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Opening Ceremony
A veritable cultural center for fashionistas, this emporium features a revolving showcase of up-and-coming designers from around the world, one country at a time. Currently on deck: the USA, with New York’s fashion jocks battling Los Angeles’ for gold. Note to Wong Kar-wai fans: The store is selling a My Blueberry Nights T-shirt set designed in collaboration with the filmmaker.
35 Howard St, 212-219-2688

 

Secondhand Rose
Interior designers around the world know about Secondhand Rose, and if you like wallpaper, you should too. Stocking thousands of original vintage patterns (hand-painted! flocked! foil!), the store is said to house the world’s largest collection. You’ll also find a trove of linoleum, lamps, furniture, pottery and more.
138 Duane St, 212-393-9002

 

The Working Class Emporium
If you find the assortment of antique dinnerware, perfume bottles, assorted haberdashery, fireman’s jackets, pillows, and other home accessories here alluringly creative, that’s because Working Class also happens to be an ad agency, whose office is just downstairs from the store.
168 Duane St, 212-941-1199

 

Issey Miyake
The stunning flagship Miyake store, designed by none other than architecture rock star Frank Gehry, is almost as beautiful to look at as the clothes it houses. You’ll find the full swathe of Miyake genius here, including his men’s and women’s ready-to-wear lines; his fragrances; and his A-POC, Féte, and HaaT collections.
119 Hudson Street, 212-226-0100

 

Edon Manor
Designers like Vivienne Westwood and Givenchy (and cult brands such as Alaia) reign supreme at this high-end shoe boutique, where sexy couture kicks are displayed amid piles of books and antique armoires. Inside scoop: The shop’s airy interior evokes the country home of owner Davinia Wang’s family—which also happens to share this boutique’s name.
391 Greenwich Street, 212-431-3890

 

Sweet Lily Spa
Pamper yourself at this diminutive spa, which offers basic treatments—manis, pedis, and waxing—with some luxe twists. A honey-walnut manicure leaves your hands silky smooth, and a pedicure includes indulgent skin soothers like coconut and pineapple. Relax in a rustic rocking chair while you wait for your perfectly painted digits to dry.
222 West Broadway, 212-925-5441

 

Urban Archaeology
Whether your tastes run toward Gothic, Art Deco or contemporary, you’ll dig the home furnishings at this eclectic shop. In addition to new wares, the store showcases salvaged goods: antiques that have been rescued from urban sites and are looking for new homes. A large gate from a Pennsylvania bank vault can be had for $27,500.
143 Franklin Street, 212-431-4646

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