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  • KCDC Skateshop

    99 N. 10th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-387-9006

    http://www.kcdcskateshop.com Because KCDC has a skate ramp in their shop, stopping for a pair of shoes can turn into a party, especially if the store has professionals in that day, showing off their moves. But donat get too excitedafor liability reasons, the only people who can use their ramp are those 18 and older with a membership in the nonprofit Skatepark Association. The store sells an array of boards and shoes, and occasionally hosts art openings. More >>

  • Keiko

    62 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-6051

    http://www.keikonewyork.com A Keika suit or two (usually one that is missing a strap and/or involves translucent materials) nearly always graces the pages of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. Suits run from $170 a $250. More >>

  • Kelly Christy

    37 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-965-0686

    http://www.kellychristyhats.com A frequent milliner for designer Isaac Mizrahi, Kelly Christy has been whipping up jaunty 1920s-esque cloches, floopy Panama straw hats, and men's fedoras for the past nine years in her Nolita shop. Prices for her whimsical hats range around the $100-$300 mark; for custom, $100-$500. More >>

  • Kenneth Cole

    597 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-965-0283

    http://www.kennethcole.com/home/index.jsp I don't know why Kenneth Cole insists on beating us over the head with his stupid ad campaigns, which consist of glib maxims demonstrating his supposedly passionate liberalism. Remember Benetton? They used the same gambit, and it didn't exactly keep the brand relevant and cool. We don't care if you're pro-choice, Ken; we care about the clothes. All the sloganeering is likely meant to distract us from the reality: The clothes are so-so at best, though some of the women's accessories aren't half bad. More >>

  • Kenneth Cole

    610 5th Ave. New York, NY 10020
    212-373-5800

    http://www.kennethcole.com/home/index.jsp I donat know why Kenneth Cole insists on beating us over the head with his stupid ad campaigns, which consist of glib maxims demonstrating his supposedly passionate liberalism. Remember Benetton? They used the same gambit, and it didn't exactly keep the brand relevant and cool. We donat care if youare pro-choice, Ken; we care about the clothes. All the sloganeering is likely meant to distract us from the reality: The clothes are so-so at best, though some of the womenas accessories arenat half bad. More >>

  • Kenneth Cole

    Grand Central Terminal New York, NY 10017
    212-949-8079

    http://www.kennethcole.com/home/index.jsp I donat know why Kenneth Cole insists on beating us over the head with his stupid ad campaigns, which consist of glib maxims demonstrating his supposedly passionate liberalism. Remember Benetton? They used the same gambit, and it didn't exactly keep the brand relevant and cool. We donat care if youare pro-choice, Ken; we care about the clothes. All the sloganeering is likely meant to distract us from the reality: The clothes are so-so at best, though some of the womenas accessories arenat half bad. More >>

  • Kenneth Cole

    95 5th Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-675-2550

    http://www.kennethcole.com I donat know why Kenneth Cole insists on beating us over the head with his stupid ad campaigns, which consist of glib maxims demonstrating his supposedly passionate liberalism. Remember Benetton? They used the same gambit, and it didn't exactly keep the brand relevant and cool. We donat care if youare pro-choice, Ken; we care about the clothes. All the sloganeering is likely meant to distract us from the reality: The clothes are so-so at best, though some of the womenas accessories arenat half bad. More >>

  • Kenneth Cole

    353 Columbus Ave. New York, NY 10024
    212-873-2061

    http://www.kennethcole.com/home/index.jsp I donat know why Kenneth Cole insists on beating us over the head with his stupid ad campaigns, which consist of glib maxims demonstrating his supposedly passionate liberalism. Remember Benetton? They used the same gambit, and it didn't exactly keep the brand relevant and cool. We donat care if youare pro-choice, Ken; we care about the clothes. All the sloganeering is likely meant to distract us from the reality: The clothes are so-so at best, though some of the womenas accessories arenat half bad. More >>

  • Kenneth Cole

    130 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-688-1670

    http://www.kennethcole.com/home/index.jsp I donat know why Kenneth Cole insists on beating us over the head with his stupid ad campaigns, which consist of glib maxims demonstrating his supposedly passionate liberalism. Remember Benetton? They used the same gambit, and it didn't exactly keep the brand relevant and cool. We donat care if youare pro-choice, Ken; we care about the clothes. All the sloganeering is likely meant to distract us from the reality: The clothes are so-so at best, though some of the womenas accessories arenat half bad. More >>

  • Kentshire Galleries

    37 E. 12th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-673-6644

    http://www.kentshire.com Most furniture pieces have the name of an English queen in the title and are priced somewhere between $5,000 and $50,000. In addition to home supplies, this seven-story gallery sells quintessentially British jewelry, paintings, and carpets, many 300 to 400 years old. More >>

