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  • L F Stores

    227 Court Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-797-3626

    One-ornament-too-many teen clothes: zipper-crazy hip-huggers, lacy, raggedy skirts, and wild scarves More >>

  • L'Occitane

    1288 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10128
    212-987-8987

    http://www.loccitane.com/a-true-story,29,1,2270,106327.htm Francophiles, rejoice. LaOccitane en Provence takes the sensual delights of the French countryside (lavender, verbena, honey) as the starting point for their comprehensive line of beauty and grooming products. For women, thereas an eau de toilette, for men, an after-shave balm, and for everyone a surprisingly extensive selection of lotions, soaps, sun-screens and toners. If you really want to be transported across the ocean, LaOccitane also sells linen water, sachets and other things to spruce up the home. The whole conceit is a bit silly athe shops are dressed up like a French restaurant in Dallasabut it sure smells good. More >>

  • La Casa Della Bomboniera

    1574 Richmond Rd Staten Island, NY 10304-2301
    718-667-0281

  • La Di Da

    147 Orchard St. New York, NY 10002
    212-529-7984

    Feminine but never meek selection of clothing from young designers. More >>

  • La Maison Du Chocolat

    La Maison Du Chocolat

    1018 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-744-7117

    http://www.lamaisonduchocolat.com You can't beat the knowledgeable clerks in brown tailored shop coats, or the dense dark chocolate, so smooth you might think it's been cooked for weeks. But oh! the price. More >>

  • La Moderna Bakery

    La Moderna Bakery

    279 Broadway Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-388-4486

    The women of La Moderna Bakery will adorn a cake with just about any scene you can imagine. And they definitely don't skimp when it comes to the icing. A friend's miniature beach scene cake, complete with plastic toy sharks and pirates, featured half-inch-tall blue waves of solid icing crashing onto a sandy icing beach covered with sunbathing figurines. Some of their more popular designs include the Dominican Republic flagawith grammatically correct Spanishaand an entire baseball diamond with batter in stance and nine players in the field. More >>

  • La Perla

    803 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10065
    212-570-0050

    http://www.laperla.com La Perla's sexy but still functional lingerie is pricey but indispensable for the well-heeled woman. Thereas something very honeymoon-in-Capri about La Perlaas sweet underwear, but if you have an active fantasy life, or just like to treat yourself, itad be just as great under a suit, on some rainy Tuesday when youare stuck in the office and dreaming of better times. More >>

  • La Perla

    93 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-219-0999

    http://www.laperla.com La Perla's sexy but still functional lingerie is pricey but indispensable for the well-heeled woman. Thereas something very honeymoon-in-Capri about La Perlaas sweet underwear, but if you have an active fantasy life, or just like to treat yourself, itad be just as great under a suit, on some rainy Tuesday when youare stuck in the office and dreaming of better times. More >>

  • La Petite Coquette

    La Petite Coquette

    51 University Place New York, NY 10003
    212-473-2478

    http://www.thelittleflirt.com Iam always surprised by how much most women manage to cram into their underwear drawers. I suppose it makes sense, because womenas unmentionables are so teeny-tiny, but Iam still taken aback by all that lace and silk bursting out of a humble dresser drawer. If you share my obsessive-compulsive wariness of all those gossamer nothings, then by all means avoid this tiny shop, a veritable treasure trove where women of all ages congregate to daydream or scheme. The solicitous sales staff (donat worry boys, theyall be nice to you) and the incredible selection keep them coming back for more. More >>

  • La Petite Princess

    232 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-965-0535

    http://www.nolitajewelry.com/cart/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=80&zenid=4e81fca28d2c9f7d71c2b468fe4ba380 Overlook this jewelry and clothing store's rather cutesy name, take a step in, and you might discover molten enamel rings and cuffs that've gained a loyal following among celebrities and fashion editors alike. The clothingaa hodgepodge of frilly pleated skirts and forgettable stretchy topsatakes a backseat to pieces like the "gold pope ring," their hands-down bestseller. More >>

  • La Plaza Cultural

    Avenue C New York, NY 10009
    888-374-6436

    http://www.nycgovparks.org

  • La Sirena Mexican Folk Art

    La Sirena Mexican Folk Art

    27 E. 3rd St. New York, NY 10003
    212-780-9113

    http://www.lasirenanyc.com Along with hundreds of traditional Mexican artifacts like painted clay dolls, decorated mirrors, and carved wildlife figures, the most stylish and practical bags in this city hang at La Sirena and sell for between $10 and $70. Owner Dina Leor Isaacson travels to Mexico twice a year to buy the handmade bags, some of hard plastic, others a cross of materials called palma plastica (plastic palm), and all in bright colors. There are baskets and handbags in several sizes and stylesathe best of which are the traditional market bags used throughout Mexico. More >>

  • La Taza De Oro

    La Taza De Oro

    96 Eighth Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-243-9946

    This quintessential Puerto Rican lunch counter is one of the few vestiges of a Latin restaurant row that once thrived along Chelsea's Eighth Avenue, incorporating many distinguished Puerto Rican, Cuban, and Cuban-Chinese spots. Best entrees in the weekly rotation are beef short ribs, fish escabeche, and, of course, roast pig. More >>

  • A La Vieille Russie

    781 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-752-1727

    http://www.alvr.com Specializing in old-lady elegance, ALVR carries gem-encrusted antiques, jewelry, art and snuffboxes, many from the czarist era. Their collection of FabergA(c) pieces is one of the largest in the world. More >>

