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  • Lingerie on Lex

    831 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021

    This is real lingerie. Lingerie on Lex has a huge selection and a huge range in prices, but it's all classic and sexy. From the simplest to the more intricate and ornate, your underthings will not be slutty or babyish if you shop here. They will be the stuff of Mrs. Robinsonathe kind of woman who goes into a "dressing room" and performs an hour's worth of rituals involving powder and perfume and layers, emerging seriously in the mood. More >>

  • Lion Brand Yarn Studio

    Lion Brand Yarn Studio

    34 W. 15th St. New York, NY 10011

  • Little Creatures

    770 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10025
    212-932-8610 There are so many products that can be used in conjunction with dogs, cats, birds, and fish that it would be virtually impossible to stock them allaalong with the pets themselves. Little Creatures doesnat stock everything but they do have an impressive list of pet food, medications, grooming tools, clothing, and breath freshener. They also provide dogs and cats. More >>

  • Little Extras

    676 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10025

    This happily yuppie shop sells a wide array of frilly birth announcements, and also stuffed animals, piggy banks, and puppets. More >>

  • Little Idiot Collective

    231B Eldrige New York, NY 10002

    Moby's latest ventue, the Little Idiot Collective, sells T-shirts designed by illustrators and cartoonists, such as Alex Eben Meyer, James Kochalka, and Youn Lee. The space is named after one of Moby's pet creations, the Little Idiot. More >>

  • Little King Jewelry

    Little King Jewelry

    177 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10013

  • Little King Ltd.

    Little King Ltd.

    177 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10013

  • Little Shop of Crafts

    431 E. 73rd St. New York, NY 10021
    212-717-6636 A frequent spot for acorporate parties,a this kitschy mini-entertainment center is designed for bored people ages two and up. With the dubious philosophy that aevery piece is art!a, the store provides stencils, pencils, pottery, and kilns to spark the creative process. More >>

  • Live Fast

    57 clinton St. New York, NY 10002

  • Lobel's Prime Meats

    1096 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10028
    212-737-1372 Oh my god, your personal chef will be so excited to grill your dry-aged, hand-cut Lobelas steak! Just having contact with such expensive meat will have her all atwitter. Lobelas carries extremely high-quality beef, veal, lamb, and pork. And their prices are about three times as high as most butchers. A dry-aged boneless strip steak is, on average, about $17 per pound. At Lobelas, itas about $48! So, for a really special occasion, or if youare a millionaire, check it out. You can even order online and have it delivered right to your butler. More >>

  • The Lobster Place

    The Lobster Place

    436 W. 16th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-255-5672 A gorgeous shop with abundant, very fresh seafood. They do a large wholesale business, stocking some of New York's best restaurants, as well. Of course, the lobster is a particular focus, and they even sell their own lobster roll to go. You can also buy the lobster salad and make your own. More >>

  • Loehmann's

    101 Seventh Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-352-0856 Patience and perseverance are required, but if you know the designers you like, and learn where they are located, you can be one of those annoying women who is way more stylish than her salary should allow. For example, you could buy a weird gown for the prom, but generally the best finds are more casual like C. Ronson, Theory, Three Dots, Juicy, and Earl Jeans. More >>

  • Logos Books

    1575 York Ave. New York, NY 10028

    Those seeking to put the Christ back in Christmas should visit Logos Book Store, with its sections devoted to saints, spirituality, and "C.S. Lewis & Friends." A slipcased six-volume set of the Narnian novelist's religious writings is $46. Infidels who prefer to remain outside the Judeo-Christian tradition need not go ungifted: Across the room from the Bibles (and the $34.95 leather-bound Urantia book) stand a few cases of choice literary fiction, prominent among them several J.G. Ballard novels and the reprint of Dhalgren, Samuel R. Delany's polymorphously perverse sci-fi epic. What would Jesus do? More >>

  • Lola Y Maria

    175 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002
    646-602-9556 Showcasing young indie designers and unusual vintage pieces, Rivington Street boutique Lola y Maria stocks brands like smaller labels Butter by Nadia and Anja Flint. Thereas also an emphasis on young Latino clothing makers: retro-looking silkscreened baby tees by Nunzio and knit capelets from Hortensia. More >>

  • Lolli by Reincarnation

    85 Stanton St. New York, NY 10002
    212-529-2030 The curiously-named L.E.S. store is known for taking a good thingasoft leather hobo bag, handcrocheted blouse, leather flip-flop sandalaand offering it to customers in an endless variety of colors. Two of the lambskin bags come in well over 40 shades; the store's popular Cat's Cradle leather sandal, which can be laced up in at least 12 different combinations, is available in five colors. More >>

  • London Boutique

    85 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014

    London Boutique specializes in happily antagonistic sex gear like cuffs, butt plugs, and whips. More >>

  • Long Island City

    5-22 46th Ave. Long Island City, NY 11101

  • Long Island City Farmer's Market

    48th Ave. & Vernon Blvd. Long Island City, NY 11101
    212-788-7476 Saturdays from 8 to 3, ppen MayaNovember More >>

  • Long Island Spirits

    2182 Sound Ave. , 11933

  • Long's Wines and Liquors

    7917 Fifth Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11209

  • Longchamp

    655 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10065
    212-223-1500 Slung over the shoulder of a vast mass of ladies on the Upper East Side, Longchamp makes colorful, highly durable fine-grain leather handbags with well-placed pockets and great folding capacity (some can scrunch into a little ball). More >>

  • Lord & Taylor

    424 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10018
    212-391-3344 Pity poor Lord & Taylor. Slightly musty and behind the times, this graceful department store has seen better days. The store boasts a muddled sense of purpose, a result of several attempts at reorganization, none of them particularly successful. There's a comprehensive selection of staples for men and women, a substantial cosmetics department, and display cases where ladies from nearby typing pools once drooled over leather gloves and pearl earrings. The lovely building that houses this store is worth a visit, but it's so quiet you might actually feel guilty if you don't buy something. More >>

  • Lord Willy's

    223 Mott St. New York, NY 10012
    212-680-8888 Short for Lord Wilcox (and there's a Lady Wilcox as well), Lord Willy's, a closet-sized British menswear shop, offers custom suits and button-downs, silk pajamas, cashmere scarves, silk ties, andawe kid you notaready-to-wear shirts with matching boxers. Some of the merchandise is made from fabrics with such a limited run, only 10 or so are made. More >>

  • Los Paisanos

    162 Smith St. New York, NY 11201

  • Lost City Arts

    18 Cooper Square New York, NY 10003
    212-375-0500 The name's kind of a misnomer now, since the haut-modernism that they specialize in is hardly lost at all. It's ubiquitous. Still, this place is a good resource, if you're into that kind of thing. More >>

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