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  • The Chinese Porcelain Company

    475 Park Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-838-7744 The inventory of this pristine gallery includes porcelain, sculptures and art from the Ming Dynasty into the 19th Century. More >>

  • Chloe

    880 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-717-8220 Personally, I never thought those Stella McCartney pineapple tees were so much to rave over, and her own line sort of speaks for itself. Chloe remains cool despite the boldfaced nameras departure (though to my mind, Phoebe Philo is not just a better designer but actually a more impressive name). Itas as French as, um, you know, something quintessentially French, but even the sloppiest American chick would look chic in some of Phoebeas funny little clothes. More >>

  • Choices Bookshop

    220 E. 78th St. New York, NY 10021
    212-794-3858 This 17-year-old love-thy-self bookstore carries spiritual and self-help guides. A small assortment of arecovery giftsaaAA jewelry and pocketsize angelsahelps keep spirits sufficiently high/delirious. More >>

  • Christian Louboutin

    941 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-396-1884 Well-heeled women who take that particular designation literally pick up kicks (or stilettos) at this gentleman's Upper East Side boutique. The treatment is as lavish as the shoes themselves. More >>

  • Chuckies

    1073 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10065

    Sexy, expensive, often colorful (and often painful) shoes. Think Sarah Jessica Parker on "Sex and the City". More >>

  • Come Again Adult Emporium

    353 E. 53rd St. New York, NY 10022

  • Cozy's Cuts for Kids

    1416 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-585-2699 I was going to write something really nasty here, about how this salon belongs uptown, where the parents are going to fuck up their kids anyway, so they might as well get them started on a complex about their looks as soon as possible. But I just can't do it. I remember the indignity of the bowl cut my mother inflicted on me. Leave it in the hands of a professional, please. More >>

  • Crabtree & Evelyn

    520 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-758-6419 This mall favorite sells a little bit of everything: perfumed soap and fancy kitchen supplies, lingerie-drawer sachets and floral printed bathrobes. The merch seems a bit fussy, a suburban lady's idea of chintzy English style, but if you're desperate for a last-minute mother's day present, you could do a lot worse. More >>

  • Crate and Barrel

    650 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-308-0011 Crate & Barrel is, by a considerable margin, the best of the big-name home retail chains. The barware and tabletop pieces are a highlight: inexpensive and tasteful; even if you could afford to pay more you won't want to. The furniture is mostly attractive, and durable, too, which is key when investing in the stuff you're going to be living with for years to come. More >>

  • Dana Buchman

    65 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-319-3257 Dana Buchman's clothes might not look like much at first, but her carefully crafted sportswear is a boon to the more conservative woman who's still interested in looking great. More popular among older women, but certainly not fusty or dowdy, Buchman caters to a segment of the population that's often overlooked (tweens really do rule, don't they?) and she's earned a much-deserved loyal following as a result. More >>

  • Diesel

    770 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-308-0055 I watch a lot of the WB (you have something to say?) and I've noted, with some dismay, that many of the characters on this network's fine programs wear clothes from Diesel. I didn't know Diesel had an outpost in Everwood, Colorado, but I guess even mountain men deserve jeans so tight they threaten fertility and shirts and jackets so ugly they almost transcend the binary of attractive-unattractive altogether, served up by the most hostile pretty-boy staff in town. More >>

  • DKNY

    655 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-223-3569 DKNY has emerged from its difficult adolescence (all those logos!) nicely, and now offers perfectly serviceable, reasonably priced menas and womenas wear. The clothes might lack the masteras touch thatas evident in the signature collection, but you could do a lot worse. More >>

  • Dooney & Bourke

    20 E. 60th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-223-7444 They try, but often Dooney & Bourke's line of leather bags ends up looking like Louis Vuitton's homely sister. Avoid the "trendy" stuff, though, and the collectionasensible bags for women, handsome wallets for men, bound journals and leather envelopes for anyoneais attractive, if conservative, and priced well for goods of such high quality. More >>

  • Doris Leslie Blau

    595 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-752-0222 If you have the cash to pick up a little something here (contemporary, hand-woven rugs, antique mirrored sconces from the '30s) then you also have the cash to hire a decorator, and chances are it'll be your decorator and not you who picks out the pieces that will anchor your sunroom when the renovation is complete. You'll probably be holed up in your Sag Harbor place until construction wraps, won't you? More >>

  • Dylan's Candy Bar

    1011 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-735-0078 Dylanas Candy Bar is the Bloomingdaleas version of a sweet shop. Owned by Ralph Lauren's daughter, this 5,500-foot museum-like space has $4,000 Pez dispensers, tables made out of gum, and lollipops the height of a toddler. More >>

  • Emporio Armani

    601 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-317-0800 I actually prefer this line to the Giorgio Armani Collection, and not just because I'm a cheapskate; the looks tend to be a little sleeker and a bit more energeticageared toward the younger customer. These threads still cost a pretty penny, of course, but looking good requires hard work. More >>

  • Escada

    715 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022

  • Ess-a-Bagel


    831 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-980-1010 The bagels here are perfectly fat (fluffy on the inside, crisp on the outside) aalso, sugar-free, low-salt and hand-rolled. Cream cheese comes in big, gobby layers, oozing out the center. Also at: 359 1st Ave, 212 260-2252 More >>

  • Fogal

    510 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-355-3254 Wolford aside, this is the Chanel of the pantyhose world. It seems a little weird to drop this much cash on something that rips at the slightest touch, but the ladies who invest in a pair of hose from here have ducats to spare. More >>

  • Fortunoff

    681 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-758-6660 It says somethingaI'm not sure whatathat Fortunoff is generally considered the "cheap" Fifth Avenue destination for brides-to-be to load up on silver, crystal, and diamond-encrusted everything. Truly the presentation seems no-frills compared to the luxe treatment at some of Fortunoff's neighbors, and truly, Fortunoff makes me feel sick to my stomach, but it sure as hell isn't because it's cheap. More >>

  • Furry Paws

    1039 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10022

    Boasting the largest selection of toys around town for cats and dogs, Furry Paws may just be your pit bullas favorite store. The store also specializes in fresh-baked doggie treats thatall make your friendly pup turn her nose up at Kibbles an Bits. More >>

  • Georgette Klinger

    501 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-838-3200 This pristine, girly-pink 15,000-square-foot space is an exemplar of old-guard spadom. Trained in Prague and Vienna, Georgette Klingeraone of the first estheticians to use botanical treatmentsaopened her salon on Madison Avenue in 1941. Since then she has expanded her practice (and herb-minded philosophies) to more than 10 locations nationwide. More >>

  • giggle

    1033 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021

  • H2O+

    511 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-750-8119 So-called because most of their skincare products are water-basedasea water, reallyathis chain offers a pretty comprehensive line of beauty and grooming products: There's simple, almost clinical toner for your face as well as bright make-up. The products aren't quite fancy, as such, but they're a nice alternative to your local drugstore. More >>

  • Holland & Holland

    50 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-752-7755 Truly one of the most bizarre retailers in New York City, Holland & Holland is a venerable old English outfit that supplies guns and accessories for the sort of people who ride off to the hunt. I hate guns, personally, but there are things to admire here, including the classy luggage and even some of the odd but beautiful clothes. More >>

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