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Chanel

Inspired by the No 5. perfume bottle, this multilevel store is the iconic French brand's retail home base in New York City. It's all here: Bags, footwear, clothing, jewelry, watches, makeup, and perfume.

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Club Monaco

Their latest (and by far best) branch, in a landmark firehouse on Columbus Avenue, features their reliably sleek clothing as well as some chic home goods.

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Jimmy Choo

This British footwear line made its name turning out razor-sharp stiletto styles but now offers shoes of all types (and heel heights). Its bags are a hit—particularly the oversize "Ramona" handbag.

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Kenneth Cole

An oasis of calm amid the chaos of Fifth Avenue, this Kenneth Cole store is easily the largest in the city. Shoes dominate downstairs; head to the second floor for clothing.

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Louis Vuitton

Sheathed in a slick frosted-glass exterior, this giant Louis Vuitton punctuates the city's famously posh 57th Street and Fifth Avenue shopping intersection. It's a giant clubhouse of all things LV, from the "Neverfull" all-purpose monogram leather bag to bright charm bracelets.

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Manolo Blahnik

The now ubiquitous strappy, toothpick-thin heel was popularized by this Canary Islands-born designer. Though Blahnik's shoes are as posh as it gets, they also have a tastefully understated quality—as does his off-the-beaten-path boutique.

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Searle

It started out making timelessly chic coats and has since expanded into a full-fledged chainlet selling everything from Walter dresses to Magaschoni tops. This Madison Avenue shop is its flagship—it has a slick black-and-white color scheme and two sprawling floors connected by a sweeping circular staircase.

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Yves Saint Laurent

There are two Manhattan locations of this ultra-glam French line to choose from, but we prefer the Upper East Side outpost. It's smaller (it doesn't sell menswear), and lots of attention is focused on the things we're most concerned with: namely, bags and shoes.

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Montmartre

The most under-the-radar of the New York City chainlets is Montmartre, which is named for the hilly, scenic Parisian neighborhood. We're especially fond of the Columbus Circle shop, which stocks winning selections from Nanette Lepore, Milly, and Alice + Olivia.

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Wink

Now with three locations across the city, this accessories powerhouse serves up playful, reasonably priced pieces, from bright enameled bangles to acrylic-gem-studded headbands.

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