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  • Phat Farm

    129 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-533-7428 Itas seemingly endless, the stream of hip hop moguls busting out their own clothing label after Simmons started Phat Farm: Eve, 50 Cent, Wu Tang Clana|Puff Daddy himself seems to have ripped Simmonas business plan off word for word (sorry, aused it for inspirationa). But despite all the competition, this 12-year-old line heavy on the oversize plaid button downs and baggy jeans seem to be still faring well, buoyed by the sales of Baby Phat, wife Kimoraas branch of shrunken tees, hoodies, and mini shoulder bags for the ladies. More >>

  • Philosophy Di Alberta Ferretti

    452 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-460-5500 Ferretti makes such hopelessly glamorous dressesaeven for this, her secondary lineathat youall wish you were nominated for an Oscar, just so you could have a reason to splurge on one. More >>

  • Pino's Prime Meat Market

    149 Sullivan St., Suite 2 , 10012

  • Poltrona Frau

    141 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012

  • Pottery Barn

    600 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-219-2420 A home store for the customer with plenty of cash and no imagination, Pottery Barn has lovely smaller things, like towels, bedsheets, and picture frames, but the bulky furniture and window treatments are adequate at best, hideous at worst. The kids and teen collections will appeal to parents, and the faux-vintage items (like the irksome fake rotary telephone) will appeal to the tasteless. More >>

  • Puma

    521 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-334-7861 You know you want a Puma bag, but the question is, which kind to buy: The clutch, the overnighter . . . or the makeup bag? When this two-floor homage opened up, complete with in-house DJ, Puma sneaker and accessory options soared past what you could ever dig up at Canal Jeans or David Z. The people asked, the people received. More >>

  • Pylones

    69 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-3244 The wacky French design shop Pylones picked Manhattan for its first shops outside of Paris, and since then itas been a classic case of opposites attract. Sullen New Yorkers and embittered tourists alike have taken to the storeas whimsical, hypercheery offerings of rainbow-striped toasters, fish-shaped lighters, and purses fashioned to resemble tea pots. More >>

  • Rachel Ashwell Shabby Chic

    117 Mercer St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-3500 Make your new stuff look old again is kind of Ashwell's unofficial mottoathe Britsh decorator's show on the Style Network is all about putting that coveted faux-worn finish on everything from flea-market rocking chairs to found cabinets. The Brit decorator got her start designing washable slipcovers for her likeminded friends with kids, then broke out with a store in Santa Monica. Now there's a virtual Shabby Chic empire, with a slew of books touting the Shabby Chic design aesthetic, and of course, a Laura Ashley-esque line of linens and home accessories in florals and creams. It can all get a bit too much like Holly Hobby threw up in your living room, but in small doses, we suppose it adds a country warmth to the place. More >>

  • Rachel Roy Pop-Up Store

    111 Spring St. New York, NY 10012

  • Regeneration Furniture, Inc.

    Regeneration Furniture, Inc.

    38 Renwick St. New York, NY 10013
    212-741-2102 Regeneration specializes in 50s and 60s vintage furniture (think: quilted sofas, bubble lamps and dizzingly patterned rugs) by designers like Pamela Sunday, Russell Wright and Florence Knolls. More >>

  • Reiss

    381 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-925-5707 This is the English Banana Republicatrendy preppiness for the office with few risks and little personality seeping out, aside from the occasional splash of pink. Also, apparently the dollar isn't doing too great, because the prices are in a whole different league. More >>

  • Rival

    225 Hudson St. New York, NY 10013
    212-929-7222 Around the corner from a free skate park, Rival sells all the necessary equipment for stylishly loitering around the city: rare, splashy sneakers (including the Nike Air force One), Arceteryx coats, Ten Deep hoodies, and skateboards from companies like 5 Boro and Zoo York. More >>

  • Robert Danes

    481 Greenwich St. New York, NY 10013
    212-674-3252 Danes is an old-fashioned couturier. That's more rare than you'd think, especially on this side of the Atlantic, so it's no wonder that girls with the means and a desire to stand out in a crowd head to his Soho atelier for one-of-a-kind dresses. Of course the gal who is guaranteed to stand out in the crowd is the bride, so the wedding gown business here is booming. More >>

