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  • Shakespeare & Co. Booksellers

    939 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-570-0201 This indie chain is strong in new literary fiction, hard-boiled crime, and play scripts. More >>

  • Shakespeare & Co. Booksellers

    137 E. 23rd St. New York, NY 10010
    212-505-2021 This indie chain is strong in new literary fiction, hard-boiled crime, and play scripts. More >>

  • Shakespeare & Co. Booksellers

    1 Whitehall New York, NY 10004
    212-742-7025 This indie chain is strong in new literary fiction, hard-boiled crime, and play scripts. More >>

  • The Shape of Lies

    127 E.7th St. New York, NY 10009

  • Sharper Image

    50 Rockefeller Place New York, NY 10020
    646-557-0861 With a large array of electronic items to try out (no one cares if you're actually serious about buying the massage chair!), Sharper Image is a good place to go when you want something but havenat yet figured out what it is. More >>

  • Sharper Image

    89 S. New York, NY 10038
    212-693-0477 With a large array of electronic items to try out (no one cares if you're actually serious about buying the massage chair!), Sharper Image is a good place to go when you want something but havenat yet figured out what it is. More >>

  • Shecky's Shop

    489 Broome St. New York, NY 10013
    212-343-0100 The idea of nightlife-guidebook company Sheckyas opening a store sounds so bizarreacomparable to Zagat launching its own restaurant or IMDB rolling out a multiplex. To extend the logic, why not Sheckyas the Bar? But it is Shecky's Shop we have here, cccupying a gorgeous hardwood-floored loft on Broome Street. The look here is much more designers' collective than single boutique, with the loft separated into partitions for each designer's garments, and a sign above each booth stating the designer's name and a description of the line. There are beautiful pieces here: Charmaine Louises' capelets and kimonos hand-crocheted from Mongolian cashmere, Chynawhite & Dannyboy's colorful Italian lambskin blazers with puffed sleeves. But for the most part, Shecky's Shop appears to have opened before it had much real merchandise to sell. There is a whole stall just selling daffy tank tops and tees printed with the tagline, "Love this Life," and nearby, a cropped black hoodie with a garish gold alligator appliquA(c) by designer Jamie Kreitman goes for $136. You could fare better at a craft bazaar. More >>

  • Shelly Steffee

    Shelly Steffee

    34 Gansevoort St. New York, NY 10014
    917-408-0408 Former Anne Klein designer Shelly Steffee excels at creating for the everywoman; her Calvin Klein-esque collections always have a universal appeal, whether tailored jacket or draped dress, all featured with sharp necklines in a range of natural tones. One of those ayou wear the dress, dress doesnat wear youa type of lines. More >>

  • Sherry-Lehmann

    505 Park Ave. New York, NY 10022

  • Shin Choi

    Shin Choi

    250 W. 39th St. New York, NY 10018
    212-921-8223 There's an anonymous beauty to Korean designer Shin Choi's collection for women. These are clothes, simply put, for the woman who dresses more for herself than for other people, for the woman who doesn't care for clothes with so many signature earmarks that they render the wearer into a billboard for a particular brand. Sadly, there's little room for such clothes in this cityawhere the well-heeled want everything, including college educations and home addresses, to scream statusabut Shin Choi still adamantly caters only to the rare customer who is interested in looking good above all else. More >>

  • Shing Hing Trading Corp.

    139 Mott St. New York, NY 10013

    Buying crappy, overpriced vegetables at the supermarket is inexcusable when you live in New York City and could stop buy a vegetable stand like this. There is not a bruised long bean, a crumpled watercress leaf, or an abused finger of ginger in sight. The chive flowers could as well be in a vase, but they are too tasty. In addition, the prices are low and the guys who work there will tell you how to cook potato leaves if youare not yet familiar. More >>

  • Shisha International

    171 W. 4th St. New York, NY 10014

    When it comes to "strictly for tobacco use" smoking accoutrements, upscale Shisha International has the best variety, hands down, including this naked-lady pot pipe that blows smoke out of her ass, and, for the younger set, Simpsons-themed bongs. Better prices are to be had at less respectable Greenwich Village head shops, though, so shop around and be prepared to haggle. More >>

