FASH­ION & JEW­ELRY

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40NINE WATCH

This color­ful time­piece pur­veyor spe­cial­izes in sporty watches for men and women. Danielle B Jewel­ers, 871 Sev­enth Ave., 212-459-1400; teno.com

ALEXANDER WANG

Min­i­mal and cool, Alexander Wang’s Soho out­post is the ul­ti­mate des­ti­na­tion for all things haute, draw­ing in­spi­ra­tion from grunge and French chic for that cov­etable down­town look. 103 Grand St., 212-977-9683; alexan­der­wang.com

ANNE FON­TAINE

This Parisian de­signer is fa­mous for her es­sen­tial wear-ev­ery­where white shirt. 837 Madi­son Ave., 212-988-8081; 610 Fifth Ave., 212-489-1554; an­ne­fontaine.com

AQUATALIA

Fash­ion dar­lings like The Glam­ourai’s Kelly Framel and royal style-maven Kate Middleton rely on Cre­ative Di­rec­tor Ed­mundo Castillo for weath­er­proof and stain-re­sis­tant shoes and boots to fin­ish off the per­fect wardrobe. Their men’s se­lec­tion is off the charts, too. 965 Madi­son Ave., 646-677-5555; aquatalia.com

AQUAZZURA

Edgardo Osorio’s color­ful, ul­tra-glam footwear—like his sig­na­ture Sexy Thing booties and Christy flats—is hav­ing a ma­jor mo­ment, and his Madi­son Av­enue bou­tique pro­vides the per­fect back­drop, with graphic stripes, strik­ing col­umns, and beau­ti­ful mar­ble. IN­SIDER TIP: The #Aquaz­zu­ramini was an­nounced on In­sta­gram, al­low­ing girls to be just like Mommy with minia­ture ver­sions of Aquazzura’s cov­eted shoes. 939 Madi­son Ave., 347-328-0080; aquazzura.com

ARMARIUM

Make like a fash­ion in­sider and browse a cu­rated se­lec­tion of must-have pieces (like an off-the-run­way Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo dress or one-of-a-kind minaudière) that are avail­able to rent. The store’s knowl­edge­able founders, Alexan­dra Lind Rose and Tr­isha Gregory, are in­dus­try vet­er­ans with decades of ex­pe­ri­ence be­tween them. 1 E. 52nd St., 646-580-7464; armarium.com

AURÉLIE BIDERMANN

This French jew­eler re­cently opened a bou­tique on Madi­son Av­enue with an ex­clu­sive cap­sule col­lec­tion. The new shop is brim­ming with both her fash­ion and high jew­elry, in­spired by leaves, shells, and an­i­mals. 957 Madi­son Ave., 212-628-2125; 265 Lafayette St., 212-335-0604; au­re­liebi­der­mann.com

BALMAIN

A-lis­ters like Allison Wil­liams and Naomi Watts and mod­els like Jour­dan Dunn and Rosie Hunt­ing­ton-white­ley are fans of Olivier Rouste­ing’s glam pieces, which range from cut-out tops to color­ful body-con­scious dresses. 100 Wooster St., 212-966-4200; balmain.com

BAR­NEYS NEW YORK

The lux­ury re­tailer re­turns to its orig­i­nal 1920s home in Chelsea with a 55,000-square-foot, five-floor flag­ship. 660 Madi­son Ave., 212-826-8900; 101 Sev­enth Ave., 646-264-6400; 2151 Broad­way, 646-335-0978; bar­neys.com

BERGDORF GOOD­MAN

This New York in­sti­tu­tion isn’t just about lux­ury fash­ion (though ob­vi­ously there’s plenty of that): It of­fers per­sonal styling ses­sions from ex­perts like 30-year veteran (and Chanel bag en­thu­si­ast) Alla Prokopov, a John Bar­rett sa­lon on the pent­house floor, and pic­turesque views of Cen­tral Park from its res­tau­rant de­signed by Kelly Wearstler. IN­SIDER TIP: Want to be the first to know about the ar­rival of new Chanel ac­ces­sories? Get on Joseph Costello’s emails for hard-to-find run­way pieces and one-of-a-kind clas­sics. Women’s Store, 754 Fifth Ave., 212-753-7300; Men’s Store, 745 Fifth Ave., 212-753-7300; bergdor­f­good­man.com

BLUE & CREAM

Jef­frey Gold­stein du­pli­cated the ex­pe­ri­ence of his Hamp­tons out­post for Man­hat­tan shop­pers, of­fer­ing a unique prod­uct mix for men and women like Illesteva sun­nies and Syd­ney Evan jew­elry. There are also pieces from the brand’s pri­vate la­bel and fem­i­nine looks from Zim­mer­man. 1 E. First St., 212-533-3088; blue­and­cream.com

BOT­TEGA VENETA

As a pre­cur­sor to the open­ing of its first New York Mai­son store, this Ital­ian pow­er­house just moved into a sprawl­ing Madi­son Av­enue lo­ca­tion. 650 Madi­son Ave., 212-371-5511; Brook­field Place, 225 Lib­erty St., 212-271-2626; bot­te­gaveneta.com

