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  • M & I International Foods

    M & I International Foods

    249 Brighton Beach Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11235
    718-615-1011

  • M Sonii

    M Sonii

    220 E. 9th St. Staten Island, NY 10314
    212-253-6464

    If you skimmed the boutiques of Nolita for the choicest knickknacks, cut the prices in half, and added a pinch of exotic flavor, what you'd get is M Sonii, an Aladdin's cave of one-of-a-kind treasures handcrafted by local designers. Materials from Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines end up as raw-silk satchels embroidered with beads or '50s-style rickrack-edged handbags. Delicate beaded and fringed purses are fit for a modern-day flapper, diamantA(c) hair combs for a night on the town. Jewelry (the venetian-glass bracelets took my fancy), hats and scarves, and a limited but stylish bit of clothing round out the picture. More >>

  • M Space

    548 Driggs Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-486-2825

    Odds are this curious but well-curated yard-sale of a design store in Williamsburg is the only boutique trying to make a buck on decadesaold New Mexico road maps, geography jigsaw puzzles, and change-purses fashioned from laminated yen notes. Despite an apparent identity crisis, M Space has stayed consistent by focusing on Brooklyn paraphernalia for robustly proud residents and wannabes (such as L- and G-train shirts), and extending from there into Americana terrain. Perhaps the most ingenious specimens of the map/decor genetic splice are the homemade coffee tables; although the tabletops are just state or New York City borough maps mounted to wooden planks, cut down to silhouettes and covered with Plexiglass, the spectacky-ular charm of a neon-green New Jersey knows no bounds. More >>

  • M&J Trimming

    M&J Trimming

    1008 Ave. of the Americas New York, NY 10018
    212-391-6200

    http://www.mjtrim.com

  • MAC Cosmetics

    152 Montague St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-596-1994

    http://www.maccosmetics.com Professionals and amateurs alike swear by M.A.C, an expansive line that includes everything any woman (or any drag queen worth her salt) could require to keep up appearances. The no-nonsense black packaging is telling: They're serious about makeup here. More >>

  • MAC Pro

    7 W. 22nd St. New York, NY 10010
    212-229-4830

    http://www.maccosmetics.com Professionals and amateurs alike swear by M.A.C, an expansive line that includes everything any woman (or any drag queen worth her salt) could require to keep up appearances. The no-nonsense black packaging is telling: They're serious about makeup here. More >>

  • MAC Cosmetics

    113 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-4641

    http://www.maccosmetics.com Professionals and amateurs alike swear by M.A.C, an expansive line that includes everything any woman (or any drag queen worth her salt) could require to keep up appearances. The no-nonsense black packaging is telling: They're serious about makeup here. More >>

  • M.A.C

    202 W. 125th St. New York, NY 10027
    212-665-0676

    http://www.maccosmetics.com Professionals and amateurs alike swear by M.A.C, an expansive line that includes everything any woman (or any drag queen worth her salt) could require to keep up appearances. The no-nonsense black packaging is telling: They're serious about makeup here. More >>

  • Macy's

    151 W. 34th St. New York, NY 10001
    914-243-3300

    http://www.macys.com

  • Mafalda

    Mafalda

    360 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    347-987-3470

    http://www.mafalda-ny.com

  • Maiden Brooklyn

    252 Grand St. Brooklyn, NY 11222
    718-384-1967

    http://www.maidenbrooklyn.com Maiden Brooklyn is a shop/gallery showcasing the fashions of several artists, with a few studios located in back. It's the brainchild of artist Radek Szczesny, whose own soccer tees and furniture is for sale as well. More >>

  • Main Drag

    170 N. 5th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-388-6365

    http://www.maindragmusic.com Main Drag started out in a cramped Williamsburg basement but grew into a warehouse space with room to crank the rawk up to 11 (ahh..the joke that never gets old), and a more expansive room to showcase their used and new music equipment. The shop that does it all (buy, sell, trade, repair on keyboards, guitars, amps, etc.) has seen every single dude who's ever picked up a guitar in Williamsburg. Which means, it's the ideal place to pocket a stylishly impoverished rocker selling off his prize Les Paul for rent. Never a pretty picture. More >>

