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  • Quest Bookshop

    240 E. 53rd St. New York, NY 10022
    212-758-5521

    http://www.questbookshop.com In their search for Truth, the Theosophical Society hosts events like, aThe Alchemy of the Heart,a aLearn to See and Sense Auras,a and aDoes the Original Sin Really Exist?a Questathe societyas aptly titled bookshopasells books about Zoroastrianism, feng shui, and chakras. More >>

  • Rainbow Ace Hardware

    1449 1st Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-288-4868

    http://www.rainbowacehardware.com

  • Charbonnel Et Walker

    Charbonnel Et Walker

    611 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-588-0546

    http://www.saksfifthavenue.com/Entry.jsp There's something special about going to the shop that put the Fifth Avenue in Saks Fifth Avenue. For both men and women, the selection is so extensive that there's something to appeal to every palate. While the store's lifeblood is the more conservative, uptown customer, Saks has done a good job of integrating some of fashion's more daring brands into the mix, and it's possible to score cool stuff here without all the hauteur of some of the city's boutiques. That's because the real attraction at Saks is the service, which is excellent, all-around. Between the smiling salesclerk and the old-fashioned elevators, you might think it's 1950 again. More >>

  • Salvatore Ferragamo

    655 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-759-3822

    http://www.ferragamo.com My old friend Sal makes it look easy, doesn't he? Throw on one of his beautiful ties, slip on a pair of shoes (wrought of leather soft as butter) and voila: You, too, are a master of the universe! The same is true for ladies; the shoes and bags are uniformly excellent. The clothes aren't as exciting, but you'll still be plenty impressed. More >>

  • Sam Flax

    900 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-813-6666

    http://www.samflaxny.com Sam Flax is truly the Kmart of art stores. They sell everything from art supplies and lights to diaries and gadgets. Pop by one of their three Manhattan locations. More >>

  • Simon Pearce

    500 Park Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-421-8801

    http://www.simonpearce.com Simon Pearce is where cool people with great taste go to buy wedding presents for their friends when they just can't bear the thought of buying salad forks from the unimaginative Williams-Sonoma wedding registry. Everything here is so beautiful, you'll hope the ceremony gets called off so you can keep the present for yourself. Greedy bastard. More >>

  • Sony Wonder Technology Lab

    550 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-833-8100

    http://wondertechlab.sony.com Experience one-of-a-kind exhibits where you can jam with music artists, produce your own movie preview, and even create a video game. Free. Hours:Tue-Sat 10am-5pm Sun noon-5pm Closed Mon & major holidays. More >>

  • Sports Authority

    845 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-355-9725

    http://www.sportsauthority.com Sports Authority supplies a wealth of gear for athletic aficianados, and probably is a little slice of hell for those sedentary types who find themselves dragged into a space designed around sweat-inducing activities. Great for most games (think basketball and baseball) but for outdoors activities (think climbing and camping) we prefer Campmor. More >>

  • Staples

    425 Park Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-753-9640

    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

    575 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-644-2118

    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 >>

  • Tal Bagels

    979 1st Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-753-9080

    Tal Bagel has the kind of variety (knishes, soup, cookies, a fish station, a salad bar, many kinds of salami) that would seem to threaten the purity of the bagels, but in this case then H& H train of logic doesnat work. The bagels here are hot, chewy and slathered in the kind of fatty spreads that somehow feel very healthy (theyare not). Other locations: 2446 Broadway, 212 712-0171 333 E 86 St, 212 427-6811 More >>

  • Terence Conran Shop

    407 E. 59th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-755-9079

    http://www.conranusa.com I can't wait to get married, for love sure, but also so I can register at the Terence Conran Shop. The New York outpost of tastemaker Conran's international empire has all sorts of incredible things: cool furniture, excellent appliances, chic tabletop stuff and all kinds of daring objects that you can just scatter around your home.It's hard to explain the unifying theme, though there certainly is one: everything here is just, for lack of a better word, cool. More >>

  • Thomas Pink

    520 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-223-8712

    http://www.thomaspink.com It's too bad only English retailers can get away with calling themselves "clothiers"; it's such a descriptive word. Thomas Pink is truly a clothier, furnishing men and women with a preppy edge perfectly tailored, often exuberantly patterned shirts. It's the shirts that made them (justly) famous, but Thomas Pink also sells everything else you might need from head to toe, all of it nicely designed and made to last. More >>

