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  • Aaron Basha

    680 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-935-1960 The tony denizens of the Upper East Side have a whole world of signs and signifiers that leave the rest of the unwashed masses scratching our heads. It's hard to find someone who doesn't recognize the Louis Vuitton logo, but did you know that jewelry from Aaron Basha practically screams class? The house specialty is bejeweled and enameled baby shoes (don't ask) and to me, they look like something from a very expensive gumball machine, but what do I know? More >>

  • American Kennels

    798 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-838-8460 New York space restrictions mean smaller dogs for everyone no matter how wealthy you are. Since 1954, American Kennels have been breeding dogs for New Yorkers and theyave also been providing all the necessary tools and toys to take care of them. But theyall go one better: Theyall even match a dog to your lifestyle. These dog lovers really know their stuff. More >>

  • Anne Fontaine

    687 Madison Av @61 St. New York, NY 10021
    212-688-4362 The very French Anne Fontaine keeps things tight and focused. Her collection centers on the blouse, which she executes mostly in white; in Fontaine's hands, though, there's quite a bit of room for interpretation, even with such a simple garment. The results are impressively varied. More >>

  • Anya Hindmarch

    29 E. 60th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-750-3974 Anya Hindmarch has hit it big with kooky (and often, frankly, ugly)bags silk-screened with images that some clearly find evocative: celebrities, animals, vintage photographs. Really vain? You can customize a bag so that it bears your mug, which might, in some alternate universe, make a really great present. Hindmarch also makes normal, quite chic leather and suede handbags that would serve you well on a daily basis. More >>

  • Arche Shoes

    1045 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10065
    212-838-1933 Thanks to the name, they're inflected with a bit of Gallic glamour, but frankly, to judge by their chunky heels and clunky lines, I think Arche shoes look medical, like something an orthopedist would prescribe. Alas, working girls sometimes have to look that way, don't they? More >>

  • Arden B.

    1130 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-628-2003 Arden B. does an okay job of reinterpreting the big trends of the moment for ladies on a budget. Unless you exercise some control, you will end up looking like a transsexual all done up for Halloween (or like, say, Kim Cattrall) but if you choose wisely, you can score some great little pieces a especially the jackets and blazers a that will see you through many job interviews and internships. More >>

  • Art of Shaving

    141 E. 62nd St. New York, NY 10021
    212-317-8436 This elegant little shop aims to restore some glamour to the mundane task of personal maintenance. Uptown gentlemen and other dandies head here for real fur-shaving brushes and old-school straight razors, and come Father's Day, no boutique is as bustling. More >>

  • Barneys New York

    Barneys New York

    660 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-826-8900 At once indispensable and unattainable, Barneys is a veritable temple to good taste. For the well-heeled woman, thereas jewelry, beauty essentials, a museum-like shoe department and a selection of clothes from the big-timers a Gucci, Prada, Armani a as well as up-and-coming labels and smaller, more experimental designers. Barneys stocks everything the sharp dressed man could need (ties, handkerchiefs, cufflinks) and some things (cashmere socks, custom suits) that he might just want. Both men and women have a Coop floor, where you can secure a weekend wardrobe of designer jeans and overpriced t-shirts. The store also boasts a sought-after bridal atelier and Fredas, perhaps the best department store restaurant in town. Skip the hideous house wares in the Chelsea Passage and beware the occasionally surly sales staff (they tend to be assigned to the Coop, where prices are lower and customers less discerning). If itas all just too rich for your blood, Barneys also offers some of the best people-watching in New York. More >>

  • Bebe

    50th and 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-935-2444 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 >>

  • Bed Bath & Beyond

    410 E. 61st St. New York, NY 10021
    212-824-4850 When going through the hell of moving, at least one stop at this brilliant superstore is obligatory. This is where college kids go for dry-erase boards and clothes hangers. This is where divorcA(c)es go to replace the coffeemaker the ex got in the settlement. There's everything you could ever need for the kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom here, from high-quality goods to pure schlock, which is what I'm guessing they mean by "beyond." More >>

