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  • G-Star

    270 Lafayette Ave. New York, NY 10012
    212-219-2744 The house speciality is denim, just in case you can't tell the moment you walk in (check out the absurd, near Dada-ist objects rendered in their dark, signature denim scattered about). But there are some non-denim pieces, too, and it's all adorable, if slightly Eurotrashy. More >>

  • Gabay's Outlet

    225 1st Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-254-3180 This family-owned and operated discount store (run by three generations of Gabays) sells overstock from Bendel's and Bergdorf's at 50 to 80 percent off retail, carrying heavy-hitter brands such as Marc Jacobs, Manolo Blahnik, Ralph Lauren, Tod's, and Sigerson Morrison. More >>

  • Gale Gates et al

    37 Main Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • Gallagher's Paper Collectibles

    126 E. 12th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-473-2404 Where do slick books go when they die? To this morgue, which houses stacks of 1920s Vogues, ancient Harper's Bazaars, and mid-century Playboys. Bonus: old issues of Spy. More >>

  • Galleria on Third

    529 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-683-2886 Gallery Hours Monday-Saturday 10am-9pm & Sunday 12pm-7pm More >>

  • Gamestop

    1282 Broadway New York, NY 10001
    212-967-9070 The people who work in Gamestop are so damn nice--knowledgeable, friendly, and surprisingly free of zits--that I'd rather buy a game from them than rent one from the douches at Blockbuster. OK, I trade in games I get for free instead of renting. But you get the idea. More >>

  • Gant

    645 5th Ave. New York, NY 10012
    212-813-9170 This 80-year-old clothes store specializes in squeaky all-American whiteness. More >>

  • Gap

    122 5th Avenue New York, NY 10003

  • The Garage

    The Garage

    112 W. 25th St. New York, NY 10011

  • Gates of Morocco

    8 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-925-2650 Specializing in intricate woodwork and rainbow-colored furnishings, Gates of Morocco carries ornate tiles, lamps, pottery, carpets, silks and velvetsamost from Fez or Marakech. More >>

  • Gavin Brown's Enterprise

    620 Greenwich St. New York, NY 10011
    212-627-5258 Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm More >>

  • Geminola


    41 Perry St. New York, NY 10014
    212-675-1994 For all our doom and gloom, things in the historic West Village aren't completely hopeless. At 41 Perry Street, the eccentric Geminola, with its stock of reconfigured vintage garments, many of which have been monkeyed with by the fearless owner (you won't catch us dunking a Victorian gown into a vat of purple dye) has dreamy fairy-princess clothes and Miss Havisham-worthy (in a good way!) housewares. Though we rather wish the prices on some of the pieces were more congenialatie-dyed beaded sweaters from the 1950s are $195aa vintage undershirt silkscreened with a dancing flapper is only $69, and the incredibly beautiful handpainted satin ballet slippers by La Voleuse are well worth $99. Not sure which lovely item to purchaseaa crimson lace curtain? A persimmon crinoline? More >>

  • General Nitemare

    General Nitemare

    196 Columbia St. Brooklyn, NY 11231

    Barry Jetter, the self-proclaimed "Chrome King," spends his days in the back of his store, General Nitemare, attended by a winsome miniature Doberman pinscher named Tiny, scraping, stripping, and sandblasting school paint off metal furniture that he salvages from Maryland. I can't imagine what Jetter's and his doggie's lungs look like, but their merchandise is fantastic, cheap, and available in the wee hours as you stumble home from Alma's rooftop lounge just across the street. More >>

  • Generation Records

    Generation Records

    210 Thompson St. New York, NY 10012
    212-254-1100 At Generation Records, you can find that elusive Limp Bizkit windbreaker, Earth Crisis tops resembling PETA propaganda, or a tee that reads "COOTER" in lightning letters across the front. The shirt declaring "What's in my heart goes to my grave" references not ladies, but straight edge. The things kids rock on about these days! More >>