  • Tiffany & Company

    727 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-755-8000

    http://www.tiffany.com Immortalized by the classic shot of a Givenchy-clad Audrey Hepburn, munching on a danish (yeah right) and envying the aother worlda behind those bejeweled windowsa|. The trademark little blue box has always been billed as the gift ladies love, whether it carries the ubiquitous Elsa Peretti bean necklace, Paloma Picassoas bold baubles, or the mother engagement rock of every golddiggeras dreams. More >>

  • Tory Burch

    Tory Burch

    797 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10065
    212-510-8371

    http://www.toryburch.com

  • Tourneau

    12 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-758-7300

    http://www.tourneau.com If you're signed to Bad Boy Entertainment, a day trader, or some minor European prince, Tourneau is the only place to go if you need a watch. They prefer them clunky and diamond encrusted, apparently, though if you're one of those people (and there really are such types) who swoon over Swiss-engineered timepieces and so on, you'll find plenty to love here, iced or not. More >>

  • Tower Records

    721-725 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-838-8110

    http://www.tower.com Though itas not your friendly neighborhood independent, Tower is far from being the most evil big-box chain store out there. They stock a marvelous array of records impossible to find at smaller stores. Thanks to a very clued-in imports director, the Village superstore boasts an impressive rack of imports, ranging from the latest Jamaican dancehall to U.K. garage to the iciest reaches of German minimal techno. More >>

  • The Tumi Store

    520 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-813-0545

    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 >>

  • United Colors of Benetton

    10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10021
    212-245-5117

    http://www.benetton.com/portal/web/guest/home I get a warm feeling when I remember Benetton's 1980s heyday, when their clothes were coveted by all the cool kids in my class, and their shocking at the time, gentle in retrospect left-wing politics were the subject of much debate. There's not much of that in evidence now, or it seems silly and worn this many years on, but you can still rely on the United Colors (what does that mean, really?) for some cute, fashionable staples. More >>

  • Urban Archaeology

    239 E. 58th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-371-4646

    http://www.urbanarchaeology.com This company started as an architectural salvageaand they continue as such, offering truly show-stopping pieces salvaged from many architectural wonders that have sadly met their doom. They also create a line of accessories and hardware inspired by classic, antique design that really puts Restoration Hardware in its place. More >>

  • Urban Center Books

    457 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-935-3592

    http://www.urbancenterbooks.com The former dining room of a turn-of-the-century Villard house, this creaky shop attracts architecture students and European tourists. The store sells books on architecture, landscape, design, and urban planning. More >>

  • Versace Boutique

    675 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-317-0224

    http://www.versace.com Yuck! I'm all for making a statement, but unless you're packing an AmEx Black Card and can spring on the couture, don't bother with this stuff. Unless you're a hip-hop superstar or a high-class call girl, chances are good that you'll look ridiculous in any of the heavy-handed looks that Donatella and her team have dreamed up, though the stores themselves are two of the most beautiful shops in town. The Versace aesthetic, applied to clothes, leaves me cold, but I swoon over the columns and crests, the silk pillows and lion's heads. Sometimes a dash of that over-the-top luxury is a nice pick-me-up. More >>

  • Waterworks

    225 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-371-9266

    http://www.waterworks.com I don't know how they do it at Waterworks, how they manage to imbue the utilitarian (shower curtains, sinks) and the useless (brushed aluminum apothecary jars?) with such a strong sense of beauty and purpose. If mine weren't such a typical New York bathroom (hideous tile, peeling grout, low ceiling, and bad lighting) I would be tempted to stock up here. Until I get my hands on that Tribeca loft, though, I can daydream. More >>

  • Williams-Sonoma

    121 E. 59th St. New York, NY 10022
    917-369-1131

    http://www.williams-sonoma.com After an episode of Martha Stewart Living, we too like to open up the ol' Williams-Sonoma catalog and dream of all the top-of-the-line cookware we can purchase for our Cape Cod kitchen. Calphalon 10-piece cookware set? Don't mind if we do. Waring blender for $130? Hell, why not. But we stop at the monogrammed steak brand for initalizing our own ribeye and the $400 portable ice cube maker. At some point, there must be an end to the madness. aZAPPIA OTHER LOCATIONS: SHOPS AT COLUMBUS CIRCLE 10 COLUMBUS CIRCLE NEW YORK, NY 10019 (212) 823-9750 More >>

  • Wolford Boutique

    619 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-688-4850

    http://www.wolford.com This Austrian lingerie line is sleek, businesslike, and free of complicated, improbable underwear contraptions. Prices are a bit high. More >>

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