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  • Do Kham

    51 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-966-2404 Look, you're obviously never going to make it to Tibet, and if you do make it, hopefully you'll do more than just shop, so get it all out of your system at Do Kham, which is chock-full of Tibetan-inspired clothing and oodles of jewelry and accessories. It's the best booth in the whole bazaar crammed under one roof, and everything is priced to move. More >>

  • Dusica

    67 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-966-9099 Shoppers might pass this shoe and bag boutique, thinking it is still being renovated, but apparently, that's the look they're going for. A silent, shabbily painted space smelling of powder and perfume, Dusica's leather is soft, beautifully colored, and manipulated into gentle folds and bunches to create a ruffle around the toes or a gathered closure to a handbag. Prices dangle just below $400 for most shoesajust enough to give you that fashionable but still weird look. More >>

  • Earl Jean

    160 Mercer St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-8709 Earl Jeans date back to a more innocent time in this denim-obsessed culture, before it became widely acceptable for metrosexuals to squeeze themselves into ladies' jeans, before stylists and editors conspired to make popular jeans so low-rise that, to quote Ab Fab, "the world's your gynecologist." I like Earl Jean, which makes more than just jeans, naturally; the men's clothes are a bit pastel and icky, but the women's clothingaespecially the outerwearais chic in a way that won't look tired and dated in five months' time. More >>

  • Edmundo Castillo

    219 Mott St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-5320 Sexy Puerto Rican Castillo cooled his heels designing footwear for Donna Karan before breaking out in 1999 with his own line of four-inch-high sex stilletos, heavy on the dyed snakeskin and rolling in at only a mere $500 bucks a pair. For socialites with a dom fetish. More >>

  • Eileen's "Special" Cheese Cake

    17 Cleveland Place New York, NY 10012
    212-966-5585 Everyone has his or her favorite foods, but some foods have a cultish, obsessive following. Cheesecake is a good example. If you are one of those people, or if you just like a good, old fashioned, dense cheese cake, check this place out. There are many, many variations on the classic, but the most far-out among them taste the most, well, out there. More >>

  • Erica Tanov

    204 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-8020 A graduate of Parsons School of Design, Erica Tanov started with a lingerie, then expanded into silky, loose-fitting dresses, slacks and childrenas clothes. Crafted from soft materials like charmeuse and cashmere, Tanovas clothes hang well and rarely require a bra. More >>

  • Fresh

    57 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-925-0099 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 >>

  • Frock

    148 Orchard St. New York, NY 10012
    212-594-5380 Designers, whip out those spy cameras. Evan Ross and Angel Cruzas boutique stocks primo vintage couture and designer ready-to-wear, perfect for your utmost pirating needs. Wanna rock a Halston redux for that fall line? Pick up his $1,800 orange knit original. Nothing from the past 40 years is off limits to you because Frock carries all the hard hitters from the mid a60s to the late a80s: Ossie Clark to Azzedine Alaia, Courreges to Mugler. Happy copying. More >>

  • Ghost


    28 Bond St. New York, NY 10012

    I admire consistency, and you've got to hand it to Ghost, the very un-dowdy English label, for sticking to its guns and delivering, season after season, clothes that are unapologetically feminine. After a couple of decades now, the house has decided to diversify, and now offers a denim collection. The last thing we need in this town is another place to buy jeans, though, so skip it, clean up, and treat yourself to a nice, fancy dress. More >>

  • Groupe 16sur20

    267 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-0007 Hyper-hip Seize sur Vingtas more casual offshoot, Groupe 16sur20, stocks menas tees, jeans, button-downs, and bags from a few featured designers as well as Seize Sur Vingtas own in-house label. Check out Seize sur Vice, the fruits of the storeas recent collaboration with Vice magazine, and ask to atest drivea whatever car (this month, a sweet-ass vintage Ferrari) theyare currently selling near the entrance. More >>

  • Guess

    537 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-226-9545 f you're a teenager or on a budget or both, Guess slavishly regurgitates the cheesiest of the trends for your consumption. A note to the guys, though: Guess who looks good in their menswear? Not you. More >>

  • Hable Construction

    230 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-8555 Hable Construction is an innovative little brand, offering a whole range of imaginative fabric goods: pillows, totes, boxes, even just canvas prints stretched to be hung like paintings. The line is dynamic and eye-catching, and is sought after by tastemakers and those in the know. OTHER LOCATION: 117 Perry St New York, NY 10014 212-989-2375 More >>