BROOK­FIELD PLACE

This re­tail mecca is all about one-stop shop­ping, with All Saints, Bot­tega Veneta, Ermenegildo Zegna, Gucci, Her­mès Par­fumerie, Saks Fifth Av­enue, Smyth­son, Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo, The­ory, and Tory Burch. Din­ing op­tions in­clude au­then­tic French mar­ket­place Le District and Amer­i­can saloon P.J. Clarke’s. 230 Ve­sey St., 212-978-1698; brook­field­pla­ceny.com

BROOKS BROTH­ERS

De­sign dar­ling Zac Posen lends ex­per­tise to clas­sic Amer­i­can sports­wear as the brand’s cre­ative di­rec­tor. 1180 Madi­son Ave., 212-2895027; 1270 Av­enue of the Amer­i­cas, 212-247-9374; 346 Madi­son Ave., 212-682-8800; brooks­broth­ers.com

BRUNELLO CUCINELLI

Leonardo Dicaprio and Prince Wil­liam are fans of this lux­ury Ital­ian la­bel’s stream­lined shapes in min­eral shades. 379 Bleecker St., 212-6279202; 683 Madi­son Ave., 212-813-0900; 134 Greene St., 212-334-1010; brunel­locucinelli.com

CALVIN KLEIN

The Amer­i­can brand’s col­lec­tions bring moder­nity to a whole new level, and thanks to a global ad cam­paign

boast­ing icons like Kate Moss and Grace Cod­ding­ton and of-the-mo­ment mod­els like Bella Ha­did, it’s a proven sta­ple among the stylish and fash­ion­for­ward. 654 Madi­son Ave., 212292-9000; calvin­klein.com

CANALI

The choice for lead­ing men from the big screen to city streets, Canali spe­cial­izes in made-to-mea­sure menswear. 625 Madi­son Ave., 212-752-3131; canali.com

CAROLINA HER­RERA

El­e­gant sil­hou­ettes get pops of color in the iconic de­signer’s jewel box of a bou­tique. 802 Madi­son Ave., 212-7442076; car­oli­na­her­rera.com

CARTIER

Af­ter a ma­jor ren­o­va­tion spear­headed by in­te­rior de­signer Thierry De­spont, the re­vamped man­sion is ex­quis­ite. It fea­tures leather up­hol­stered walls and a stair­case con­nect­ing all four floors of the 44,100-square-foot space. IN­SIDER TIP: Among the many of­fer­ings—sig­na­ture pieces, high jew­elry, ac­ces­sories, and col­lectible watches—the just-re­leased Pan­thère de Cartier watch is the most sough-af­ter item. 653 Fifth Ave., 212-446-3400; 828 Madi­son Ave., 212-472-6400; cartier.us

CÉLINE

Pur­veyor of all things sleek and min­i­mal, Phoebe Philo’s de­signs are for the chic set. 870 Madi­son Ave., 212-535-3703; 67 Wooster St., 212-226-8001; ce­line.com

DAVID ALAN JEW­ELRY

This ap­point­ment-only jew­eler is per­fect for help­ing find and craft stun­ning pieces for any oc­ca­sion. 2 W. 45th St., 212-382-1410; davi­dalan­jew­elry.com

DAVID YURMAN

The fash­ion jew­elry brand does ever fresher takes on its clas­sic ca­ble and chevron pat­terns, from ev­ery­day bracelets to en­gage­ment rings and elab­o­rate pavé de­signs. 712 Madi­son Ave., 212-752-4255; 114 Prince St., 212-343-7918; davidyur­man.com

DE BEERS DI­A­MOND JEWELLERS

Each De Beers di­a­mond is beau­ti­ful, rare, and re­spon­si­bly sourced. 716 Madi­son Ave., 212-906-0001; de­beers.com

DE GRISOGONO

Founder and Cre­ative Di­rec­tor Fawaz Gru­osi cre­ates pieces that con­trast gen­er­ous vol­umes with sen­sual lines. 824 Madi­son Ave., 212-439-4220; de­griso­gono.com

DOLCE & GAB­BANA

Domenico Dolce and Ste­fano Gab­bana’s take on Ital­ian glam­our has been at the fore­front of fash­ion since the brand’s es­tab­lish­ment in 1984. 717 Fifth Ave., 212-897-9653; Woman’s Bou­tique, 827 Madi­son Ave., 212-2494100; Chil­dren’s Bou­tique, 820 Madi­son Ave., 646-767-9171; dol­cegab­bana.com

DOVER STREET MAR­KET

The fash­ion re­tail space of­fers mul­ti­ple floors with an eclec­tic at­mos­phere and trendy pieces to match the art gallery­like aes­thetic. IN­SIDER TIP: The ro­tat­ing clothing in­stal­la­tions are al­ways timely. Visit now for the Comme des Garçons in­stal­la­tion by Rei Kawakubo, who is also be­ing hon­ored at the Met’s Cos­tume In­sti­tute. 160 Lex­ing­ton Ave., 646-837-7750; dover­street­mar­ket.com

DSQUARED2

The brand’s fash­ion-for­ward styles have ap­peared ev­ery­where from Madonna’s mu­sic videos to cat­walks all over the globe. 402 W. Broad­way, 212-966-3487; dsquared2.com