  • Main Drag Music

    Main Drag Music

    330 Wythe Ave. New York, NY 11211
    718-388-6365

    http://www.maindragmusic.com

  • Main Squeeze

    Main Squeeze

    19 Essex St. New York, NY 10002
    212-614-3109

    http://www.mainsqueeze-nyc.com

  • Main Street Ephemera

    205 Columbia St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-858-6541

    http://mainstreetephemera.homestead.com Stocked with B-movie posters, vintage costume jewelry, and 1950s bathroom reading material (paperbacks like Girls on the Loose and Plan 9 from Outer Space), Main Street Phemera is, as the owner put it, "the place where the historical meets the hysterical." More >>

  • Maison Martin Margiela

    803 Greenwich St. New York, NY 10014
    212-989-7612

    http://www.maisonmartinmargiela.com Belgian deconstructionist designer Martin Margiela chooses the West Village as the site of his first U.S. store. The shabby-chic shop looks not unlike like a makeshift art studio, filled with black-and-white photos on the walls and shoes showcased on wooden planks. More >>

  • MakeUpMania

    182 Allen St. New York, NY 10002
    212-533-5900

    http://www.makeupmania.com I can't imagine a better barometer of the changing nature of the Lower East Side than the presence of this independent superstore, which stocks all manner of things to keep you looking your very best. For aspiring professionals, they also offer classes. More >>

  • Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market

    52 W. 116th St. New York, NY 10026
    212-987-8131

    Run mostly by Senegalese merchants, Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market has grown over the years and moved, but not far. New Yorkers flock there for decorative wood carvings, jewelry, art, clothing, and more. Open 10-7 every day. More >>

  • Maleeka

    327 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-596-0991

    http://www.maleeka.com Shopping at Maleeka is like raiding your Indian princess roommateas closet (except itas not free and you donat have one a princesses donat need shares). Instead of looking like a frumpy hippy, these South Asian imports from will transform you into a rich belly dancer. The boutique carries a balanced assortment of clothing (colorful raw silk skirts for $187), slippers ($69), hand-made quilts from southern Pakistan ($285), jewelry, and purses a with a good showing of metallic leather, sequins, and general ornateness (of the royal, not tacky variety). Earrings and purses are the standouts here, and both range widely in price. Among many beautiful dangly earrings, they have handmade melted glass studs from southern Pakistan. These are unusual, extremely shiny, and all around $40. More >>

  • Malia Mills

    Malia Mills

    199 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10012
    212-625-2311

    http://www.maliamills.com Kudos to Malia Mills for deciding to do one thing, and do it well; she's succeeded, and her swimwear has attracted a global fan base. If I ever actually saw someone wearing one of Millsas familiar wedding suits (theyave got aJust Marrieda printed on the bottoms) Iad probably gag, but with the exception of that particular style, thereas much to admire in Millsas love-your-body aesthetic. More >>

  • Malo

    814 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-396-4721

    One of the biggest names in cashmere manufacturing, Malo has been a symbol of luxury since 1972. Do all Italians lounge around in a cashmere tracksuit? More >>

  • Mandolin Brothers

    Mandolin Brothers

    629 Forest Ave. Staten Island, NY 10310
    718-981-8585

    http://www.mandoweb.com When Joni Mitchell wrote, "I went to Staten Island, Sharon, and bought myself a mandolin," she documented the pilgrimage to Mandolin Brothers made by thousands. For almost 25 years, they've occupied the same squatty building stocked with acoustic goodies. Get comfy with a plunky, open-back banjoano Deliverance jokes, pleaseaor a 1965 longneck Pete Seeger model by Vega. House rules allow you to play any instrument you like, as long as you'd likeaeven on "Stairway to Heaven." More >>

  • Manhattan Bicycles Inc.

    791 9th Ave. New York, NY 10019
    212-262-0111

  • Manhattan Fruit MArket

    75 9th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-989-2444

    http://www.chelseamarket.com

  • Manhattan Fruitier

    105 E. 29th St. New York, NY 10010
    212-686-0404

    http://www.manhattanfruitier.com What could be more romantic than fruit, flowers, and chocolate, all mixed together? With a five pound afruit hamper with chocolates and six rosesa ($70) from Manhattan Fruitier, you are sure to score: First, wow her with the sight of a basket overflowing with all the elements of a tampon commercial, then you can paint still lives together, and then you can feed each other pears and chocolates! More >>

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