New York Shopping Guide

Big Chains and Single Labels

Miu Miu

The younger, lower-priced offshoot of Prada mixes sporty and feminine influences (and right now is turning out some pretty incredible bags).
100 Prince St. (between Mercer and Greene Sts.), 212-334-5156, miumiu.com for more information

Products: Women's Clothing, Shoes, Bags
Type of Store: Boutique

Rebecca Taylor

We're huge fans of her clothes—soft dresses and floaty tops that are frilly and feminine but still so wearable. You'll find the full collection at their Nolita boutique.
260 Mott St. (between Houston and Prince Sts.), 212-966-0406, rebeccataylor.com

Products: Women's Clothing
Type of Store: Boutique

Reiss

This London import is an unfailingly trend-nailing resource for work-to-cocktail-hour dresses, elegant coats, and dressed-up sweaters.
387 W. Broadway (between Spring and Broome Sts.), 212-925-5707, reiss.co.uk for more information

Products: Women's Clothing
Type of Store: Boutique

Scoop

This 10,000-square-foot mega-Scoop (the largest in the city) spans an entire block, from Broadway to Mercer Street.
473-475 Broadway (between Broome and Grand Sts.), 212-925-3539, scoopnyc.com

Products: Denim, Lingerie/Loungewear, Swimwear, Women's Clothing, Shoes, Bags, Jewelry, Beauty
Type of Store: Boutique

Sigerson Morrison and Belle

Sigerson's main store—which, with its white tiles and alabaster walls, has the bright, clean feel of a spa—stocks its much-loved downtown-elegant shoes; its lower-priced Belle line is located around the corner in a new stand-alone boutique.
Sigerson Morrison: 28 Prince St. (between Mott and Elizabeth Sts.), 212-219-3893;
Belle: 242 Mott St. (between Houston and Prince Sts.), 212-941-5404,

sigersonmorrison.com

Products: Shoes
Type of Store: Boutique, Designer Discount

Tory Burch

Tory Burch is fast building an empire with her preppy-glam pieces, which often have a Palm Beach-in-the-1960s look.
257 Elizabeth St. (between Houston and Prince Sts.), 212-334-3000, toryburch.com

Products: Women's Clothing, Shoes, Bags, Jewelry
Type of Store: Boutique

Urban Outfitters

U.O. was the clothier of hipsters before the term even existed. This branch, its original Manhattan location, has recently expanded to accommodate a wide range of their streetwise basics and runway-influenced separates.
628 Broadway (between Houston and Bleecker Sts.), 212-475-0009, urbanoutfitters.com

Products: Denim, Lingerie/Loungewear, Swimwear, Women's Clothing, Shoes, Bags, Jewelry, Beauty, Decorative/Lighting, Furniture, Linens, Tabletop, Books/Stationery, Gifts/Design
Type of Store: Boutique

Zero Maria Cornejo

Now two locations strong—including a gigantic store on Bleecker—Zero + Maria Cornejo continues to turn out strongly cut, highly conceptual tulip-shaped dresses and cropped jackets. It's rare that the Chilean-born designer ever uses a print or pattern, focusing instead on intensive draping, which means that while many items look confusing on the hanger, they're extraordinarily cool to wear. 33 Bleecker St. NOHO 212-925-3849; 807 Greenwich St. WEST VILLAGE 212-620-0460, zeromariacornejo.com for more information

Annelore

A Lucky favorite since its inception in 2002, this shop's namesake line has a retro undercurrent. The collection is imbued with a romantic Eastern European influence: Jumpers are made from men's twill suiting, and Prussian-floral-print dresses feature pristine white French cuffs.
636 Hudson St. (at Horatio St.), 212-255-5574

Products: Women's Clothing
Type of Store: Boutique

Balenciaga

Revered for its handbags, particularly its soft, slouchy, insanely popular goat-leather "Motorcycle" satchel; the full range of bags is found here, alongside clothing and shoes.
542 W. 22nd St. (between 10th and 11th Aves.), 212-206-0872, balenciaga.com for more information

Products: Women's Clothing, Shoes, Bags, Jewelry
Type of Store: Boutique
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