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  • Stephen Weiss Studio

    711 Greenwich St. New York, NY 10014-2542
    212-604-0487

  • Steve Madden

    2655 Richmond Ave. Staten Island, NY 10314
    718-494-6459

    http://www.stevemadden.com For several years now, Steve Madden has been mired in the '90s (and also the 12a17 age bracket). If nothing else, these clunky, plastic shoes will give you an extra couple of inches. More >>

  • Steve Madden

    540 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-343-1800

    http://www.stevemadden.com For several years now, Steve Madden has been mired in the '90s (and also the 12a17 age bracket). If nothing else, these clunky, plastic shoes will give you an extra couple of inches. More >>

  • Steve Madden

    150 E. 86th St. New York, NY 10028
    212-426-0538

    http://www.stevemadden.com For several years now, Steve Madden has been mired in the '90s (and also the 12a17 age bracket). If nothing else, these clunky, plastic shoes will give you an extra couple of inches. More >>

  • Steve Madden

    41 W. 34th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-736-3283

    http://www.stevemadden.com For several years now, Steve Madden has been mired in the '90s (and also the 12a17 age bracket). If nothing else, these clunky, plastic shoes will give you an extra couple of inches. More >>

  • Steven Alan

    Steven Alan

    103 Franklin St. New York, NY 10013
    212-343-0692

    http://www.stevenalan.com/home.php God bless Steven Alan. This lovely Tribeca shop is without question the best coed boutique in the city. The woman who fears fashion can trust Alan's taste; nothing here is too over the top, but none of it is boring, either. The jewelry and accessories are chosen with the same care as the clothing, and you could buy your entire wardrobe here and it would look effortless and natural. Men who care about clothes will be delighted; the menswear is masculine without being boring, chic without being absurd, and the stock includes Alan's own line of perfect button down shirts. There are also beauty and grooming supplies, some CDs, and a handful of funny little things for the home, and all of it really is cool. More >>

  • Steven Alan

    465 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10024
    212-595-8451

    http://www.stevenalan.com/home.php God bless Steven Alan. This lovely Tribeca shop is without question the best coed boutique in the cityaand it now has a home on the Upper West Side as well. The woman who fears fashion can trust Alan's taste; nothing here is too over the top, but none of it is boring, either. The jewelry and accessories are chosen with the same care as the clothing, and you could buy your entire wardrobe here and it would look effortless and natural. Men who care about clothes will be delighted; the menswear is masculine without being boring, chic without being absurd, and the stock includes Alan's own line of perfect button down shirts. There are also beauty and grooming supplies, some CDs, and a handful of funny little things for the home, and all of it really is cool. More >>

  • Steven Sclaroff

    44 White St. New York, NY 10013
    212-691-7814

  • Stick, Stone & Bone

    111 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014
    212-807-7024

    http://www.stickstoneandbone.com

  • Stiles Farmers Market

    352 W. 52nd St. New York, NY 10019
    212-582-3088

  • Stinky Bkln

    107 W. 20th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-243-2873

  • Stinky Brooklyn

    Stinky Brooklyn

    261 Smith St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-522-7425

    http://www.stinkybklyn.com

  • Story

    Story

    144 10th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-242-4853

    http://www.thisisstory.com

  • Straight from the Crate

    1114 1st Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-838-8486

    http://www.straightfromthecrate.com This New York chain sells bare, regular furnitureagood for dorms and first apartments. More >>

  • Strand Book Store

    Strand Book Store

    828 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-473-1452

    http://www.strandbooks.com/home In 1927 the Strand first opened its doors. It moved to 12th and Broadway over 25 years later, and there it has remained. The store is a true maze, with books strewn here and there and some sections impossible to find. There is almost no reason to even shop here. Absorbing the ambience is like understanding how a New Yorker lives. But buying things is always nice. More >>

  • Street Level

    Ave. A & Houston St. New York, NY 10009
    212-388-0560

  • Streit

    Streit's Matzo Co

    148-154 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002
    212-475-7000

    http://www.streitsmatzos.com Since 1925, the Streits family has been baking and selling their beloved matzoh in this location. When Passover rolls around, they have a plethora of special treats in addition to their year-round kosher goods. But go for the matzoh, which you can see coming off a conveyer belt. They even sell cute t-shirts. More >>

  • Strut of NY

    2 W. 14th St. New York, NY 10011

  • Stuart & Wright

    Stuart & Wright

    85 Lafayette Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-797-0011

  • Stuart Weitzman

    10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019
    212-823-9560

    http://www.stuartweitzman.com Shoe designer Stuart Weitzman specializes in bejeweled, glittering stilettos for weddings, evening galas and red carpet events, for those of us with $200-plus to spare. Other location: 625 Madison Ave. near 59th St. 212-750-2555 More >>

  • Stussy

    176 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-8493

    http://www.stussy.com Simultaneously making kids look like they hate the world and have tons of friends, Stussy's definitively cool skateboarder/surfer clothes are a fixture in suburban middle schools (whether or not they're near a beach). More >>

  • Stuyvesant Square Thrift Shop

    Stuyvesant Square Thrift Shop

    1704 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10128
    212-831-1830

    Nothing to wear to the ball? Think of all the Upper East Side socialitesawho wouldn't be caught dead in the same Dior twiceaas your collective fairy godmothers. Although Stuyvesant Square's generous donors are more chic than most, it's still a thrift shop (i.e., hit or miss), so plan ahead. If you hit, you'll end up with anything from a tasteful bridesmaid's dress to a designer creation, often for under $20. More >>

  • Stylish Shoe

    19 W. 8th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-533-5909

    Perhaps not the cheapest cowboy boots on offer here, but definitely the widest selection in town. Choose from Justin, Tony Lama, Dan's, and more. Stylish Shoe goes beyond the basic black and brown and delivers "exotic skins" to the West Village. A store so fine deserves a better moniker, though. More >>

  • Sugarhead Quarters

    174 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002
    212-228-3248

    http://www.sugarheadquarters.com This place takes skater fashion to the next level, with plenty of options for the girls. Also a good place for unique gifts under $50. More >>

  • Sullivan Street Bakery

    Sullivan Street Bakery

    533 W. 47th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-265-5580

    http://www.sullivanstreetbakery.com Just looking at the apornographya section of their websiteaagratuitouslya large close-up shots of their bread, pizzas, and sweetsayou run the risk of drooling over your keyboard. But simply lusting after pictures of the perfectly formed air bubbles inside the pane integrale is nothing compared to a visit to the shop, where you will see, smell, and taste many top chefsa favorites for their tables. (Many gourmet stores carry their products as well.) The typical Italian artisanal loaves have thick, robust crusts and chewy or airy insides, like the pane Pugliese. More >>

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