  • Gentlemen's Resale

    322 E. 81st St. New York, NY 10028

    A great place for the working man who wants to save some cash (to spend after the nervous breakdown) but still look good (while heas slaving under that white collar). There are suits and shirts galore, with a wide range of accessories. With their 24-hour exchange policy, you can change your mind about the pleated pants. In fact, please do. More >>

  • Georgette Klinger

    501 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-838-3200 This pristine, girly-pink 15,000-square-foot space is an exemplar of old-guard spadom. Trained in Prague and Vienna, Georgette Klingeraone of the first estheticians to use botanical treatmentsaopened her salon on Madison Avenue in 1941. Since then she has expanded her practice (and herb-minded philosophies) to more than 10 locations nationwide. More >>

  • Geraldine

    246 Mott St. New York, NY 10012

    This store's so tiny that the array of designer shoes on display may well make you dizzy. The Pierre Hardy and Veronique Branquinho selections alone might make you swoon. You better pick up some Dramamine. More >>

  • Gerry's

    110 8th Ave. New York, NY 10011

    Hit Gerry's for those trendy-man staples: Paper Denim & Cloth jeans, Ted Baker button-downs, Michael Kors and Ben Sherman. Nothing here is earth-shatteringly hip, which means it might last in your closet more than one season. More >>

  • Gertel's Bake Shoppe

    53 Hester St. New York, NY 10002

    At Gertel's, everything is Kosher for Passover, so if those rum balls strike your fancy, go for it. But the macaroons, available in coconut or almond, are not to be missed. They come pre-packaged (about 20 for $9), but have no fearathey are freshly baked on the premises. In fact, theyare some of New Yorkas best macaroons. They're large, airy and dry outside, and chewy just in the center. The real standout feature is the toasty, crunchy brown exterior. Of course, many people like their macaroons sticky and wet, and if that's you, keep moving. More >>

  • Ghost


    28 Bond St. New York, NY 10012

    I admire consistency, and you've got to hand it to Ghost, the very un-dowdy English label, for sticking to its guns and delivering, season after season, clothes that are unapologetically feminine. After a couple of decades now, the house has decided to diversify, and now offers a denim collection. The last thing we need in this town is another place to buy jeans, though, so skip it, clean up, and treat yourself to a nice, fancy dress. More >>

  • Gianni Versace

    815 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021

    Yuck! I'm all for making a statement, but unless you're packing an AmEx Black Card and can spring on the couture, don't bother with this stuff. Unless you're a hip-hop superstar or a high-class call girl, chances are good that you'll look ridiculous in any of the heavy-handed looks that Donatella and her team have dreamed up, though the stores themselves are two of the most beautiful shops in town. The Versace aesthetic, applied to clothes, leaves me cold, but I swoon over the columns and crests, the silk pillows and lion's heads. Sometimes a dash of that over-the-top luxury is a nice pick-me-up. More >>

  • giggle

    1033 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021

  • Gil Ferrer Salon

    21 E. 74th St. New York, NY 10021
    212-535-3543 Christ. I'm not one to be morally offended by $300 haircuts. But this salon's website says some crap about exploring and understanding your "psychological self" (what the fuck is that?) in relation to your hair. Are you joking? I'll take the haircut (or the thermal reconditioning, or the coloring, or whatever) but leave the metaphysics, thanks. More >>

  • Gimme! Coffee

    495 Lorimer St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-388-7771 Before you waltz up to the counter and rehearse some lame Stabuckas speak, you better recognize that all the espresso drinks are made with three shots here. So your gingerbread soymilk double decaf mocachino is actually going to have six shots in it, pal. Not that you can or should be allowed to get that. You should get a breve. More >>


    153 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-505-7615 There's something wholly irresistible about a blue Afro wigaespecially when it's priced at a bargain-basement 20 bucks. Such nods to the short-lived nature of style are the idea behind, a haven for all things glittery, glitzy, and cheap. There's something under the zebra-print awning for the ironic glamster as well as the CosmoGirl page flipper, though it's hard to tell the difference when both are filling crates with the same lime-colored ostrich-feather bangles, and catfighting over who gets the last pink rhinestone belt. More >>

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