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  • Victoria Keen

    357 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012
    212-473-1412

    http://www.victoriakeen.com/shop/ Sure, Parsons grad Victoria Keen is a designer--but even more so, she's a textile artist, silkscreening her trademark vivid spirals on jersey knits she later fashions into tube dresses, tees, and blazers. Her shop is a massive loft on Lafayette, with her easily recognizable handiwork in the window. Look for sales racks of her merchandise (she courageously places them outside her window) come end of summer. More >>

  • Vilebrequin

    436 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-431-0673

    http://www.vilebrequin.com The boldly printed swimsuits for men (and boys) that are Vilebrequin's stock-in-trade will make you crave a perfect body, a perfect tan, and a jaunt to St. Tropez. These suits are fashionable without being too fey, and don't worry about the European sensibility; the cuts are conservative enough to suit American palates. These are the first bathing suits I have encountered that are cute enough to make the usually horrifying idea of stripping down in public seem almost appealing. More >>

  • Vosges Haut Chocolat

    Vosges Haut Chocolat

    132 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-625-2929

    http://www.vosgeschocolate.com Treating chocolate as some sort of new yuppy cultural worldview, Vosges Haut claims to bring together East and West, making fusion truffles (with surprise ingredients like wasabi, curry, paprika and chili peppers), sponsoring yoga and meditation classes and selling suspiciously pricey clothes ($90 for a cotton nightgown, $495 a leather biker jacket). All candies are packaged in purple. More >>

  • Waterworks

    475 Broome St. New York, NY 10013
    212-966-0605

    http://www.waterworks.com I don't know how they manage to imbue the utilitarian (shower curtains, sinks) and the useless (brushed aluminum apothecary jars) with such a strong sense of beauty and purpose here. If mine weren't such a typical New York bathroom (hideous tile, peeling grout, low ceiling, and bad lighting) I would be tempted to stock up. Until I get my hands on that Tribeca loft, though, I can daydream. More >>

  • Western Spirit

    395 Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-343-1476

    http://www.westernspiritny.com We already knew that, trends be damned, nothing is cooler than an urban cowboy. If you're really going for something authentic, head to Western Spirit for some serious boots, shirts, belt buckles, and all the other stuff hipsters are sporting unironically these days. More >>

  • What Comes Around Goes Around

    351 W. Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-343-9303

    http://www.whatgoesaroundnyc.com How much are you willing to spend on the perfect pair of vintage Levis? $75? $200? $1500? Well look no further for perfection than What Comes Around Goes Around; just know that it can come with a hefty price. They also carry a wide range of nondenim clothes; is couture calling your name? More >>

  • Wolford Boutique

    122 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-0808

    http://www.wolford.com This Austrian lingerie line is sleek, businesslike, and free of complicated, improbable underwear contraptions. Prices are a bit severe. More >>

  • Yamamoto Yohji

    103 Grand St. New York, NY 10013
    212-966-9066

    http://yohjiyamamoto.co.jp You wish that you were this cool, and I hate to break it to you, but chances are, you aren't. Located on the very fringes of Soho, like an afterthought, the Yohji Yamamoto store is just sort of there, doing its thing; Yohji doesn't need a lot of high-concept architecture (take that, Miuccia!) to get people interested in his clothes. More >>

  • Yellow Rat Bastard

    Yellow Rat Bastard

    483 Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-925-4377

    http://www.yrbnyc.com Although Yellow Rat Bastard no longer showcases little live rats in its front window (the gimmick repelled more shoppers than it attracted), the store still sells the kind of clothes and accessories that say, aI am not squeamish!a Perfect for teenagers who not only have attitude, but use that word frequently, YRB sells aKiss My Assa belt buckles ($15), zip-up hooded dresses ($92) and neon Converse high-tops, sold in the hard-to-find aGotha style ($38). More >>

  • Zara

    580 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-343-1725

    http://www.zara.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/worldwide A classier, Spanish version of H&M, Zara sells trendy, inexpensive clothes for fashionable women on a budget. Business ladies should check out Zaraas suitsathe sleek cuts hug the curves better than Ann Tayloras. However, the menas selection of pants and shirts, often made from synthetic fibers, clings oddly and unflatteringly, so avoid it, unless the Eurotrash look is your thing. More >>

  • Zeba

    69 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-8899

    http://www.zebaworld.com Indiaas leading home brand, Zeba sells hand-knotted carpets and dhurries, as well as colorful and geometric linens, pillows, flat-weave floor coverings and drapes. More than 20 branches worldwide. More >>

  • Zoolook

    399 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-431-9431

    Most of the dresses here are strapless, glazed in a subtle, crinkly gauze and offered in an expansive rainbow of colors (about four different shades of hot pink). The staff is slavishly helpful and will customize any item for free. The least expensive dress in the shop is $590. More >>

  • Zutto Japanese Restaurant

    Zutto Japanese Restaurant

    77 Hudson St. New York, NY 10013-2866
    212-233-3287

    http://www.zuttonyc.com Zutto was one of Tribeca’s earliest sushi restaurants, but what makes it special these days is its new ramen menu. Try traditional tonkotsu ramen, with thick and cream-colored broth that’s deeply concentrated with marrow, and served with firm noodles, tender pork jowl, fermented bamboo shoots, wood ear mushrooms, and pickled ginger. Or go with the wild card “parma-karma” ramen, enriched even further with Parmigiano-Reggiano, roasted garlic, and rosemary. The big steamed buns with short rib or wagyu beef, and a cold Japanese beer are the best way to start. More >>

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