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  • John Masters Hair

    77 Sullivan St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-9590 John Masters's Soho digs looks like an old-school apothecary, but fear not: You'll get some very modern pampering at the hands of his stylists. More >>

  • John Varvatos

    149 Mercer St. New York, NY 10012
    212-965-0700 John Varvatos is just what American men needed: Everything he makes (jeans, suits, shoes, shirts) is cool and unfussy. At a time when stylish men are running around dolled up like little girls, it's a hell of an idea, but one whose time has come: Look chic, but look like a grown up. More >>

  • John Varvatos

    John Varvatos

    315 Bowery St. New York, NY 10003
    212-358-0315 Born in Detroit, high fashion menswear designer John Varvatos claims a deep inspiration based in rock and roll and rock style. Varvatos has employed many rockstars to model his clothes, and was tapped to produce a high-end line of Converse--aka rock's staple sneaker, appreciated for its unadorned simplicity. However, this 315 Bowery location was once home to the legendary underground punk club CBGB's, and many criticized Varvatos for moving his boutique into the space. The piss and drug dust has been scraped off the floor, and racks of luxury goods now line the dark walls, a few of which still feature some tattered fliers. The store also serves as a commemoration to the CB's with some framed guitars and a stage, still set up in the back for "special events," but does Varvatos really have no respect for rock and roll's anti-establishment integrity? For some lifers, the opening of the boutique was the great blow to the Bowery's scrappy, scummy, Bohemian past. Yet, in spite of the backlash, CB's was firstly about the sweat, grit, and energy, so perhaps there is no proper, authentic way to honor the actual space. At least it's not a Starbucks. --Alex Spoto More >>

  • Johnson

    179 Orchard St. New York, NY 10002
    646-602-8668 Kim Johnsonas designs are a trip back to a more graceful time: blouses with bows, airy picnic dresses of printed florals, car coats last seen on Audrey Hepburn in Two for the Road. Thereas also plenty here for the demure French girl: batiste tie dresses and striped halter tops. More >>

  • Johnson Sale Location

    195 Chrystie, 5th Fl New York, NY 10002

  • Jonathan Adler

    47 Greene St. New York, NY 10013
    877-287-1910 It's hard to write about Jonathan Adler and not succumb to the temptation to use words like doyenne or maven, or guru. That's because Adler's backward-glancing, tinged by kitsch but never too twee line of ceramics and pillows has proven so astonishingly popular. Not everyone can afford an interior decorator (if you can, though, Adler does that, too) but most can save up enough cash for an Adler bud vase or throw pillow and therefore achieve some sense of chic. More >>

  • Joon

    107 E. 42nd St. New York, NY 10017
    212-949-1700 These arty Venetian old-men pens, available in gold, silver, or vermeil, run from $30 to $1,000. Apparently, they look like ancient gondolas. More >>

  • Joon

    782 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10065
    212-754-2599 These arty Venetian old-men pens, available in gold, silver, or vermeil, run from $30 to $1,000. Apparently, they look like ancient gondolas. More >>

  • Joon

    725 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-317-8466 These arty Venetian old-men pens, available in gold, silver, or vermeil, run from $30 to $1,000. Apparently, they look like ancient gondolas. More >>

  • Joon

    3 World Financial Center New York, NY 10281
    212-227-0557 These arty Venetian old-men pens, available in gold, silver, or vermeil, run from $30 to $1,000. Apparently, they look like ancient gondolas. More >>

  • Joseph

    816 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021

    It's all about the trousers: Joseph's fit like a second skin, but not in a gross, how-can-you-breathe way. They're trim in all the right places (ie, the seat) to give you a lean, businesslike silhouette that no American line can quite seem to get right. There's other stuff, tooacoats, blazers, tops, and dressesabut you don't order spaghetti at Pizza Hut, now do you? More >>

  • JR Cigar/Midtown Cigar

    301 Rt. 10 East , 07981

  • Judith Leiber

    680 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-223-2999 Already preserved in the Smithsonian, Judith Lieberas exceedingly dainty purses (designed to resemble animals, nature scenes and random vegetables) have adorned the forearms of the past four First Ladies. Encrusted with up to 13,000 individually glued Swarovski crystals, these minute evening bags require tiny waists, as well as an overall heir of entitlement. More >>

  • Jumelle

    148 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Jump

    220 E. 60th St. New York, NY 10021

    Jump is located in an upscale version of a strip mall, which includes an antiques store and a fancy tailor shop. As you enter, a man comes over and says, "Welcome." When you touch a fur cape, the man will appear from nowhere and announce, "Knitted rabbit. Cute." During a recent sale, one Heatherette dress, which came with a tag explaining that the imperfections made it special, was reduced from $385 to about $268. Another came with extra sequins so your maid can repair it after you dance the night away in Mykonos. More >>

  • Jung's Dried Beef

    58 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10013

    Priorities clear, the majority of the space at Jung's is devoted to the business and manufacturing of beef and pork jerky. It's logical, since what's for sale does not take up a great deal of space. There are four options: Sweet beef, spicy beef, sweet pork, and spicy pork. They all cost $17 per pound, so it's best to get them all mixed together. The jerky is sliced thin, slightly sticky, and extremely flavorful. More >>

  • Jungle Design

    Jungle Design

    61 Kent Ave. New York, NY 11211

  • Junior


    386 Flatbush Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-852-5257 It's a landmark, so go there to see it. Go there if you like the famous, gooey cream cheese cheesecake. But once you've been, there's no real reason to go again. The burgers are good-ish, and the rest is sub-par diner fare. The servers are well-meaning but negligent, the setting dingy and slightly sad. Locations other than the original in Brooklyn are actually quite different-cleaner, but then again, not the real thing. Your call. More >>

  • Junk Inc

    Junk Inc

    197 N. 9 St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Just Scandinavian

    161 Houston St. New York, NY 10002
    212-334-2556 A new home furnishings store devoted exclusively to pieces from Denmark, Finland, and Sweden. But despite the strict merchandising, different styles are represented, from a comprehensive collection of designer Josef Frank's fabrics, couches, and lamps, and well as contemporary ceramics and tableware. More >>

  • Justo Botanica

    Justo Botanica

    134 E. 104th St. New York, NY 10029

  • Jutta Neumann

    58 Allen St. New York, NY 10002
    212-982-7048 Jutta Neumann doesn't exactly give her old-world leather goods (sandals for men and women, bags, cuffs, and belts) the high-fashion treatment. Rather, her wares, which have a straightforward and traditional beauty, have been leapt upon by the fashion crowd. Because Neumann's designs are relatively untrendy, and because the appeal is as much in the craftmanship as in the looks, her line has a broad and well-deserved appeal. More >>

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