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  • Marshalls

    105 W. 125th St. New York, NY 10027

  • Marshalls Inc

    96-05 Queens Blvd. New York, NY 11374

  • Martin Viette

    6050 Northern Blvd. East Norwich, NY 11732

  • Marty Appell PR

    147 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012-1436

  • Mason's Tennis Mart

    56 E. 53rd St. New York, NY 10022
    212-755-5805 One of the oldest (and most expensive) tennis shops in the city, Masonas sells racquets, warm-ups and exceedingly girly outfits, which could be worn, without too much confusion, to any variety of Upper East Side social functions. The blonder/whiter you are, the more at home youall feel at the store. More >>

  • MAssha

    516 5th Ave. New York, NY 10036
    212-596-4012 Founded with the philosophy that cosmetics don't have to cost a week's rent to be of excellent quality, the Korean export MAssha cuts out the middleman and sells its own line of cosmetics and skin-care products at prices equivalent to or less than drugstore brands. Welcome to the $5 facial cleanser, the under-$6 foundation. Over five hundred of the products MAssha actually offers, from lipstick to cleansing masks to nail polish, cost less than $5.--ZAPPIA OTHER LOCATIONS: MAssha Soho 513 Broadway 212-334-5630 MAssha Queens Center 90-15 Queens Blvd #1082 718-271-6268 More >>

  • Massimo Bizzocchi

    433 W. 14th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-675-4055 The president of Kiton Corporation and the owner of more than 600 dress shirts, Massimo Bizzocchi sells custom-made micro wool suits (from $1,500 to $40,000), Silvano Lattanzi leather shoes, Gallotti leather outwear and knitwear by Avon Celli. More >>

  • Matt Umanov Guitars

    Matt Umanov Guitars

    273 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10014
    212-675-2157 This warmly personal and lovingly curated shop is a "fuck you!" in the face of bland, faceless gear retailers like Guitar Center. In addition to a solid lineup of new and vintage axes, amps, and effects pedals, the store's seasoned experts do high-quality instrument repairs. More >>

  • Matta New York Ltd

    241 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-9399 The Indian cotton and silk tunics, shawls, dresses, and bags are traditional but many of the cuts are slightly updated for a closer fit. The look ranges from world traveler to Boho hipster. For the home, there are beautiful blankets and pillows. More >>

  • Matter

    227 Fifth Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-230-1150 So many shops have opened on Park Slope's Fifth Avenue in recent years that, statistically speaking, it was only a matter of time before a cool one came to this part of town. Now, here it is: excellent furniture and a healthy smattering of little thingsayou know, vases, plates, and pillows, the usual suspectsathat you'd be proud to take home with you. More >>

  • Matthew Marks

    523 W. 24th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-243-0200 Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm More >>

  • Mauzone Home Kosher Products

    72-30 Main St. New York, NY 11367

  • Mavi Jeans

    832 Broadway New York, NY 10003

  • Maxilla & Mandible

    451 Columbus Ave. New York, NY 10024
    212-724-6173 The adult equivalent of that beloved childhood drawer of atreasuresa (i.e. rocks, seashells), Maxilla & Mandible is a closet-sized gallery of organic curiosities like wildebeest skulls and fossilized trilobites. Lugging an 80,000-year-old cave bear skeleton ($14,000) home is probably not worth dreaming about, but goodies like snake vertebrae ($10), aborigine amystical stonesa ($10) and framed dried butterflies ($160) are not only packagable, but cheap. Doesnat $5 for a adinosaur fragmenta sound like a sort of amazing deal? More >>


    426 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-431-8995 Unlike so many designers who donat know when to stop, loading each garment with too much excitementsafrills! zippers! kooky pockets!aowner Leon Max shows great restraint, makes flattering, unimposing clothes in a quiet range of yellows, browns and creams. Some signature items: slim-fitting wool pants, gauzy, see-through sweaters, and slinky button-ups. Prices run relatively high, but there's always a good sale rack. More >>

  • McNally Jackson

    McNally Jackson

    52 Prince St. New York, NY 10012

  • McNally Jackston Store

    234 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10012

  • McSweeney's Store

    429 7th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

  • Me&Ro

    241 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    917-237-9215 Hot Indochine waitresses made good, Michelle Quan and Robin Renzi are rolling it in with this line of delicate little Zen-minimal earrings, necklaces, and bracelets. They've got a strong following among Hollywood celebs and others who crave organic yet refined, ethnic-yet-atastefula jewelry, inscribed in Sanskrit and Chinese characters, of course. Smashing with those red string bracelets, dude. More >>

  • The Meat Hook

    100 Frost St. New York, NY 11211

  • Mediterranean Foods

    30-12 34th St. Long Island City, NY 11103

    A Greek grocery store with all the basics, like sesame seed and honey candies, Kalamata olive oil, tahini, and Greek yogurt, all at very low prices. More >>

  • Meeker Avenue Flea Market

    391 Leonard St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Meg

    312 E. Ninth St. New York, NY 10003
    212-260-6329 Calgary native Meghan Kinney worked under the tutelage of Randolph Duke before branching out into her own boutique over a decade ago. With a focus on classic, well-tailored pieces for the East Village denizen who still has to make her buck in midtown, Kinney designs office-appropriate gear youad actually wear on the weekend too. More >>

  • The Melting Pot

    The Melting Pot

    492 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-596-6849 This store is named after an outdated vision of ethnic equality, it's named after hot wax! Almost everything inside has been batiked with stars, hearts, dinosaurs, or clouds. the T-shirts, leggings, sweatshirts, baseball caps, onesies, bags, and more are all 100% preshrunk cotton. It's a great place to get durable clothes for babies and kids to play in and love, and there's stuff for grown-ups too. More >>

  • Memes


    3 Great Jones St. New York, NY 10012
    212-420-9955 The owner of this shop clearly likes Adidas. Just a little. Weave never seen so much crammed into a store with so little shelf space. Pharrellas Ice Cream sneakers take center stage too, encased behind glass in the coffee table in back. High-design streetwear from up-and-coming labels like dRealm and Red Toenails is also the name of the game here; prepare yourself for many reinterpretations of the basic sweatshirt hoodie and baggy blue jeans. More >>

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