  • Betsey Johnson

    251 E. 60th St. @2 Av New York, NY 10022
    212-319-7699 Betsey Johnson is good for flirty bat-mitzvah age tweens. Mannequins, wearing frighteningly severe eye makeup, showcase the storeas assortment of dressesaall uniformly cutesy and tight. More >>

  • Bond No. 9

    680 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10065
    212-838-2780 This gorgeous perfumery offers a private collection of scents inspired by the city in which we live. They prize rarity and ingenuity, and in addition to several signature fragrances, they sell home accessories, antique bric-a-brac and other pieces that might appeal to the woman who wants a scent that's all her own. More >>

  • Calvin Klein

    654 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-292-9000 The brilliant Mr. Klein may have left the building, but the sleek menas and womenas collectionsato say nothing of the simple but glorious housewaresaat this spare Madison Avenue shop look as good as ever. More >>

  • Boutique Cartier

    828 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-472-6400 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 >>

  • Celine

    667 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-486-9700 This French house strikes a line between American sportiness (courtesy of former head designer Michael Kors) and European sophistication; their pricey dyed leather bags are particularly popular with celebs and fashion folk alike. More >>

  • Dashing Diva

    1341 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-570-0770 Not your ordinary neighborhood nail salon, Dashing Diva, now with multiple franchise locations is poised to take over the city. The sleek hot-pink nail-spa offers a range of deluxe manicure and pedicure services with catchy names like aSpoiled Divaa and aAll-out-Divaa as well a manicure geared toward aLittle Divasa(under age 8). In addition to 150 polish shades; a cushy communal couch makes for the perfect spot for a pedicure with pals. Hit the salon on Thursdays and Fridays during aGirlsa Night Outa for free cocktails with every service after 5 pm. More >>

  • Deco Deluxe

    1038 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021

    A tribute to an era of striking design, Sandi Berman's store contains all things Art Deco: furniture, jewelry, and vintage barware from the glory days of the martini. More >>

  • Design Within Reach

    27 E. 62nd St. New York, NY 10021
    212-288-4539 It sounds like a bargain outfit, but DWR traffics in the high-end modern classics that fill office parks and annoying hotels the world over. Alas, the mid-century modern boom has been so widespread that it's as impossible to appreciate the simple beauty of a Mies daybed as it is to be awed by an oft reproduced Monet. Yet those for whom furniture at these prices really is within reach continue to snatch it up, satisfied with what they must think is their progressive taste. More >>

  • Dolce & Gabbana

    660 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-750-0055 Clothes for extremely powerful, rich, metropolitan Italian womenawith a little rock and roll, and a lot of sex. If you tend to buy one very expensive thing a year, it would make more sense to stick with basics that will not go out of style as obviously. More >>

  • Dunhill

    545 Madison Ave. at 55th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-753-9292 Welcome to the niceties of the old boy's club. If I had a thick wad of cash and an adequately worthy dude, I'd drop the bucks on a stunning pair of Art Deco-esque lighter, or a gorgeous burgundy leather weekend bag. A line of ties and menswear is also available at Dunhill, but it's the accessories and cigars they're most known for. Leather-bound thermos, anyone? More >>

  • Eres

    621 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-223-3550 If you want to look chic and oh-so-French at the beach, but aren't quite ready to go topless, Eres makes body-flattering (and not too wallet-depleting) swimwear with contours and simple color palettes that are terribly continental. There's also a fine selection of similarly well-designed lingerie. More >>

  • Express

    722-728 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-421-7246 The name says it all. Let this be a lesson: You can do something right, or you can do something fast. Fast = Express. You see where I'm going with this. More >>

  • Fanelli Antique Timepieces Ltd

    790 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021

    They sell incredibly expensive grandfather clocks and such at this place, and they can repair the very expensive clock(s) you already own. More >>

  • Floris London

    703 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    800-535-6747 Floris London makes the kind of fancy-pants beauty products you'd expect to receive in your suite at some fine old hotel in a faded but elegant European city like Budapest. If you require further endorsement, the brand boasts several "royal warrants"; they're the official perfumer to Queen Elizabeth and provide products to Prince Charles. If the street in question is Madison Avenue, that surely counts as street cred. More >>

  • Gianni Versace

    815 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021

    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 >>

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