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  • Aldo

    730 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-832-1692 Aldo specializes in inexpensive, attractive-enough shoes, the perfect thing for your first job or a night out in Jersey City. The womenas shoes are a bit more chic than the menas, which tend to be heavy and clunky. Theyare not particularly well-made, but they get the job done, and you get what you pay for. More >>

  • Ann Taylor

    850 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-308-5333 Ann Taylor is a working womanas dream: attractive, well-made, and conservative clothes that would fly in almost any office in town, plus a healthy selection of shoes, bags, and jewelry. The wares here arenat the most beautiful in the world, but theyare not boxy and boring, either; sometimes you have to prioritize function over fashion, and to that end, Ann Taylor is a nice compromise. More >>

  • Ann Taylor

    645 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-832-9114 Ann Taylor is a working womanas dream: attractive, well-made, and conservative clothes that would fly in almost any office in town, plus a healthy selection of shoes, bags, and jewelry. The wares here arenat the most beautiful in the world, but theyare not boxy and boring, either; sometimes you have to prioritize function over fashion, and to that end, Ann Taylor is a nice compromise. More >>

  • Argosy Book Store

    Argosy Book Store

    116 E. 59th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-753-4455 Elegant and expensive, Argosy invites you to regard books as pure objects. Check out the 16th-and-17th-century collection for Latin breviaries small as piano keys. More >>

  • Armani Exchange

    645 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-980-3037 Label-whores beware: The lycra-blend, logo-mad disasters that this store specializes in bear almost no relationship to the clean, minimal styles one associates with the name Armani. This stuff is almost all for the high-school set, though every now and again, tasteful looks do pop up on the racks. More >>

  • Asprey

    853 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-688-1811 Unrepentant Anglophile? Conspicuous consumer? Youall adore Aspreyas grand old-world feel and yearn for these diamond-encrusted tidbits: watches and cufflinks for the gentleman, rings for the ladyafor the wide-eyed window shopper, a true embarrassment of riches. More >>

  • Bang & Olufsen

    952 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-879-6161 At Bang & Olufsen, TVs look like minimalist paintings, phones are slinky weapons, and the buzzword is acontrol.a Fetishistically sleek, these beautiful but expensive productsaalifestyle solutionsaaare designed to be the centerpiece of the home. More >>

  • Barami Studio

    136 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-980-9333 With seasonal fashion reports like aBanish boring browna or aFemininity is key for fall,a Baramiaa New Yorkabased womenas chainais understated, appropriate, and exceptionally normal. More >>

  • Barnes & Noble

    160 E. 54th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-750-8033 With long hours and no rules against taking temporary possession of books in the store (check the aisles for readers), Barnes & Noble is making the NYPL seem arcane. Staff members may tell you that it takes 10 days to ship booksausually it takes three. More >>

  • Bauman Rare Books

    535 Madison Av @53 St. New York, NY 10022
    212-751-0011 Bauman Rare Booksa dreamy galleriesastacked floor to ceiling with faded leather volumes (15tha20th century editions)aunmoor collectors and shoppers from financial reality. The fact that prices are non-negotiable only adds to the drama: Itas $12,000 for an original Beethoven score; a first edition Jane Eyre costs $46,000. (Other Location: 535 Madison Ave, 212-751-0011.) More >>

  • Bebe

    805 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-588-9060 Don't sneer. Look beyond the leopard print and the faux fur, past the desperate riffs on the trends, and there is actually some wearable stuff here. The clothes are a bit dodgy, but the shoes aren't half bad, and at prices like these, you can wear them until you lose interest and it's still a bargain, even if you lose interest after one time. More >>

  • Birdcamp

    330 E. 53rd St. New York, NY 10022
    212-471-0228 Birdcamp offers avian boarding and grooming and sells adorable baby birds (check their website for pictures). Food, toys, and cages are also available. More >>

  • Bliss 57

    12 W. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    877-862-5477 A caricature of rich New York, Bliss is one of the few spas that can get away with charging $100 for a facial. Waiting for your appointment is just as much an event as the treatment itself. The chairs are suede and supersized and futuristic; attendants serve complimentary champagne and wine. More >>

  • Bloom Flowers Inc.

