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  • Yamak

    321 1/2 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10014
    212-807-9100 A small store focusing on the latest accessories trends, like chandelier earrings and lots of metallic leather purses. More >>

  • Yamamoto Yohji

    103 Grand St. New York, NY 10013
    212-966-9066 You wish that you were this cool, and I hate to break it to you, but chances are, you aren't. Located on the very fringes of Soho, like an afterthought, the Yohji Yamamoto store is just sort of there, doing its thing; Yohji doesn't need a lot of high-concept architecture (take that, Miuccia!) to get people interested in his clothes. More >>

  • Yankee Peddler

    70 Merrick Ave. Merrick, NY 11566

  • The Yarn Company

    2274 Broadway 82nd St. New York, NY 10024
    212-787-7878 Colorful but expensive yarn lines the walls of Yarn Co., where the prices can seem to outweigh the selection. The owners have published their latest book, containing knitting patterns for kids and babies. More >>

  • Yarn Connection

    218 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10016

    A cozy store overspilling with yarn, Yarn Connection's staff is patient, and caters to the frustrated beginner as well as the advanced sweater-maker. They carry a wide variety of yarn, including croche yarn, a type often overlooked by other knitting shops. More >>

  • The Yarn Tree

    347 Bedford Ave. New York, NY 11211

  • Yarntopia

    974 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10025

  • Yellow Rat Bastard

    Yellow Rat Bastard

    483 Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-925-4377 Although Yellow Rat Bastard no longer showcases little live rats in its front window (the gimmick repelled more shoppers than it attracted), the store still sells the kind of clothes and accessories that say, aI am not squeamish!a Perfect for teenagers who not only have attitude, but use that word frequently, YRB sells aKiss My Assa belt buckles ($15), zip-up hooded dresses ($92) and neon Converse high-tops, sold in the hard-to-find aGotha style ($38). More >>

  • Yelo Spa

    315 W. 57th St. New York, NY 10019

  • Yoga Anand Ashram

    42 Merrick Road Amityville, NY 11701

  • Yogini

    49 Prince St. New York, NY 10012

    Maybe it was the brochure. In it, the towheaded model who looks like Kiki, the Norwegian sister of your grade-school crush, is dressed in gauzy pink-and-lemon pants and lying on a yellow Naugahyde sofa. Or she's leaning against the stark silver walls of some downtown industrial something-or-other. She's too much, her Yogini outfits too Easter-egg sexpot adorable to believe. Yogini has a night collection too, but really it's the pastel, rock 'n' roll, midriff-baring line that makes you want to strike a pose or wait backstage for a sure-thing pass. More >>

  • Yonah Schimmel's Knishes Bakery

    137 E. Houston St. New York, NY 10002
    212-477-2858 Itas a dense knish, but then, knishes are dense. Anyway, itas the knish since 1910. These days, there are all kinds of new-fangled knishes out there. Well, maybe not out there, but in here. Still, the plain potato and the spinach are really all you need to become incredibly full in about five minutes. More >>

  • Yorkshire Wine & Spirits

    1646 1st Ave. New York, NY 10028
    212-717-5100 Yorkshire Wine & Spirits has been supplying the Upper East Side with budget-priced liquor and wine for more than 25 years. A good choice for Chilean to French to...jug. More >>

  • Yoya

    636 Hudson St. New York, NY 10014

  • Yoyamart

    15 Gansevoort St. New York, NY 10014

  • Yu

    151 Ludlow St. New York, NY 10002

    Eiko Berkowitz, the owner of Yu, collects Japanese labels. The afternoon we meet, Eiko is wearing polka-dot shoes, overalls, and a plaid Amy Downs hat. "When I was growing up in Japan, my mother wore a lot of Yohji, Issey, Commeaand I loved those things," Eiko explains. She came to New York in 1986, largely because she didn't like the social station of women in Japan, and opened Yu in 1997. A friend who worked at Yohji Yamamoto told her that a lot of customers had old Yohji they wanted to unload, and these rejects became Eiko's first stock. Though she has now expanded to include a score of A-list European designers ("Dries, VivienneaI'm very picky"), there are still plenty of Japanese frocks on the rack, including a Comme des GarASSons summer dress which costs about what it did when it was made in the early '90s. Though Gaultier and other designers in search of "inspiration" have swept through, buying with abandon, Eiko's favorite customers are young people: "I like to introduce them to these labels, but in an affordable way." More >>

  • Yumi Kim

    105 Stanton St. New York, NY 10002