  • Labyrinth Books

    536 W. 112th St. New York, NY 10025
    212-865-1588

    http://www.labyrinthbooks.com A paragon of functionality, with a (cement) ground floor that features well-spaced displays of new books, including theory and translations. Upstairs, a stark, warehouse atmosphere is the trade-off for carrying nearly every book of literary fiction, poetry, and social science you ever wanted. More >>

  • Laces

    252 Mott St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-5457

    The logo, "Laces" in girlish cursive, coveys the concept perfectlyasneakers for the high-maintenance, high fashion girl or young woman. The male version of the sneaker boutique has become a common sight in the last few years in New York. But instead of manly wooden displays, Laces feels like the other bright, classy spots in its neighborhood. Some of the sneakers can be found at Foot Locker (like Air Maxes), and for the same prices, but many cannot. The owner, Louis W. Colon III, is the only person in the city carrying the full line of Creative Recreation sneakers for women. He also has the brains to carry the full range of sizes, even though most women do not wear the largest ones, because it turns out men covet the colors and styles, too. On Mondays and Tuesdays, shopping is by appointment only. Prepared to be pampered. More >>

  • Lacoste

    575 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-750-8115

    http://www.lacoste.com I wonder what fancy WASPsafor whom Lacoste polos are de rigueur for the season in Nantucketathink when they venture into the Madison Avenue flagship and find the place crawling with black teenagers and gay couples. Lacoste is cooler now than perhaps it ever was: Witness Gwyneth's shirtdress in that stupid movie, or the fact that, when he's not shirtless (yum!) Pharrell Williams sports a Lacoste polo. I can't explain the popularity of the flipped-up collar (reminds me of handsome-but-cocky, bad-guy, James Spader types from countless '80s films) but that aside, this is one trend I'd love to see stick around for a while. OTHER LOCATION: 134 Prince St. New York, NY 212-226-5019 More >>

  • Lady Foot Locker

    120 W. 34 New York, NY 10001
    212-629-4626

    http://www.ladyfootlocker.com Though the kinder, gentler Lady Foot Locker isn't drowning in loud logo jerseys and machismo like its male counterpart, it's still a purely functional, plain-looking sort of storeaabout as fun to shop in as high school P.E. class was to attend. Colorful and serviceable sneakers, gym clothing, and a sprinkling of sporting equipment (volleyballs, hand weights, and the like) dominate, most marked at slightly below retail. More >>

  • Lady Foot Locker

    5314 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11220
    718-439-4669

    http://www.ladyfootlocker.com Though the kinder, gentler Lady Foot Locker isn't drowning in loud logo jerseys and machismo like its male counterpart, it's still a purely functional, plain-looking sort of storeaabout as fun to shop in as high school P.E. class was to attend. Colorful and serviceable sneakers, gym clothing, and a sprinkling of sporting equipment (volleyballs, hand weights, and the like) dominate, most marked at slightly below retail. More >>

  • Lady Foot Locker

    5364 Kings Plaza Blvd. Brooklyn, NY 11234
    718-253-9631

    http://www.ladyfootlocker.com Though the kinder, gentler Lady Foot Locker isn't drowning in loud logo jerseys and machismo like its male counterpart, it's still a purely functional, plain-looking sort of storeaabout as fun to shop in as high school P.E. class was to attend. Colorful and serviceable sneakers, gym clothing, and a sprinkling of sporting equipment (volleyballs, hand weights, and the like) dominate, most marked at slightly below retail. More >>

  • Lady Foot Locker

    90-15 Queens Blvd. Flushing, NY 11373
    718-760-3271

    http://www.ladyfootlocker.com Though the kinder, gentler Lady Foot Locker isn't drowning in loud logo jerseys and machismo like its male counterpart, it's still a purely functional, plain-looking sort of storeaabout as fun to shop in as high school P.E. class was to attend. Colorful and serviceable sneakers, gym clothing, and a sprinkling of sporting equipment (volleyballs, hand weights, and the like) dominate, most marked at slightly below retail. More >>

  • Lady Foot Locker

    2655 Richmond Ave. Staten Island, NY 10314
    718-370-0505

    http://www.ladyfootlocker.com Though the kinder, gentler Lady Foot Locker isn't drowning in loud logo jerseys and machismo like its male counterpart, it's still a purely functional, plain-looking sort of storeaabout as fun to shop in as high school P.E. class was to attend. Colorful and serviceable sneakers, gym clothing, and a sprinkling of sporting equipment (volleyballs, hand weights, and the like) dominate, most marked at slightly below retail. More >>

  • Lale

    200 Mott St. New York, NY 10012
    212-941-7641

    Here's a great concept for a boutique: Everything at Laleacool glassware, chic vases, china, and other odds and endsahails from Turkey. There are textiles, too, of course; Lale has a selection of kilims that would brighten any floor (or wall, for that matter). Don't think the whole experiment just results in some faux Ottoman kitsch; this is one of the best little home shops in town. More >>

  • Lancôme

    201 Columbus Ave. New York, NY 10023
    212-362-4858

    In addition to the French company's luxury line of cosmetics and skincare, the store on Columbus offers makeup consultations, brow shaping, and skin analysis, to find the right products for your particular complexion. More >>

  • Lancelotti

    Lancelotti

    66 Ave. A New York, NY 10009
    212-475-6851

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