  • In God We Trust

    In God We Trust

    265 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012

  • Ina

    21 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-9048 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 >>

  • Jamin Puech

    247 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-5200 This Parisian company makes some of the most ornate, exuberant handbags on the marketathe kind of thing you'd see slung over the shoulder of one of Nolita's fabulous, chain-smoking, unemployed models. Entirely abandoning the notion that less is more, Jamin Puech bags are adorned to within an inch of their lives (with coins, sequins, beads, feathers, what have you) but somehow it all makes sense. More >>

  • Jill Platner

    113 Crosby St. New York, NY 10012
    212-324-1298 Sculptural and elegant, Jill Platner's jewelryanecklaces, bracelets, earrings, and ringsais uniformly beautiful. It's refreshing to find a self-proclaimed designer who doesn't just string beads together and pat herself on the back; Platner's work is well conceived and durably made, and makes for the kind of investment you won't regret. More >>

  • John Fluevog

    John Fluevog

    250 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-4484 Tireless crusader for the platform heel, Canadian shoemaker John Fluevog made his name during the psychedelic revival of the early '90s, when his Minnie Mouse numbers wore grooves in Lady Kieras heart and and Madonna buckled on a pair to meet Truth or Dare beau Warren Beatty. That was fifteen years ago, but just like the Material Girl herself, this catas got nine lives. Or at least, angelic soles that resist Satan. More >>

  • Kar'ikter

    19 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-274-1966 Inspired by European fictional characters like Tintin, Asterix, Babar, and Le Petit Prince, this tidy white store sells happy, needless objects like Dropper Poppers (those rubber suctions that fly in the air) and Philippe Starck Gnomes. More >>

  • Kazuyo Nakano

    117 Crosby St. New York, NY 10012
    212-941-7093 Fear not color, my little black-clad New Yorker. Kyoto-born purse designer Kazuyo Nakano would like add to a spark of eggplant purple or taxi-cab yellow to your life with her unconventional, technicolor totes and handbags. Now toss that crap Longchamp nylon tote out. More >>

  • Kelly Christy

    37 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-965-0686 A frequent milliner for designer Isaac Mizrahi, Kelly Christy has been whipping up jaunty 1920s-esque cloches, floopy Panama straw hats, and men's fedoras for the past nine years in her Nolita shop. Prices for her whimsical hats range around the $100-$300 mark; for custom, $100-$500. More >>

  • La Petite Princess

    232 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-965-0535 Overlook this jewelry and clothing store's rather cutesy name, take a step in, and you might discover molten enamel rings and cuffs that've gained a loyal following among celebrities and fashion editors alike. The clothingaa hodgepodge of frilly pleated skirts and forgettable stretchy topsatakes a backseat to pieces like the "gold pope ring," their hands-down bestseller. More >>

  • Lale

    200 Mott St. New York, NY 10012

    Here's a great concept for a boutique: Everything at Laleacool glassware, chic vases, china, and other odds and endsahails from Turkey. There are textiles, too, of course; Lale has a selection of kilims that would brighten any floor (or wall, for that matter). Don't think the whole experiment just results in some faux Ottoman kitsch; this is one of the best little home shops in town. More >>

  • Lilliput

    265 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012
    212-965-9567 Next time you need to buy a present for a small person, just accept that nothing can beat silly rain boots. Itas how the world works. Lilliput carries an array of ridiculous frog boots, cat boots, etc., as well as matching raincoats and umbrellas. Thatas the beauty of kidsayou can dress them up funny and they enjoy it, too. While the shoe section is particularly noteworthy in this slightly crazed shop, the bulk is clothing, from everyday play clothes to dress-up, and the storeas motto, aCool Clothing for Cool Kids,a is fitting, and ultimately, more fun than fashionista. More >>

  • Lord Willy's

    223 Mott St. New York, NY 10012
    212-680-8888 Short for Lord Wilcox (and there's a Lady Wilcox as well), Lord Willy's, a closet-sized British menswear shop, offers custom suits and button-downs, silk pajamas, cashmere scarves, silk ties, andawe kid you notaready-to-wear shirts with matching boxers. Some of the merchandise is made from fabrics with such a limited run, only 10 or so are made. More >>

  • MAC Cosmetics

    113 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-4641 Professionals and amateurs alike swear by M.A.C, an expansive line that includes everything any woman (or any drag queen worth her salt) could require to keep up appearances. The no-nonsense black packaging is telling: They're serious about makeup here. More >>

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