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  • Miss Sixty

    386 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-334-9772

    http://www.misssixty.com This abrasively trendy store has a simple, but brilliant target audience: emaciated girls. Miss Sixty jeans (the storeas signature product) look best when worn with hostile-looking boots. More >>

  • Missoni

    1009 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-517-9339

    At Missoni, dresses hang well and resemble blankets. Wild patterns, neon swaths of fabric and a surplus of zig zags make thin women look like little girls. More >>

  • Mister Wright Fine Wines

    1593 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10128
    212-722-4564

    http://www.misterwrightfinewines.com

  • Miu Miu

    100 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-5156

    http://www.miumiu.com Miu Miu is a collection of nutty, slightly more affordable clothes from the ever cerebral, ever bizarre Miuccia Prada. Thereas something vaguely autocratic about Prada; one suspects that if she had her way, all teenagers would be dressed head to toe in Miu Miu. Thatas not necessarily such a bad thing. More >>

  • Miu Miu

    11 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-249-9660

    http://www.miumiu.com Miu Miu is a collection of nutty, slightly more affordable clothes from the ever cerebral, ever bizarre Miuccia Prada. Thereas something vaguely autocratic about Prada; one suspects that if she had her way, all teenagers would be dressed head to toe in Miu Miu. Thatas not necessarily such a bad thing. More >>

  • Mixona

    262 Mott St. New York, NY 10012
    646-613-0100

    http://www.mixona.com The spare, modern interior of Mixona is a nice alternative to the pink walls of the average lingerie shop. Here, the treatment is decidedly boutique-y, though the space is fairly large for the neighborhood: the racks highlighting names both famous and unheard of, the louche local girls fingering the wares warily. More >>

  • Molasses Books

    770 Hart St. Brooklyn, NY 11237
    631-882-5188

    http://www.molassesbooks.com

  • Molton Brown

    1098 Third Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-744-6430

    http://www.moltonbrown.com Unabashedly English, unashamedly luxurious, Molton Brown sells very high-end cosmetics: a little something to adorn the face, and a little something to care for it. Molton Brown is certainly a spot for the woman who already has everything, save well-tended skin. More >>

  • Molton Brown

    515 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-755-7194

    http://www.moltonbrown.com Unabashedly English, unashamedly luxurious, Molton Brown sells very high-end cosmetics: a little something to adorn the face, and a little something to care for it. Molton Brown is certainly a spot for the woman who already has everything, save well-tended skin. More >>

  • MoMa Design and Book Store

    11 W. 53rd St. New York, NY 10019
    212-708-9700

    http://www.moma.org

  • MoMA Design Store

    81 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    646-613-1367

    http://www.momastore.org/museum/moma/StoreCatalogDisplay_-1_10001_10451_ For a branch of a behemoth Manhattan institution, the MOMA Design Store does an excellent job of bringing sophisticated design down to Target-level accessibility. The gift ideas come in all sizes and price ranges and include great stuff for the home by Philippe Starck. The best thing about shopping here is knowing that good design doesn't have to have an account-crippling price tag. More >>

  • MoMA Design Store

    44 W. 53rd St. New York, NY 10019
    212-767-1050

    http://www.momastore.org/museum/moma/StoreCatalogDisplay_-1_10001_10451_ For a branch of a behemoth Manhattan institution, the MOMA Design Store does an excellent job of bringing sophisticated design down to Target-level accessibility. The gift ideas come in all sizes and price ranges, from Philippe Starck stools ($165) to aesthetically pleasing pink pacifiers ($6). The best thing about shopping here is knowing that good design doesn't have to have an account-crippling price tag. More >>

  • MoMo Falana

    237 Centre St. New York, NY 10013
    212-979-9595

    http://www.momofalana.com At MoMo FaLana, the sensibility may be raffish but the tariffs are high and the clienteleaBritney Spears, Rob Thomas, and Uma Thurman among themadownright illustrious. This is as glamorous as Avenue A gets, with a slick store that would be at home on Madison Avenue and a stock of dramatic tie-dyed frocks, shirts, and lingerie dresses that exude a Janis Joplin-meets-Jean Harlow air. More >>