  • Kid O

    123 W. 10th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-366-5436

    http://www.kidonyc.com Perhaps the only design store for children in the city (or anywhere else, for that matter), Kid O is the brainchild of architect Lisa Mahar, a mother looking for more well-designed, educational toys for her son. The result is Kid O, her store which offers mid-twentieth-century children's furniture, educational materials from Montessori, Calder-like mobiles, and more, culled from around the globe. More >>

  • Kidding Around

    60 W. 15th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-645-6337

    http://www.kiddingaroundnyc.com Kidding Around forgoes the mindnumbing toys of our youth for more educational playthings like mini kitchens, starter cameras, animal puppets, and chemistry sets. More >>

  • KidRobot

    118 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-966-6688

    http://www.kidrobot.com The feminist fuss over Barbie is fodder for deliciously creepy doll play at Kid Robot, where science fiction geeks shop for newborn nieces and mA(c)nages A trois simultaneously. Twiggy stands 12 perfectly proportioned inches in a striped spacesuit-cum-mini alongside devilish partner Moon Girl. For coed fun, there's Gas Man Gulf and Navy Seal CQB. For the little'uns, Little Inky Dunny hangs with the Pulp Fiction Overdose Set or begs entry to the Scary Girl Tree House. More >>

  • Kidrobot

    18 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-966-6688

    http://www.kidrobot.com

  • Kids Supply Co., Jr. and Homestore

    1343 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10128
    212-426-1200

    http://www.kidssupplyco.com Both a design studio and a retail store, Kids Supply sells furniture and accessores ranging from extremely cutesy (adevonshire bunk beda or apink rosebud lampa) to necessary and well-priced. For custom requests, there are two designers on staff. More >>

  • Kiehl's

    109 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-677-3171

    http://www.kiehls.com Truly one-stop shopping, Kiehl's has a deferential sales staff eager to help guide you through the sometimes dizzying area of products they dispense here. The productsafrom shaving cream to toner, mud masks to good-enough-to-eat smelling lotionsaare all gentle. Maybe it's just the packaging, but everything Kiehl's sells really seems to possess curative powers. More >>

  • Kiki De Montparnasse

    Kiki De Montparnasse

    79 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-965-8070

    http://www.kikidm.com/shop/home.php

  • Kiki's Pet Spa & Boutique

    239 Dekalb Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11205
    718-857-7272

    http://www.kikispetspa.com I love it when pet "spas" and "boutiques" smell like wet dogaas many invariably do. Kiki's is no exception, but don't hold it against themait's still a cute, little space where you can buy any doggie toy you ever imagined. The Boy George playing in the background ain't bad, either. More >>

  • Kill Devil Hill

    Kill Devil Hill

    170 Franklin St. Brooklyn, NY 11222
    347-534-3088

    http://killdevilhillbrooklyn.blogspot.com

  • Kimono House

    131 Thompson St. New York, NY 10012
    212-505-0232

    This is the only place to buy a kimono, whether you're looking for old or new, men's or women's, cotton or silkaor even flannel. The selection is about 70% vintage, mostly from the 40s, 50s, and 60s. If you're really serious, you can make an appointment to see antiques and rare styles, like wedding kimonos, most of which are housed out of the store, since they are delicate and can't be hung on a rack. But for most of us, the in-house goods will more than suffice. Vintage is in pristine condition and mostly range between $100-200, but can be more. Small pieces of fabric are also for sale ($18 for a bag of six pieces) as well as small household items and flip flops, but obviously, at Kimono House, it's really about one thing. More >>

  • King David Gallery 23

    128 W. 23rd St. New York, NY 10011
    212-727-7184

    http://www.kingdavidgallery.com

  • Kings County Distillery

    63 Flushing Ave. New York, NY 11205

    http://www.kingscountydistillery.com

  • Kinokuniya Bookstore

    Kinokuniya Bookstore

    10 W. 49th St. New York, NY 10020
    212-765-7766

    Japanese expats practice the art of tateyomi, or reading while standing, at this Rockefeller Plaza outpost of the venerable Kinokuniya booksellers. Jockey for space among them, and the occasional trendspotter, to peruse the latest fashion bulletins, from the zany (Cutie, Fruits) to the demure (Non-no, Spring) to the avant-garde (Ryuko Tsushin, So-en). For those put off by foreign text, occasional English buzzwords, such as "funky beach lady" and "gothic futurism," aid the imagination. More >>

  • Kinokuniya Bookstore

    1073 Sixth Ave. New York, NY 10018
    212-869-1700

    http://www.kinokuniya.com

  • Kirna Zabete

    96 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-941-9656

    http://www.kirnazabete.com The selection at this surprisingly commodious boutique runs the gamut from the most recognizable names in the industry to newcomers youave never heard of. Take a chance; if it ended up here, itas got to be good. More >>

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