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  • Saja

    Saja

    250 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-7570

    http://www.sajawedding.com

  • Scholastic Store

    Scholastic Store

    557 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-343-6166

    http://store.scholastic.com 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

    http://www.scoopnyc.com 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

    http://www.seanstore.com 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

    http://www.selimaoptique.com 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

    http://www.sheckys.com 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
    212-625-9552

    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
    212-625-8538

    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 >>

  • Spencer Brownstone

    39 Wooster St. New York, NY 10013
    212-334-3455

    http://www.spencerbrownstonegallery.com Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm More >>

  • Stackhouse

    282 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012
    212-925-6931

    For the skater boy not afraid to drop a buck--and we know who you are, Mr. Astor Place stud--Stackhouse is slumming it in style. In-store DJs, retro-faded tees, and hoodies abound in this shop sandwiched between G-star and Triple Five Soul on Lafayette. More >>

  • Steve Madden

    540 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-343-1800

    http://www.stevemadden.com For several years now, Steve Madden has been mired in the '90s (and also the 12a17 age bracket). If nothing else, these clunky, plastic shoes will give you an extra couple of inches. More >>

  • Steven Sclaroff

    44 White St. New York, NY 10013
    212-691-7814

  • Stussy

    176 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-8493

    http://www.stussy.com Simultaneously making kids look like they hate the world and have tons of friends, Stussy's definitively cool skateboarder/surfer clothes are a fixture in suburban middle schools (whether or not they're near a beach). More >>

  • Supreme

    274 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012
    212-966-7799

    http://www.supremenewyork.com For limited edition Nike gear, head to Supreme, which also carries rare equipment bearing its own name. A boutique serving skaters in the hip Nolita area, Supreme has a slick display area, attracting folks who like to hang out and gaze at the boards. More >>

  • Ted Baker London

    107 Grand St. New York, NY 10013
    212-343-8989

    http://www.tedbaker.com Appreciators of Ted Baker's cheerily striped blazer linings and button-downs should be pleasedathe new shop in Soho will provide a wider selection of both, as well as the well-cut women's dresses and watches for both sexes. More >>

  • Temperley

    453 Broome St. New York, NY 10013
    212-219-2929

    http://www.temperleylondon.com Elleas 2004 Young Designer of the Year, Alice Temperely crafts feminine, flouncy dresses with intricate adornmentsalace, sequins, flowey chiffon layers and glitter. More >>

  • Timberland

    474 Broadway New York, NY 10013
    646-613-7292

    http://www.timberland.com It's mildly amusing that Timberland, with its no-nonsense utility footwear, has a shop on Madison Avenue. Despite the high-fashion spin, Timberland continues to offer classic, durable shoes that will see you through many a harsh city winter, as well as some equally durable, though not-so-chic, clothing. More >>

  • Todd Oldham by La-Z-Boy

    73 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-4908

    http://www.la-z-boy.com Former runway designer and MTV "House of Style" kitsch guru Todd Oldham now focuses on revamping La-Z-Boy's frumpy image, with his own line of hip sofas, chairs, tables, rugs, and accessories for the company. This is the first and only store solely devoted to Todd Oldham's designs, which price in a little higher than regular La-Z-Boy fare: Sofas start at $800. More >>

  • Topshop

    478 Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-966-9555

    http://www.topshop.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/TopCategoriesDisplay?storeId=12556&catalogId=33057

  • TSE Cashmere

    120 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012
    212-925-2520

    http://www.tsecashmere.com Cashmere from Augustine Tse (pronounced "say") is still the sweater of choice for socialities and high-powered fashion editors alikeait's supposed to pill significantly less than other cashmeres, thus you pay significantly more for it, we suppose. More >>

  • Union

    176 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-8493

    http://www.unionyc.com Skater heads that refuse to take but one step into Soho these days make the exception for Union, their pit stop on the way to Recon and SSUR Plus. The longtime streetwear store on Spring has been around since 1989 (doesnat seem that long ago, does it?), selling printed t-shirts and Rogan jeans to a loyal clientele. More >>

  • Uniqlo

    Uniqlo

    546 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    917-237-8800

  • USM Modular Furniture

    28-30 Greene St. New York, NY 10013
    212-274-1910

  • Utrecht Art Supplies

    148 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10013
    212-431-3864

    http://www.utrechtart.com

  • Versani

    152 Mercer St. New York, NY 10012
    212-941-7770

    http://www.versani.com Versani sells shapely gold and sterling silver jewelryaseveral pieces have swaths of denim or even snakeskin inserted into the metal. The storeas booming motto: astay cool, be strong.a More >>

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