• New York, New York - Shopping

    The guide was updated: 2014-07-28

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Erik Daniel Drost
Shopping

Midtown

If you’re able to tear yourself away from Macy’s, there are retail shops of all kinds as far as the eye can see in this neighborhood. Walk uptown and cross over to 5th Ave to see the shops grow increasingly delectable and exclusive towards Saks Fifth Ave.
Chinatown/Canal Street

Chinatown/Canal Street

Bustle through the street stalls to find bargain versions of top designer handbags, shoes, watches, and perfumes. Always haggle for a better price. Wander deeper into Chinatown to find more unusual goods.
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Soho/Prince Street

The most stylish of neighborhoods for expensive designer goods and unbeatable window-shopping. Once the home of New York’s bohemian artist community, today a loft in SoHo sells for millions.
Lower East Side/St. Marks Ave

Lower East Side/St. Marks Ave

Every designer boutique you encounter is hipper than the next. Vintage clothing is displayed and sold with equal measures of style. And it’s not a bad place to stop for a trendy haircut or a cup of coffee either.
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Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market

Browse for antiques, dresses and shoes from the past century at the weekend street flea market in Hell’s Kitchen. Rain or shine. Not old junk, but priceless relics. There are also several flea markets in the region of Sixth Ave and 26th Street.
Macy’s

Macy’s

Macy’s is the world’s largest department store, with seven floors of merchandise covering an entire city block. Even if your friends aren't interested in shopping you can always tempt them with the historical sight, the original wooden escalators, from 1902, that are still in use today.
Saks Fifth Avenue

Saks Fifth Avenue

At Saks Fifth Avenue you can revel in ten floors of world famous luxury goods. Have a break in the 8th floor café.
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Bloomingdale's

Designers share floor space with mid-priced labels since 1886 in this art deco landmark building, housing one of the world’s most famous department stores. You will most likely find something here to bring back home in "the little brown bag".
B&H Photo Video and Pro Audio

B&H Photo Video and Pro Audio

B&H Photo Video and Pro Audio has been around since 1973 and serves the New Yorkers and visitors with the latest technology. This world-class store run by Hasidic Jews and therefore, the opening hours might vary from other shops.
FAO Schwarz

FAO Schwarz

For the child in everyone, visit FAO Schwarz. Used for the movie "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York," FAO Schwarz is toy heaven. Enjoy losing yourself among the toys and being a kid again.
Journeys

Journeys

When visiting New York, a necessary thing is comfortable shoes. At Journeys, you'll find all the trendy sneakers and shoes from brands like Vans, Adidas, Converse and New Balance and you find their shops on three locations on Manhattan.
Century 21 Department Store

Century 21 Department Store

Century 21 Department Store has some of the best discounts on clothing you can find anywhere. New shipments are brought in daily. While visiting New York, be sure to stop in and see how much you can save on a new touring outfit.
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Bergdorf Goodman

Bergdorf Goodman is one of New York City's quintessential shops. Loaded with designer clothing as well as unique offerings from not yet well known artists and designers, it is a must visit. Be sure to stock up on the season's latest trends.
Tiffany & Co.

Tiffany & Co.

If for no other reason than as homage to Audrey Hepburn and Truman Capote's famous novel "Breakfast at Tiffany's," visit Tiffany & Co.'s flagship New York City store. Inside you will see why people love Tiffany's. From diamonds to sapphires to simple charms and necklaces, Tiffany's jewelry and accessories will certainly enchant you.
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The Strand

For bibliophiles who still love to hold a book in their hands, the Strand is one of the last great bookstores in Union Squares. The Strand boasts over 18 miles of books all available for your perusal. Upstairs are fashion and art books; downstairs are the books straight from the hands of some of the world's most well known book critics.
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Apple

If you're looking to check out the latest in technology, visit Apple's store on Fifth Avenue. It's open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and feature the latest gadgets from the technology giant. Store events and workshops to learn more about Apple products and features are offered daily.
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8th Street and St. Mark's Place

For a chic and affordable clothes, visit 8th Street and St. Mark's Place. The entire area is full of unique shops that feature a variety of items. Pick up some vintage jewelry and a new outfit for your stay in New York City.
Epaulet New York

Epaulet New York

Epaulet New York is a designer men's clothing store in a city that caters to women's fashion. Special order clothing, driving gloves, dapper shoes, and a variety of other clothes can be found inside. For a man who wants to look dashing, Epaulet is a perfect place to begin shopping. There are two locations: Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Dalaga NYC

Dalaga NYC

Dalaga NYC is one of New York City's hidden gems. The boutique has been well recognized throughout the city. Offering fantastic jewelry, dresses, and accessories, Dalaga NYC is a must-stop when it comes to the latest in fashion.
The Brooklyn Kitchen

The Brooklyn Kitchen

If you love to cook, Brooklyn Kitchen is the shop for you. The is filled with a unique plethora of cooking instruments, cookbooks, knives, and everything you need to bake, cook, roast, barbecue, and manage a kitchen. Consider signing up for a cooking or instruction class while visiting and picking up a new espresso machine or blender.
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Erie Basin

Focusing on antique and vintage jewelry, Erie Basin has unique pieces that you have never seen before. Some of their inventory features stunning emerald pieces dating back to the 1920's, Victorian era rings, and quaint diamond rings. Stop in and see what treasures you may find.
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