Where To Go Shopping In New York

Where To Go Shopping In New York

 

New York definitely has something special about it. Often feeling like you're on a movie set, especially around Times Square, it seems only natural that one should dress for the part. But where to shop? What district to start in? How to get there? Look no further. Below you have Shopikon's top favorites to help you in your time of retail need. Whether you're looking for high-end fashion outlets, old school suit tailors or up and coming artisan designers, you're sure to find something that takes your fancy from the list below. Likewise, take a look at the many design, homeware and book shops in the city. 

 

  1. Black Gold

    Great coffee shops reflect their owners, and Black Gold’s intricate eccentricities fit owners Sommer Foster-Santoro and Jeff Ogiba perfectly. Antique taxidermy badgers and birds overlook worn wooden tea crates stuffed with…

    461 Court Street, 11231 Brooklyn

  2. Assembly New York

    Where to begin with Assembly? Literally that may be the first thought you have when you walk through and wonder what to try on first. Exciting textures will have you drifting slowly through the store touching every item, stopping…

    170 Ludlow Street, 10002 New York

  3. Surreal Eyewear

    Surreal Eyewear is not your typical glasses shop. Customers don’t simply walk in, pick out a pair of frames and order them in their size, explains owner Oleg Rabinovich. “We sit you down and we fit you,” he says, highlighting that…

    70 Greenwich Avenue, 10011 New York

  4. Good Records NYC

    The owner of Good Records, Jonathan Sklute, started out collecting records on his own as a hobby and when he decided to give up his career in finance, the store seemed like a natural next step. This being New York, there is a…

    218 East 5th Street, 10003 New York

  5. H.P.F, Christopher

    H.P.F., Christopher is the stateside flagship boutique for H.P.France, a brand that curates and promotes independent designers from around the world. With its foray into the American market, H.P.F., Christopher brings its European…

    98 Christopher Street, 10014 New York

  6. Henry's

    When entrepreneur Henry Glucroft moved to Bushwick, the options for quality wine and liquor were scarce. He started by opening a cafe in the neighborhood before deciding to open Henry's in 2013 to provide a better selection of…

    69 Central Avenue, 11206 Brooklyn

  7. Rizzoli

    Rizzoli has finally arrived on Broadway. The New York institution shuttered its famed 57th Street location only to reinvent and reopen in a historic building in Manhattan's NoMad neighborhood. Since its establishment in 1964, the…

    1133 Broadway, 10010 New York

  8. Ten Thousand Things

    Named after the Tao Te Ching, a visit to this Tribeca jewelry shop is indeed almost a spiritual experience. The minimalist, wooden decor is offset by the elaborate intricacy of its beautifully handcrafted jewelry, each piece more…

    7 Harrison Street, 10013 New York

  9. 7115 by Szeki

    7115 by Szeki was conceived from a desire to craft high quality wardrobe essentials featuring timeless designs and eye catching detail. Each piece is designed by Szeki Chan herself, a Hong Kong native whose background in design…

    157 Rivington Street, 10002 New York

  10. Pilgrim

    Pilgrim is a vintage style maven's mecca. The Lower East Side shop opened in 2009 and features a stellar collection of clothing, jewelry, handbags and accessories that has become a major source of design and editorial…

    70 Orchard Street, 10002 New York