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  • J.Crew

    347 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-949-0570

    http://www.jcrew.com/index.jsp The air smells crisp and the leaves are changing colors, a sure sign that itas time to hit J. Crew and buy yet another roll-neck sweater. A chain that has outfitted all of Connecticut and much of the Midwest, J. Crew serves up the basics: plain-front pants, button-down shirts, practical belts and shoes, staid swimsuits, and hordes of striped sweaters. The look is natural and appealing, sometimes borderline boring. More >>

  • John Allan's

    46 E. 46th St. New York, NY 10017
    212-922-0361

    John Allan's promises a areturn to a simpler time, where man had a place he could call his own.a The '50s man dream is beautiful, but puzzling: the signature products here are bilberry astringent, oat bran cream and stingray-skin razors. Additional services to aease the soula: Massages, manicures and highlights. More >>

  • John Barrett Salon

    754 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-872-2700

    http://www.johnbarrett.com

  • Johnson Club Room

    12 E. 42nd St. New York, NY 10017-6901
    646-442-1858

  • Joon

    107 E. 42nd St. New York, NY 10017
    212-949-1700

    http://www.joon.com These arty Venetian old-men pens, available in gold, silver, or vermeil, run from $30 to $1,000. Apparently, they look like ancient gondolas. More >>

  • Kenneth Cole

    Grand Central Terminal New York, NY 10017
    212-949-8079

    http://www.kennethcole.com/home/index.jsp I donat know why Kenneth Cole insists on beating us over the head with his stupid ad campaigns, which consist of glib maxims demonstrating his supposedly passionate liberalism. Remember Benetton? They used the same gambit, and it didn't exactly keep the brand relevant and cool. We donat care if youare pro-choice, Ken; we care about the clothes. All the sloganeering is likely meant to distract us from the reality: The clothes are so-so at best, though some of the womenas accessories arenat half bad. More >>

  • Lia Schorr Institute

    686 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-486-9541

    http://www.liaschorrinstitute.com

  • Michael Salem Boutique

    300 E. 46th St. New York, NY 10017
    212-697-0644

    http://www.michaelsalem.com For both discreet and outrageous crossdressers (the selection is enormous), this drag queen supply store sells butt pads ($30), pussycat costumes ($44) and instructive videos like aHow to Impersonate a Womana ($19). A conveniently posted sizing chart allows men to easily seguee into womenas wear (size 19 heels are in great abundance). More >>

  • Midtown Comics

    Midtown Comics

    459 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-302-8192

    http://www.midtowncomics.com If Big Media wanted your money for 'em, they'd bring 'em out themselves, so enterprising pop scavengers are free to roam Midtown Comics' archives of the never aired (like the thrift-store-costumed live-action Justice League pilot), never screened (the infamous copyright-holding Fantastic Four quickie), and never rebroadcast (Captain Nice, anyone?). Whole Gigantor and Johnny Soccoruns? If you trust the man with the DVD burner, they're yoursaand when it's between superfans, there's honor among thieves. More >>

  • Mimi Maternity

    360 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-697-0482

    http://www.apeainthepod.com/MimiMaternity.asp Displaying a somewhat clinical attitude toward fashion, Mimi Maternity clothes are comfortable, inexpensive, and easy (nine months later) to part with. More >>

  • Minners Designs

    641 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10022-4503
    212-688-7441

    http://www.minners.com

  • Neuhaus

    500 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-644-4490

  • Pier 1 Imports

    461 5th Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-447-1610

    http://www.pier1.com Oh the horror! So much rattan you could model your home on the Miami abode of the Golden Girls. Thanks but no thanks: throw pillows, scented candles, and faux-ethnic tidbits do not a happy home make. More >>

  • Posman Books

    87 E. 42nd St. New York, NY 10017
    212-983-1111

    http://www.posmanbooks.com

  • Psychic Readings by Donna

    821 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-681-6159

  • RCN New York

    757 Third Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-842-7981

  • Reamir & Co

    141 E. 44th St. New York, NY 10017
    212-867-2525

    http://www.reamir.com

  • Ripplu

    Ripplu

    575 5th Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-599-2223

    http://www.ripplu.com When my friend Anna was 16, she bought her first bra (Calvin Kleinasmallest cups of any major brand). For the next several years it was her only bra, despite tireless shopping, because she couldn't find any others that fit. If only she'd known about Ripplu, a Japanese establishment specializing in lingerie for the small-busted. Prices are a bit steep, but when the alternative is a Jockey for Her nylon "bralette," who wouldn't shell out $37 for a dainty silk number trimmed with crimson lace? More >>

  • Sherry-Lehmann

    505 Park Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-838-7500

    http://www.sherry-lehmann.com

  • Sony Corporation of America

    550 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-833-6800

  • Sound Performance USA

    380 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10168
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  • Staples

    535 5th Ave. New York, NY 10017
    646-227-0585

    http://www.staples.com Like its rivals OfficeMax and Office Depot, Staples is a bland, utilitarian, big-box supply store that stocks a bewildering array of reasonably priced merchandise, from scissors to scanners. Tip: They sometimes have ridiculous deals on CD-Rs, so snap up a spindle of 50 or 100 the next time you're there. The furniture section is mostly tacky particle-board-and-veneer modular stuff and ugly 1970s metal filing cabinets, but they do the job if you're in a pinch. More >>

  • Staples

    730 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-867-9486

    http://www.staples.com Like its rivals OfficeMax and Office Depot, Staples is a bland, utilitarian, big-box supply store that stocks a bewildering array of reasonably priced merchandise, from scissors to scanners. Tip: They sometimes have ridiculous deals on CD-Rs, so snap up a spindle of 50 or 100 the next time you're there. The furniture section is mostly tacky particle-board-and-veneer modular stuff and ugly 1970s metal filing cabinets, but they do the job if you're in a pinch. More >>

  • Staples

    205 E. 42 St. New York, NY 10017
    212-697-1591

    http://www.staples.com Like its rivals OfficeMax and Office Depot, Staples is a bland, utilitarian, big-box supply store that stocks a bewildering array of reasonably priced merchandise, from scissors to scanners. Tip: They sometimes have ridiculous deals on CD-Rs, so snap up a spindle of 50 or 100 the next time you're there. The furniture section is mostly tacky particle-board-and-veneer modular stuff and ugly 1970s metal filing cabinets, but they do the job if you're in a pinch. More >>

  • Tumi

    Grand Central Terminal New York, NY 10017
    212-973-0015

    http://www.tumi.com Anyone whoas ever waited by the carousel at any airport in the world is familiar with Tumias perfectly designed luggage. Itas a bit of a bummer that so much of it is basic black (try finding your special dark Tumi suitcase amid the crowd sometime) but other than that, one really canat complain. The collection includes every conceivable shape of luggage, from garment bag to laptop case. More >>

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