  • Shoe

    197 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10012
    212-925-1735 The odd but stylish Shoe has footwear that might have been made by, and for, a sprite. Though most of these hand-cobbled, pointy-toed offerings are over $200, a pair in bright red that looks like a cross between huaraches and mary janes is $99. More >>

  • Shoe


    247 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10012

  • Shoe Market

    Shoe Market

    160 N. 6th St. New York, NY 11211

  • Shoofly

    42 Hudson St. New York, NY 10013
    212-406-3270 At this expensive childrenas accessory store, everything is tempting and touchable. Hats with boingy balls, or fuzzy-toed shoes, will seem totally necessary once you get inside. More >>

  • Shops at Columbus Circle

    10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019

  • Shops at the Loom

    1087 Flushing Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11237

  • Showplace


    40 W. 25th St. New York, NY 10010
    212-633-6063 It is our shameful secret that our favorite venue at 26th Street is the Showplace, an indoor complex with incredibly high-end merchandise. (Ares Rare, an antique jewelry store late of Madison Avenue, has a mini-shop here.) Still, rarefied as this place may be, it remains a flea: Unlike at expensive shops, here you can look and look and never buy a thing and no one will make you feel like a creep. Downstairs, next to the coffee concession, there's a dealer specializing in rare antique silverwareawe love the circa 1630 Charles I spoonaand most of the stock is in the windows, so you don't even have to go in. More >>

  • Showroom Seven

    263 11th Ave. New York, NY 10001

  • Shubert Alley

    W. 44th & W. 45th St. New York, NY 10036

  • Sigerson Morrison Bags

    28 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-625-1641 Even at roughly $400 a pop, New York ladies are still so enamored of Sigerson Morrisonas flats and boots that the company needed another shop just to focus on their bags. Naturally, the accessories complement the shoes, with saddle bags and clutches in unusual rich metallic green and brilliant sky blue; all are displayed on the wall individually, like little works of art. This is also where to find Belle, Sigerson Morrisonas slightlyaever so slightlyalower-priced shoe line. More >>

  • Sigmund Pretzel Shop

    29 Ave. B New York, NY 10009
    646-410-0333 For most Americans, pretzels bring to mind doughy, over-salted snacks sold at concerts and ballgames. Russian-born pastry chef Lina Kulchinsky (Bouley, Danube) wanted to change that perception when she opened her small, German-style pretzel shop in the East Village. Her pretzels are warm and perfectly chewy, seasoned simply with things like sesame, caraway and poppy seeds. If you're looking for something a little fancier, you can always try the cheddar-coated jalapeno pretzels or the gruyere paprika pretzels. Dipping sauces are free; choose from honey mustard, beet-horseradish mayo, herb goat cheese, nutella and more. During lunch, crowds come in for the sandwiches, split pretzels filled with combinations like roast turkey and gouda, smoked salmon and dill cream cheese, and roast beef with horseradish, along with coffee from Philly-based organic, fair trade roaster La Colombe Torrefaction. The space itself is clean and small, all white walls and tin ceilings, with pretzels stacked behind glass cases.—Keith Wagstaff More >>

  • Simon Pearce

    500 Park Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-421-8801 Simon Pearce is where cool people with great taste go to buy wedding presents for their friends when they just can't bear the thought of buying salad forks from the unimaginative Williams-Sonoma wedding registry. Everything here is so beautiful, you'll hope the ceremony gets called off so you can keep the present for yourself. Greedy bastard. More >>

  • Sir

    360 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-643-6877 Unlike many young designers, whose primary medium seems to be the silk-screened hot pant, this pair is designing and making real clothes (Nicole Rowars) and jewelry (Joanna Baum). Finally: simple, flattering dresses and tops, and pretty, dainty silver and gold drop earrings with semiprecious stones. The clothes are mainly silk charmeuse, chiffon, and slinky jersey knits. Jewelry ranges from about $50 to $150, tops and skirts $80 to $125, and dresses $250 to $375. Youall feel safe purchasing dressier pieces here. Theyare versatile and wonat become outdated. They also carry local designersa jewelry, handbags ($100 to $250), and shoes (around $100). In February, the store will double in size when the partners take over the adjacent space. More >>

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