    541 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-832-8094 One of New Yorkas most acclaimed flower spots, itas in the realm of exclusive shopping, not neighborhood florist. If you are planning your celebrity wedding or your fabulous apartment is going to be photographed for Vanity Fair, you should have some arrangements delivered. STAT! More >>

  • Bloomingdale's Department Store

    1000 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-355-5900 The massive hulk of Bloomingdaleas East Side flagship, bedecked in flags and abuzz with shoppers, is a New York City landmark. Inside, little old ladies who look like theyave never ventured below 14th Street or West of Fifth Avenue rub shoulders with teenage girls seeking prom dresses, newlyweds ponder their registries, and tourists gawk at everyone and everything. The lighting is atrocious and the space induces claustrophobia, but the store offers exactly what a department store ought to: one-stop shopping. More >>

  • Bottega Veneta

    699 fifth ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-371-5511 Italy has a dark side, you know; itas not all sunshine and al fresco dining, as brands like Costume National and Bottega Veneta try so desperately to remind us. The accessories are very chicaoversize sunglasses, slouchy bags made of their signature woven leatherabut I like an Italy with a bit more romance and light. More >>

  • Brio Shop

    134 E. 62nd St. New York, NY 10065

  • Bruno Magli

    677 5th Ave. @53 St. New York, NY 10022
    212-752-7900 Will you ever be able to even hear the name Bruno Magli and not think of O.J. Simpson? Probably not, huh? Well, the Juice has good taste, in shoes, if not in other respects. This is probably the best pair of shoes a man can get, short of having them custom made. For women, Manolo will always be the be-all, end-all, but Magli is not half bad. More >>

  • Bumble and Bumble

    146 E. 56th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-521-6500 I've always thought the name Bumble and Bumble was really adorable, even though it does conjure up less-than-confidence-inspiring images of some stylist bumbling about your head, scissors and razor in hand. They do it all here: cut, color, even make up, and cater to a younger, hipper clientele, albeit one with plenty of cash to spend on upkeep. Cheapskates note: If you qualify as a hair model you might score a free haircut, if, that is, you're willing to trust a student with your precious locks. More >>

  • Burberry

    9 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-407-7100 "Why bother?" you're probably thinking. It's easy enough to score all manner of accessoriesaumbrellas, scarves, hatsawith that tiresome Burberry plaid on Canal Street. True, true, but Burberry's high-end Prorsum collection has yet to be successfully knocked off, and for both women and men, these are some of the coolest threads available. More >>

  • Carl Schaedel

    969 3rd Avenue New York, NY 10022

  • Cartier

    653 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-759-5282 Money can't buy happiness, there's no question, but it can buy the illusion of good breeding and though Cartier sells many little tidbits (rings, scarves, pens), most customers seem to want the tank watches, which say well-heeled as succintly as a sailing-in-Nantucket tan or that weird John Cheever accent. More >>

  • Chanel

    15 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-355-5050 It should just be for grannies, but somehow Chanel is able to consistently inspire an almost frightening devotion among the fashion crowd, young and old. Somehow, almost every woman looks great in those boucle blazers and even low-life publicists with blow-outs and serious Nicorette addictions seem classy when theyare toting those quilted leather bags. More >>

  • Chartwell Booksellers

    55 E. 52nd St. New York, NY 10022
    212-308-0643 Itas difficult to imagine how Chartwell'safocused on books and ephemera related to Winston S. Churchillaremains in business. Open only on weekdays, this self-consciously English-looking shop (a giant hunter-green umbrella mysteriously hangs from the front window) complements its enormous WSC selection with books on automobiles, business, and the navy. More >>

  • Chic Doggie By Corey

    200 E. 61st St. New York, NY 10021
    212-752-9663 Remember all the outrageously fashionable dog outfits from Legally Blonde? A lot of those were designed by Corey Gelman of Chic Doggie. Items available include coats, jewelry, and dog charms. Deck your dog out in these designs and your dog will look as glamorous on Madison Avenue as you do. More >>

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