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  • Alain Mikli

    986 Madison Ave. @76 St. New York, NY 10021

    Whether you actually are an architect or you just play one on TV, Mikli frames are a prerequisite to achieve that bookish, cool-but-still-good-at-math look. Like so many things French, Mikli's frames are not for the faint of heart, but then again, New York City isn't either, so toughen up. More >>

  • Arthritis Foundation Thrift Shop

    1383 3rd Av @79 St. New York, NY 10021

    This small store carries all the thrift store basics (clothes, furniture, and bric-a-brac), plus artwork. More >>

  • BCBG Max Azria

    770 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-717-4225 Diaphanous, chiffon creations predominate at design superstar Max Azriaas BCBG label. His frothy confections tend to look best on a younger customer (a perfect body helps too) but that doesnat stop loads of older ladies from trying to pull it off themselves. More >>

  • Berkley Girl

    1418 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-744-9507 Berkley Girl sells designer tween-bop clothes like hard tail pants, lucky jeans, and mini-mini-miniskirts. More >>

  • Big Drop

    Big Drop

    1321 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-988-3344 This mini-chain of boutiques is designed for the crowd who decides what to wear based on whatas in all the magazines. Thatas not to say there arenat some great scores to be hadayouall find here many of the same looks youad find at an uptown department storeabut the presentation is a bit cheesy, like a touristas idea of a hip Manhattan shop. More >>

  • Bra Smyth

    Bra Smyth

    905 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-772-9400 Basic and borderline bland, this designer lingerie store carries over 3000 bras, mostly by French designers like Lise Charmel, Aubade and Chantelle. The most exciting item here is the "miracle bathing suit" ($122), which spruces up boobs, belly or waist, depending on the "problem area." More >>

  • Calypso

    935 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-535-4100 Jetting off to St. Tropez? Youall definitely want to make a quick stop at Calypso on your way to the airport. You can fairly feel a warm tropical breeze inside the store, and the tunics, linens, and sunglasses are as inviting as warm sand. Calypso is the little brand that could, selling basically everything: menas clothes, womenas clothes, swimwear, really fucking cute kids' clothes, hideous fragrances, underwear, you name it, though most of it looks just plain ridiculous worn around this particular island. More >>

  • Cantaloup

    1036 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021

    A cool boutique on the Upper East Side? Indeed. Elegant yet still funky, Cantaloup stocks heavy hitters alongside smaller brands well worth taking a chance on. The staff is friendly, the atmosphere pleasant, and the wares well worth a look. More >>

  • Carolina Herrera

    954 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-249-6552 If youare getting married or your daughter is, if you're going to win an Oscar, if your husband is getting sworn in as the President of the United States, or if you have some other white-glove nonsense to attend to, boy, does Carolina Herrera have a dress for you. More >>

  • CK Bradley

    146 74th St. New York, NY 10021

    Most of the clothes at this tiny shop, which belongs in Florida, or the Bahamas, but not New York, consists of blindingly bright dresses with big blotchy scenes of overlapping sunflowers. More >>

  • Completely Bare

    764 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-717-9300 Completely Bare is a surprising mix of high-tech, cutting-edge skin therapies (Photo-epilation hair removal, for example) and good old procedures like tan tattooing and aaccessorizing privates with jewels.a More >>

  • Corner Bookstore

    Corner Bookstore

    1313 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10128
    212-831-3554 This minute bookstore has a scattering of classics, trash and travel books alongside its relatively plump childrenas section. More >>

  • Erica Wilson Needle Works

    717 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-832-7290 Just looking at Erica Wilson's complex needlepoint patterns, based on themes from the Cloisters and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, makes your hands cramp in agony as arthritis sets in before its time. A needlepoint guru, Erica has made VHS tapes and sold books on her wares, and masochistic people apparently buy them. Her handy kits come with a painted pattern, wool, needle, and instructions. Bring your credit card; it is not cheap. More >>

