

  • Eres

    98 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-7300 If you want to look chic and oh-so-French at the beach, but aren't quite ready to go topless, Eres makes body-flattering (and not too wallet-depleting) swimwear with contours and simple color palettes that are terribly continental. There's also a fine selection of similarly well-designed lingerie. More >>

  • Erica Tanov

    204 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-8020 A graduate of Parsons School of Design, Erica Tanov started with a lingerie, then expanded into silky, loose-fitting dresses, slacks and childrenas clothes. Crafted from soft materials like charmeuse and cashmere, Tanovas clothes hang well and rarely require a bra. More >>

  • Erica Weiner Jewelry

    Erica Weiner Jewelry

    173 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012

  • Erica Wilson Needle Works

    717 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-832-7290 Just looking at Erica Wilson's complex needlepoint patterns, based on themes from the Cloisters and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, makes your hands cramp in agony as arthritis sets in before its time. A needlepoint guru, Erica has made VHS tapes and sold books on her wares, and masochistic people apparently buy them. Her handy kits come with a painted pattern, wool, needle, and instructions. Bring your credit card; it is not cheap. More >>

  • Escada

    715 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022

  • Eskandar

    35 E. 10th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-533-4200 Anglo-Persian designer Eskandar recently opened this 4,000-square-foot location on 10th Street, a minimal oasis of 100-year-old wooden floors and tasteful French antiques. The store stocks pricey home accessories, all-natural bath products and earthy apparel. More >>

  • Esprit

    583 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    646-823-0183 It's still around? Well, apparently the '80s California label Esprit has kept going, "kicky" stencil logo and all (it always looked like "Sprit," to us). How come back then you couldn't collect enough Sprit t-shirts, but now it looks like budget Zara? OTHER LOCATIONS: 110 Fifth Ave at 16th St New York, NY 10011 Time Warner Center 10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019 More >>

  • Ess-a-Bagel


    831 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-980-1010 The bagels here are perfectly fat (fluffy on the inside, crisp on the outside) aalso, sugar-free, low-salt and hand-rolled. Cream cheese comes in big, gobby layers, oozing out the center. Also at: 359 1st Ave, 212 260-2252 More >>

  • Essence of Silk

    P.O. Box 18447 Los Angeles, CA 90018

  • Essex Street Market

    Essex Street Market

    120 Essex St. New York, NY 10002
    212-312-3603 This is an indoor market featuring dozens of different vendors, including fishmongers, butchers, vegetable sellers, grocers, and a few non-food stalls, like a tailor, a barber, etc. Much like the Arthur Avenue Market, though not as large, this is an indispensable spot for foodies looking for harder-to-find goods like ethnic specialties (tripe, pork belly, yuca) or anything you need for dinner, fresh and well priced. More >>

  • Estella

    493 Ave. of the Americans New York, NY 10011
    212-255-3553 A Harvard MBA and former buyer for Bergdorg Goodman, Jean Polsky resents the idea that kids clothes should be powdery pale and/or candy-colored. Her small selective line consists of subtle browns and graysamost from up-and-coming European (particularly Parisian) designers. More >>

  • Etro

    720 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-317-9096 Etro made their mark with the paisley scarf in the 1980s; the company is well-known for its beautifully printed, easily recognizable fabrics and sleek tailoring. More >>

  • Eugenia Kim

    203 E. 4th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-673-9787 The story of the quirky Ms. Kim is one fantastic screw-you: After getting fired from Allure magazine, the Parsons School of Design student was flagged down by store owners while wearing a red guinea-feathered cloche she had made in class. (She created the hat to look a little like hair, as she had shaved her head bald after a bad haircut.) Behold, another career is born. Winner of the CFDA Perry Ellis award for Accessories Design, mad hatter Eugenia Kim now has a booming business that claims Cameron Diaz, Madonna, J. Lo, Nicole Kidman, and Britney Spears as clients. Her face-flattering fedoras and sunhats go for around $200-$300 apiece. More >>

  • Eve

    Eve's Garden

    119 W. 57th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-757-8651 Inside a serious-looking office building with marble floors and potted plants, Eveas Garden caters to females with sincere intentions (no penis pasta or monster dildos). With pastel walls and framed erotica, the shop charges a bit extra for its gadgetsa they're infused, of course, with be-at-peace, love-your-body glory. More >>

  • Every Thing Goes

    Every Thing Goes

    140 Bay St. , 208 Bay St. Staten Island, NY 10301
    718-273-7139 Staten Island is the forgotten boroughagood news for shoppers in search of thrift stores unravaged by hipsters hunting ironic T-shirts. EVERY THING GOES offers four stores, the most tempting of which calls itself "Variety." Walkable from the ferry, these St. George treats are run by an intentional community called Ganas. Quirky conversation with co-op inhabitants? Jaw-droppingly low prices? Great selection and a free ferry ride? Sounds like the best shopping experience in town. More >>

  • Evolution

    120 Spring St. New York, NY 10012

  • Excellent Dumpling House

    Excellent Dumpling House

    111 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10013

    Back in the early '90s, Excellent Dumpling was one of our favorite Chinatown spots for noodles and Cantonese dumplings. It has been grandly outstripped by over a dozen other places since then, but a bit of the old zing remains, and the place is as popular as ever. The chicken dumplings are the things to get --submerged in bubbling oil and fried from top to bottom, for the extra greasiness you desire in a dumpling. The favorite noodle dish has always been rice cake: Round plugs of noodle-y material (sometimes called "wedding cake" for no apparent reason) stir fried with your choice of ingredients and heavily soy-sauced. The scallion pancakes and sulkiness of the staff recall Chinatown's old days, too, even though Thai and Shanghai flourishes have been added to the menu. More >>

  • Exhale

    980 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-249-3000 The yoga room in Exhaleas Central Park South location is so gorgeous and open that weddings have been conducted there. A haven of good smells and friendly faces in the heart of gray, grimy midtown, this spa offers body services from acupuncture to nutritional guidance, as well as full day schedules of yoga and core fusion classes. The staff at Exhale are not the hard-core, hard-bodied, intimidating weight-training fanatic types youall find at neighboring workout class centers. Instead, theyare so kind (genuinely kind!) that youall go back and pay the overpriced class fee over and over again just to see your new friends. More >>

  • Exhibitionist

    177 Orchard St. New York, NY 10002
    212-375-1530 New York is overrun with corner shops peddling gently used silver, gold, and diamonds. That's fine for average folks, but rock stars and celebrities (or just wannabes) head straight to Exhibitionist. Dazzling, scary, heavy jewelry -- sporting giant precious stones, skulls and crossbones, or sacred hearts -- lies in wait in red-velvet-lined cases. Chain belts and necklaces are displayed on meat hooks like an s/m dungeon crossed with Barneys. More >>

  • Exit 9 Gift Store

    Exit 9 Gift Store

    51 Avenue A New York, NY 10009
    212-228-0145 Exit 9 specializes in wonderfully quirky gifts, particularly the political (vaguely) kind. aStop bitching! Start a revolutiona shirts apparently made little effect this fall, but they could have, right? As for gifts that are provocative, butaas far as I can tellanot socially consciousness, the augly dollsa hold a sort of otherworldly power. These felt blubbery things have 1,2, or no teeth, 1,2 or no eyes, and the kind of tumor-like head protrusions (are they horns? fingers? genitalia??) that seem somehow culturally important, though how or why remains unclear. More >>

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