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  • Printed Matter

    195 10th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-925-0325

    http://www.printedmatter.org I like to mosey around Printed Matter in the afternoon, picking up odd little artists' books, glossier hardcovers, and attractive zines, rifling through the audio assortment, and looking at reprinted Fluxus games. This is a nonprofit organization and bookstore dedicated to the book as art form, and specializing in the distribution of artists' publications, books, periodicals, postersaany printed matter. It represents over 3,500 international artists a year and is the largest bookstore of its kind in the world. More >>

  • Project 159

    159 7th Ave. S. New York, NY 10014
    212-929-4959

    Either youare an extremely dedicated follower of fashion and have been scouring the city for labels like Buddhist Punk, Earnest Sewn, Clarendon, Yumi Kim, Cuffz, and C. Label, or youave never heard of any of them. Either way, if youare a girl with any style, you will drool over something at this new West Village boutique. Owner Kim Phan has curated a pleasingly hip but versatile showroom. The persona that emerges from the racks is girly, likes to dance, and drinks mojitos, or perhaps is edgy, likes to curse, and drinks whiskey. Either way, sheas hot. In addition to up-and-coming local and London-imported designers, Phan has mostly vintage shoes (all $45) and boots (all $85). More >>

  • Prospect Wine Shop

    322 7th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-768-1232

    http://www.prospectwine.com Eating organic is just the beginning. The staff at Prospect Wine Shop has an obsessive and extremely well-informed love for organic and biodynamic wines. They delight in visits from curious shoppers, but won't bombard you with too much informationajust enough to take home a great bottle of wine. More >>

  • Prudence Designs

    231 W. 18th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-691-1356

  • Puma

    521 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-334-7861

    http://www.puma.com You know you want a Puma bag, but the question is, which kind to buy: The clutch, the overnighter . . . or the makeup bag? When this two-floor homage opened up, complete with in-house DJ, Puma sneaker and accessory options soared past what you could ever dig up at Canal Jeans or David Z. The people asked, the people received. More >>

  • Puma

    33 Union Square W. New York, NY 10003
    212-206-7761

    http://www.puma.com This hoitier-toitier Puma location in the Meatpacking District focuses on the company's exclusive, higher-end lines like Mihara, Starck, and Mahanuala and Nuala, their yoga collaborations with model/designer Christy Turlington. More >>

  • Puma Black

    421 W. 14th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-206-0109

    http://www.puma.com Sometimes, a sneaker is just a sneaker. Other times, a shop like Puma Black would argue, it's a well-designed work of art. This upscale, arty branch of Puma, positioned not coincidentally in the Meatpacking District, features the company's designer-shoe collaborations with Philippe Starck, Christy Turlington's yoga-fashion team, Yasuhiro Mihara, Shanghai Tang, and more. More >>

  • Puma Social Club

    210 Front St. New York, NY 10038
    212-346-0929

  • Punjabi Grocery & Deli

    114 E. 1st St. New York, NY 10009
    212-533-9048

  • Puppy Paradise

    2082 Flatbush Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11234
    718-258-2342

    http://www.puppyparadise.com The inventor of the mildly successful aPro-Guard Softiea dog muzzle, David Barber has been training, grooming, and thinking of ways to ease the lives of pets (in '88, he invented a patented contraption to stop puppy bleeding) for 50 years. Pet Paradise, the latest installment in his rich career, is a kennel with a nursery, grooming salon, and Muzak-piping limo that delivers animals to their styling appointments. More >>

  • Purdy Girl

    540 La Guardia New York, NY 10012
    646-654-6751

    http://www.purdygirlnyc.com A great store to pick up skirts and dresses, ranging from frilly to poker straight, Purdy Girl caters to working girls who want something nice, but canat afford top prices. But baby, if you got back, donat shop here: The clothes are made for slim hips, not curves. They also sell original, yet basic, day-to-day handbags. And while thereas nothing wrong with feeling purdy, please donat ever say that hick word aloud outside of this store. More >>

  • Purdy Girl

    220 Thompson St. New York, NY 10012
    212-529-8385

    http://www.purdygirlnyc.com A great store to pick up skirts and dresses, ranging from frilly to poker straight, Purdy Girl caters to working girls who want something nice, but canat afford top prices. But baby, if you got back, donat shop here: The clothes are made for slim hips, not curves. They also sell original, yet basic, day-to-day handbags. And while thereas nothing wrong with feeling purdy, please donat ever say that hick word aloud outside of this store. More >>

  • Purple Passion

    Purple Passion

    211 W. 20th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-807-0486

    http://www.purplepassion.com Anyone can put a bunch of miniature yellow plastic clothespins on a willing penis and make the owner of said penis squeal. When you're in the mood for some creative cock-and-ball torture (a/k/a CBT), why not go for broke? Whether you want to spend $10 or $200, Purple Passion has an incredible selection of devious gadgets. More >>

  • Pylones

    842 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-317-9822

    http://www.pylones-usa.com/pylones/indexpylones.php The wacky French design shop Pylones picked Manhattan for its first shops outside of Paris, and since then itas been a classic case of opposites attract. Sullen New Yorkers and embittered tourists alike have taken to the storeas whimsical, hypercheery offerings of rainbow-striped toasters, fish-shaped lighters, and purses fashioned to resemble tea pots. More >>

  • Pylones

    69 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-3244

    http://www.pylones-usa.com/pylones/indexpylones.php The wacky French design shop Pylones picked Manhattan for its first shops outside of Paris, and since then itas been a classic case of opposites attract. Sullen New Yorkers and embittered tourists alike have taken to the storeas whimsical, hypercheery offerings of rainbow-striped toasters, fish-shaped lighters, and purses fashioned to resemble tea pots. More >>

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