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  • Crumpler

    45 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-9391 On a corner of Nolita, catty-corner from Spring Street Lounge and across the street from Pomodoro's Pizza, sits a Crumpler store we must have passed a hundred times without bothering to look inside. If we had, we would have found floor-to-ceiling walls crammed with no-frills bags in all shapes, colors, and sizesafrom iPod pouches to sacks big enough to smuggle a kid in. The various styles are not intuitively labeled "small backpack" or "large messenger bag," but bear curious names like "The Breakfast Buffet," "The Salary Sacrifice," "The Soupansalad," and even "The Moderate Embarrassment," "The Considerable Embarrassment," and "The Dreadful Embarrassment." Funny names for what appear to be fairly basicaalbeit impressively indestructibleabags. It's indicative of the kooky, unconventional marketing strategy of this Australian companyathe greatest manifestation being Crumpler's annual beer for bags exchange, where the stores accept beer in lieu of cash for two weeks. More >>

  • Di Palo

    Di Palo's Fine Foods

    200 Grand St. New York, NY 10013
    212-226-1033 Starting out as a conventional latticini, DiPalo Dairy has fulfilled its mandate to produce excellent mozzarella, and then some. But they've also reached back to the old country for a stunning selection of imported cheeses and charcuterie, sliced by Louis DiPalo and staff, who are never in such a hurry that they can't pause to discuss the merits of a piave or pecorino. More >>

  • Diesel

    68 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-966-5593 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 >>

  • Diesel Style Lab

    416 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-343-3863 I'm not wholly convinced that this place isn't just a massive psychology experiment being run by some area institution of higher learning. The goal? To determine whether the hordes can be deceived (by a familiar brand name, an expensive location) into buying the world's most hideous clothes. More >>

  • Digitale Entertainment

    295 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012-2701

  • DKNY SoHo

    420 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    646-613-1100 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 >>

  • Doggystyle

    73 Thompson St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-9200 A high-end pet store for Sohoas fashionists, this shop's the place to pick up brand name leashes and collars. The store also sells monogrammed blankets and customized T-shirts for trendy pups. More >>

  • Eddie Bauer

    578 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-925-2179 Why this store hasnat already gone out of business in New York remains unclear. Eddie Bauer caters to white adults who enjoy driving SUVs and rafting. More >>

  • Elie Tahari

    417 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-334-4441 Every sexy, powerful businesswoman seems to have at least one Elie Tahari pants suit located somewhere in her closet, sandwiched between the Armani and the Calvin Klein. Add a pair of Manolos, and the Master of the Universe look (estrogen edition) is complete. More >>

  • Emporio Armani

    410 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    646-613-8099 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 >>

  • Enchanted Forest

    85 Mercer St. New York, NY 10012

    Live trees separate different sections of this store, a jungle of marionettes, rubber frogs, stuffed lemurs, and glow-in-the-dark stars. More >>

  • Eres

    98 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-7300 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 >>

  • Erica Weiner Jewelry

    Erica Weiner Jewelry

    173 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012

  • Esprit

    583 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    646-823-0183 It's still around? Well, apparently the '80s California label Esprit has kept going, "kicky" stencil logo and all (it always looked like "Sprit," to us). How come back then you couldn't collect enough Sprit t-shirts, but now it looks like budget Zara? OTHER LOCATIONS: 110 Fifth Ave at 16th St New York, NY 10011 Time Warner Center 10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019 More >>

  • Evolution

    120 Spring St. New York, NY 10012

  • Face Stockholm

    110 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-966-9110 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 >>

  • Facial Index

    104 Grand St. New York, NY 10013
    646-613-1055 Sleek, minimal frames imported from Japan are the name of the game here. We imagine their proximity to art-gallery dealers is not by coincidence. More >>

  • Fashion/Plate NYC

    264 Grand St. New York, NY 10012

    Elevating the afusiona fetish to new levels of extravagance, Plate NYC is simultaneously a boutique, restaurant and bar, serving Latin-Asian asaktailsa with ingredients like mamey puree, celery chunks and cactus. In the front of the store are pricey impulse buys like skateboards, gold denim mini skirts, and excessively intricate cakes. The dining room seats 12. More >>

  • Flora

    72 Thompson St. New York, NY 10012
    212-274-1887 Flora carries many Japanese and Taiwanese-inspired arrangements, as well as exotic plants like mountain palms and esperance roses. Bouquets come in bamboo boxes. More >>

  • Flying A

    Flying A

    169 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-965-9090 Certain to brighten up any outfit, the fishnet stockings at Flying A come in flirty pastels or strong solids, and range from ankle socks to knee socks to full tights. If you're feeling adventurous, layer a few pairs. Made by high quality brands such as the British Jonathan Aston, they may even last longer than one wearing. Also on offer: equally fetching nylon hosiery, Paul Frank underwear, and Petit Bateau T-shirts. More >>

  • Foods of NY Tours

    Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012

  • Foot Heaven - Foot Reflexology Acupressure

    16 Pell St. New York, NY 10013

  • Forever 21

    568 Broadway New York, NY 10012

  • Fragments

    116 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-9588 Fragments is an excellent resource for the fashion plate; they operate a busy showroom, representing several different jewelry lines to stores and fashion editors, and their Soho shop draws on that large roster of talent. The selection has such a broad range that the chances are good that something here will suit you. (Alam) OTHER LOCATION: 997 Madison Ave; 212-537-5000 More >>

  • French Connection

    435 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-219-1197 Don't be fooled. There's really nothing for you here, unless you're just out of college: icky, spandex-y riffs on last year's trends sit smugly side by side with dumbass T-shirts emblazoned with the store's brazen and stupid FCUK logo. Are they kidding? No, they're not. More >>

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