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Zara

Its downtown locations seem to get more attention, and that's fine by us: It means the Lexington Avenue shop has less-picked-over merchandise and fewe…

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Anthropologie

With its two levels, stunning Fez-meets-Florence interior, and seemingly endless amounts of antique-influenced clothing, accessories, and housewares,…

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Banana Republic

If you want more of Banana Republic, the Rockefeller Center flagship won't disappoint. It's done up with art deco details and has three massive floors…

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Gap

Smack in the center of the retail action on Fifth Avenue is Gap's most atmospheric NYC branch, and it has a huge stand-alone section for the (Product)…

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J.Crew

It's tough to pick the best J.Crew in town, but after much research, we concluded that this Rockefeller Center space, with its slate floors and mansio…

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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, footw…

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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 go…

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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…

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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 sec…

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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 interse…

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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, t…

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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 t…

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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 s…

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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 fo…

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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 acr…

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