Lucky Magazine: Buried deep inside Billy Reid's dark, wood-paneled flagship is his refreshingly un-prissy women's line, complete with his signature tailored trenches, crisp shirtdresses and woolen coats.
Lucky Magazine: Duo is an homage to both the past and patriotism. The store favors emerging local designers who produce in the U.S., as well as vintage staples like a khaki anorak and brown leather ankle boots.
Lingerie Store · Union Square · 21 tips and reviews
Lucky Magazine: Helpful staffers help navigate the luxurious selection of cream eyelet bralettes, silky candy-colored boy-shorts and black lace underwire bras; the fluffy robe and chocolates add to the boudoir feel.
Lucky Magazine: The functional and the pretty converge at this haven, where sleek dark wood side tables, agate crystal coasters, and oversize embroidered pillows are all artfully crafted and often locally produced.
Lucky Magazine: Wit abounds at this appointment-and-weekends-only storefront that's part cheeky art gallery, part eclectic rare book dealer and part eccentric lifestyle shop—put together by the amazing mind of Spade.
Lucky Magazine: Australian designer Emma Fletcher brings Tocca's ready-to-wear line back to life with a collection of proper lacy blouses, high-waisted silk scalloped shorts and woolly double-breasted swing coats.
Thrift / Vintage Store · East Village · 27 tips and reviews
Lucky Magazine: This consignment mecca packs a serious stockpile of high-end, gently used designer everything. Recent spottings include a pebbled Chanel wallet and a sharp-shouldered leather Balmain jacket.