  • Mondo Kim's

    124 1st Ave. New York, NY 10009
    212-533-7390

    http://www.mondokims.com Vying with Other Music for the title of hippest Manhattan record store, Kimas traffics in much of the same art-rock, indie, and electronic music fare, with some important differences. On average, the staff tends to be more laconic and standoffish than Other Musicas, so it can be harder to get buying advice. Kimas is larger and slightly cheaper than Other Music, though, and it sells plenty of books and DVDs, too. The sprawling used CD section is definitely worth checking out. Often, you can find the same album in the used section for $8.99 that would cost $15.99 if you picked it up at the opposite end of the store. More >>

  • Monir Attar

    Monir Attar

    22 Fourth Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-875-2204

    You're on your way to BAM Theater for dinner and a movie when bam! It hits you: You forgot to put on perfume. Well, back up, calm down, and head to Monir Attar, which carries over 300 domestic and 200 imported essential body oils and fragrances, from Eternity to Paris. "These oils have been imported from India, Singapore, France, Bangladesh, and Saudi Arabia," says the store's proprietor, Mohamed Jubair Monir. While you're there, pick up some incense, including musk, coconut, honey, or whatever else your nose, or his, desires. More >>

  • Monsac/Echo Handbag Showroom

    381 5th Ave. New York, NY 10016
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  • Montblanc

    118-120 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-680-1300

    http://www.montblanc.com/index.php The universal solution to the donat-know-what-to-give-to-older-person-in-authority dilemma, Montblanc awriting instruments,a while highly losable, bear the mark of a panicked, but deep-pocketed giver. More >>

  • Montblanc

    598 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-223-8888

    http://www.montblanc.com/index.php The universal solution to the donat-know-what-to-give-to-older-person-in-authority dilemma, Montblanc awriting instruments,a while highly losable, bear the mark of a panicked, but deep-pocketed giver. More >>

  • Montmartre

    2212 Broadway New York, NY 10024
    212-875-8430

    http://www.montmartreny.com This quiet little mini-chain offers the usual suspects in girlie, trendy ladies' clothing and accessories, but without the bells and whistles of many of its competitors, making it a great option when you want to browse, but want to be left alone. More >>

  • Montmartre

    1175 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10028
    212-988-8962

    This quiet little mini-chain offers the usual suspects in girlie, trendy ladies' clothing and accessories, but without the bells and whistles of many of its competitors, making it a great option when you want to browse, but want to be left alone. More >>

  • Montmartre

    10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019
    212-823-9821

    http://www.montmartreny.com This quiet little mini-chain offers the usual suspects in girlie, trendy ladies' clothing and accessories, but without the bells and whistles of many of its competitors, making it a great option when you want to browse, but want to be left alone. More >>

  • Montmartre

    2 World Financial Center New York, NY 10281
    212-945-7858

    This quiet little mini-chain offers the usual suspects in girlie, trendy ladies' clothing and accessories, but without the bells and whistles of many of its competitors, making it a great option when you want to browse, but want to be left alone. More >>

  • Moo Shoes

    78 Orchard St. New York, NY 10002
    212-254-6512

    http://www.mooshoes.com Moo Shoes is a vegan animal activist's dream, housing fashion-conscious vegetarian shoes (Mary Jane flats, stilettos, sneakers, and more, $39.99 to $125.99) for men and women. If you're not into getting footwear, M.S. also has T-shirts ($15 to $25), tank tops ($20), and underwear ($7.99) with emblazoned words like "Wear your own damn skin." There's also a slew of chic messenger and clutch bags, purses, and totes ($39.99 to $85), as well as wristbands ($15), videotapes (foie gras, anyone?), stickers, and buttons. Your friend will applaud your thoughtfulness and DoDo the cow will thank you. More >>

  • Mood Indigo

    40 W. 25th St. New York, NY 10010
    212-254-1176

    http://www.moodindigonewyork.com All types of collectors' items from the 1930s to the 1960s can be had at this Soho shop, well-known are its mint-condition stock of vintage barware, dinnerware, 1939 World Fair memorabilia, and Art Deco pieces. More >>

  • Morgan Le Fay

    67 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012
    212-219-7672

    http://www.morganelefay.com Named for the medieval sorceress, the dramatic, often billowing gowns from this designer seem appropriately powerful. Not all the looks are voluminous, but the quintessential Morgan le Fay gown is either dark and brooding with a striking neckline and defined waist, or ethereal and flimsyathough never meek. Either way, all eyes are on you. This is a favorite for brides and bridesmaids. More >>

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