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  • Lucky Brand Jeans

    172 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10010
    917-606-1418 Iam not really sure I understand just what Lucky Brand jeans are, but clearly Iam missing something, because there seem to be plenty of people willing to shell out a pretty penny for them, not to mention tees bearing the brandas name like a badge of honor, and all manner of denim cowboy shirts, jackets, and the rest. There are a few nice pieces here and there, but generally the store feels about as appealing as the Junior Miss floor in a department store in Omaha. Help yourself. More >>

  • Lucky Brand Jeans

    135 Smith Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-488-7071 Like many bars on Smith Street, Vegas is a pleasingly familiar mix of Victorian luxury (old couches, tin ceilings) and tight-jeaned indie men hanging around the jukebox. More >>

  • Lucky Wang

    799 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-353-2850 This chic Asian baby clothing line is sold at hip stores like Sam and Seb in Williamsburg and Calypso Enfent, but if you go straight to the source, you will be able to choose from dozens of colors and style of tiny kimonos, little quilted jackets, and adorable t-shirts with Chinese characters. There are also bags for mom, pillows, and small toys. More >>

  • Lucy La Riot

    635 Lorimer Street Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Luddite


    201 Franklin St. New York, NY 11222

  • Ludlow Guitars

    164 Ludlow St. New York, NY 10002
    212-353-1775 Ludlow describes their selection of used, vintage, and new guitars and amps as "mindblowing." Bit of a bold statement we'd say, but the shop has stuck around the L.E.S. for this long for a reason. They'll customize your electric guitar, and carry a nice range of other pieces too (fuzz boxes, analog effects). More >>

  • Lulu Guinness

    394 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10014
    212-367-2120 Lulu Guinnessas bags are funny in that elusive, oddball way peculiar to the English. The totes (and toilet cases and all the other accessories she produces) seem flimsy and cheap, but clearly thereas a segment of the population that thinks theyare worth every penny; how else could she make the rent on a shop in the West Village? Gallery open Mon-Sat 11am-7pm, Sun noon-6pm. More >>

  • Luscious Food

    Luscious Food

    59 Fifth Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-398-5800 Luscious food, which could sound a tad precious, is comfort food, including Mediterranean, Mexican, Southern American influences. The bright, minimally decorated shop offers a few seats for eaters-in, but does it's biggest business in take-out for those who work in the neighborhood or live nearby and just don't feel like cooking. More >>

  • Lush


    1293 Broadway New York, NY 10001
    212-564-9120 Lush specializes in "handmade" beauty products, which we assume means there's a small soap factory in the back of each shop? Probably not the case, although they do offer some products with organic fruit and vegetable ingredients so fresh that they must actually be refrigerated in-shop. Another selling point are the massive blocks of soap that look like blocks of homemade fudge, which the staff breaks off by the chunk. More >>

  • Lyd

    405 W. 44th St. New York, NY 10036

    This sweet little shop is doing its very best to brighten up the slightly icky Hell's Kitchen by bringing area ladies bright, colorful clothes and accessories. It's a special favorite among midtown wage slaves who need a little retail therapy to lighten their loads but can't take the time to run down to SoHo. More >>

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