  • Room & Board

    Room & Board

    105 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-4343 Minneapolis chain Room & Board finally makes its way to New York, its Soho outpost hawking the same West Elm-y furniture once available only through the website. Expect the usual earth-tone leather couches, natural-wood desks and "calming"-colored linens. This is choice, however: They sell a selection of Herman Miller for the Home, accent tables and chairs from heavyweights like Noguchi, Saarinen, Eames, and Nelson. More >>

  • RS Restaurant Equipment

    274 Bowery New York, NY 10012

  • Ruben's Empanadas

    505 Broome St. New York, NY 10013

    An empanada can be dense, heavy, and dry, if you donat watch your step. Stick with Ruben and you will gleefully add this succulent and flavorful little hot pocket to that great daytime eating categoryalike a hot dog, it doesnat count as a meal. More >>

  • Ruia

    65 Mercer St. New York, NY 10012

  • Saja


    250 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012

  • Scholastic Store

    Scholastic Store

    557 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-343-6166 5,500 square feet of productive diversions like puzzles, board games, videos, Klutz books, and CD-ROMs More >>

  • Scoop NYC

    Scoop NYC

    473-475 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-925-3539 I blame Scoop for the death of imagination in New York City. They propagated the misguided, West Coast notion that sweat suits paired with heels are chic. They convinced women that jeans donat have to cover your entire ass. Boutiques must exercise some editorial control, but Scoop never met a trend it didnat love and embrace wholeheartedly. And if all thatas not bad enough, now theyave turned their sights on New York Cityas men, gussying them up like a bunch of cookie-cutter morons. Take a risk somewhere else, because being badly dressed is infinitely preferable to being a fashion victim. More >>

  • Sean

    199 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-598-5980 French designer Emile LaFaurie targets the foggy middle area of menas fashion (something between holey, smelly jeans mode and Ibanker slickness) with well-priced poplin shirts, painteras coats, leather belts and wide-wale corduroyagood for weekends and/or those who donat work in finance. Almost everything in the store is under $400. More >>

  • Selima Optique

    Selima Optique

    59 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-9490 Here's a good rule of thumb: If it has the name Selima on it (like Bond 07 or Le Corset) just trust it. Selima herself is a designer and optometrist-optician (overachiever) and her optical shops sell her own line and chic frames from other high-minded and high-end designers. More >>

  • Shecky's Shop

    489 Broome St. New York, NY 10013
    212-343-0100 The idea of nightlife-guidebook company Sheckyas opening a store sounds so bizarreacomparable to Zagat launching its own restaurant or IMDB rolling out a multiplex. To extend the logic, why not Sheckyas the Bar? But it is Shecky's Shop we have here, cccupying a gorgeous hardwood-floored loft on Broome Street. The look here is much more designers' collective than single boutique, with the loft separated into partitions for each designer's garments, and a sign above each booth stating the designer's name and a description of the line. There are beautiful pieces here: Charmaine Louises' capelets and kimonos hand-crocheted from Mongolian cashmere, Chynawhite & Dannyboy's colorful Italian lambskin blazers with puffed sleeves. But for the most part, Shecky's Shop appears to have opened before it had much real merchandise to sell. There is a whole stall just selling daffy tank tops and tees printed with the tagline, "Love this Life," and nearby, a cropped black hoodie with a garish gold alligator appliquA(c) by designer Jamie Kreitman goes for $136. You could fare better at a craft bazaar. More >>

  • So Good Jewelry

    496 Broadway New York, NY 10012

    That wailing sound you hear down in Soho is actually coming from the Chanel boutique on Spring Street, where the staff just found out about an adorable if frankly fake double-C Chanel rhinestone ankle bracelet selling for a scant $9.99 up the block at the mammoth and deliciously cheap So Good Jewelry (496 Broadway). This wonderful item, at the exact price you want to pay for an ankle bracelet (they break; they fall off) is merely one of a slew of breathtakingly inexpensive things we found when we went shopping in Soho with a ridiculously small amount of imaginary moneyaa ludicrous $10alooking for bargains. More >>

  • Soho Baby

    251 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012

    What does every Soho baby need? Well, gigantic stuffed animals playing tiny pianos is a good start, or giraffes taller than toddlers. How could a Soho baby not have those distractions? But in addition to those gifts that make you the best uncle ever is a large stock of useful, practical items like strollers and all their accoutrements, monitors, mobiles, etc. More >>

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