  • Etro

    720 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-317-9096 Etro made their mark with the paisley scarf in the 1980s; the company is well-known for its beautifully printed, easily recognizable fabrics and sleek tailoring. More >>

  • Face Stockholm

    1263 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10128
    212-987-1411 Face Stockholm is one of those cosmetics lines that claims to be all about looking natural, as though slathering pigments and ointments all over your body was the most natural thing in the world. Still, professionals and amateurs alike swear by this collection, an assortment of bold lipsticks and daring eye shadows, no-fuss foundations and long-lasting nail polishes. More >>

  • Fishs Eddy

    1388 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-737-2844 Any New Yorker worth his or her salt already knows all about Fishs Eddy, the best resource for inexpensive tabletop pieces that will make any home that much brighter. There are clean, solid ceramic bowls as well as silly, pretty things by Cynthia Rowley, and best of all, hundreds of drinking glasses that are so inexpensive it won't matter if you down one old-fashioned too many and throw the tumbler into the fireplace in a moment of spontaneous romance. More >>

  • French Sole

    985 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-737-2859 French Sole cashed in big on last yearas (flat) ballet-slipper craze with its freakishly large selection: choose from low-cut, square-toe, acity toea, and more. They also carry a high-heeled ballet slipper, which is either the shoe that shouldnat be or the most comfortable pump in existence. More >>

  • Fresh

    1367 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-585-3400 Beautifully packaged and pleasantly fragrant, Fresh is a comprehensive line of beauty and grooming products that will leave every part of your body feeling, well, fresh. Thereas lipstick and lotion, toothpaste and deodorant, for the man or woman who wouldnat be caught dead at the drugstore. More >>

  • Gil Ferrer Salon

    21 E. 74th St. New York, NY 10021
    212-535-3543 Christ. I'm not one to be morally offended by $300 haircuts. But this salon's website says some crap about exploring and understanding your "psychological self" (what the fuck is that?) in relation to your hair. Are you joking? I'll take the haircut (or the thermal reconditioning, or the coloring, or whatever) but leave the metaphysics, thanks. More >>

  • Goodwill

    1704 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10128

  • Grace's Marketplace

    1237 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-737-0600 As in Grace Balducci. Itas a well-rounded gourmet food market, meaning they cover all the bases with carefully chosen, though not exhaustive, offerings from cheese to produce to meat and fish. They also have a large prepared-food section, nice breads and tarts, and some hard-to-find grocery items from far-off lands. More >>

  • Gucci

    840 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-717-7619 If that extra thousand dollars is burning a hole in your pocket, go ahead. The men's suits are sharp, but the casual clothes are a no-no. The women's threads are all pretty, even if they do skew toward the cartoonishly sexy. Of course, most people come for the accessories, which seem affordable if you're browsing in the store for more than a minute. But please, for the love of all that's good in the world: no logos. Every time you buy one of those absurd logo creations, someone at the Gucci Group becomes that much richer; can't you just picture them, laughing at you as they count their money? More >>

  • Housing Works Thrift Shop

    202 E. 77th St. New York, NY 10021
    212-772-8461 Some items may take imagination figuring out how to use, but itas OK because proceeds go to people with AIDS. Donations are dailyaif youare searching for something specific, everyday visits may prove fruitful. More >>

  • Il Papiro

    1021 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-288-9330 A family-owned company that spans three generations, Il Papiro is regarded as the finest maker of Florentine hand-marbled stationery, photo albums, and address books in Italy. More >>

  • Ina

    208 E. 73rd St. New York, NY 10021
    212-249-0014 This is where decent clothes go to die, or, be to be reborn as yours. Impoverished stylist's assistants and remorseful fashion victims bring in their gently worn splurges, and they're clean and well displayed and you can almost pretend that these are boutiques, not resale shops. There are often great pieces to be found, but in addition to cash (remember that bargain YSL is still damn pricey), you're going to need some patience. More >>

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