EDON MANOR

State­ment-mak­ing shoes from Paul An­drew and Alexan­dre Bir­man, bags by Lan­vin and Givenchy, small leather goods from de­sign dar­ling Alexander Wang, and so much more make up an ac­ces­sories-lover’s dream at the English manor-in­spired bou­tique, which is in­fused with a dreamy pal­ette of nudes, ivory, and blush tones. 391 Green­wich St., 212-431-3890; edon­manor.com

ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA

The lux­ury Ital­ian la­bel of­fers men’s clothing, tai­lored suits, shoes, ac­ces­sories, and fra­grances. 663 Fifth Ave., 212-421-4488; zegna.com

ESCADA

Ef­fort­less glam­our and mod­ern fem­i­nin­ity are at the core of the Ger­man-based women’s brand. 7 E. 55th St., 212-755-2200; us.escada.com

FIVESTORY

Housed in a brown­stone on the Up­per East Side, the three-story bou­tique founded by Claire Ol­shan (and her fa­ther, Fred Dis­ten­feld) will wel­come two new floors (with evening­wear, an up­dated shoe sa­lon, and an event space) in June to cel­e­brate its fifth an­niver­sary. 18 E. 69th St., 212-8881338; fivesto­ryny.com

GIVENCHY

Ric­cardo Tisci’s vi­sion of the mai­son brings a dose of ur­ban luxe to women’s and men’s ready-to-wear and ac­ces­sories. 747 Madi­son Ave., 212-650-0180; givenchy.com

GUCCI

Cre­ative Di­rec­tor Alessan­dro Michele brings a fresh twist to the Ital­ian lux­ury brand with clothes and ac­ces­sories that feel vintage and ref­er­en­tial but also lively and un­mis­tak­ably now. 725 Fifth Ave., 212-826-2600; gucci.com

HER­MÈS

Since 2001, Pierre Hardy has cre­ated jew­elry de­signs that put a mod­ern spin on the brand’s eques­trian her­itage. 691 Madi­son Ave., 212-751-3181; Men’s Store, 690 Madi­son Ave., 212-308-3585; 15 Broad St., 212-785-3030; her­mes.com

INTERMIX

Per­sonal stylists guide shop­pers through a mix of edgy and stylish sar­to­rial and ac­ces­sories de­sign­ers. 98 Prince St., 212-966-5303; 332 Bow­ery, 212-228-8531; 365 Bleecker St., 212-929-7180; 812 Wash­ing­ton St., 646-480-5762; 125 Fifth Ave., 212-533-9720; in­ter­mixon­line.com

IS­ABEL MARANT

The de­signer’s col­lec­tion of French It-girl pieces are set off by the bou­tique’s beau­ti­ful in­stal­la­tions us­ing wood, polyester film, and a mo­tor by sculp­ture artist Arnold Goron. 469 Broome St., 212-219-2284; 23 E. 67th St., 212-249-2019; is­abel­marant.com

JEF­FREY NEW YORK

Man­hat­tan’s style set shops the bou­tique for items from Chris­tian Louboutin, Sa­cai, Kenzo, and more. 449 W. 14th St., 212-206-1272; jef­freynewyork.com

JEN­NIFER FISHER

This celebrity jew­elry de­signer and fash­ion fa­vorite spe­cial­izes in charms, ar­chi­tec­tural cuffs, and stack­able rings. 103 Fifth Ave., 888-255-0640; jen­nifer­fish­er­jew­elry.com

JIMMY CHOO

Choo’s sky-high strappy san­dals may be the most rec­og­niz­able, but the brand’s hand­bags and leather goods are just as cov­eted. 699 Madi­son Ave., 212-759-7078; 645 Fifth Ave., 212-593-0800; 111 Greene St., 347-584-882; jim­my­choo.com

JITROIS

This French house is cel­e­brated for its ex­pert work with lux­ury leathers. 959 Madi­son Ave., 917-239-0933; jitrois.com

JOHN VARVATOS

The de­signer’s love of Mo­tor City rock ’n’ roll is ap­par­ent in his trendy, tai­lored menswear. 765 Madi­son Ave., 212-7602414; john­var­vatos.com

KIRNA ZABÊTE

Founded in 1999, the eclec­tic bou­tique—which re­cently opened a per­ma­nent out­post in East Hamp­ton— fea­tures Beth Buc­cini’s cu­rated fa­vorites, in­clud­ing cut­ting-edge fash­ion from 3.1 Phillip Lim and Vete­ments. 477 Broome St., 212-941-9656; kir­naz­a­bete.com

LALIQUE

The French mas­ter of all things crys­tal con­tin­ues to ex­pand its of­fer­ings. Re­cent high­lights in­clude gor­geous bowls and vases de­signed by the late great Zaha Ha­did. 609 Madi­son Ave., 212-355-6550; lalique.com

LANCIANI TRAVEL JEW­ELRY

Each piece is plated with three lay­ers of yel­low, white, or ox­i­dized gold, and hand set with cu­bic zir­co­nia stones. 826 Lex­ing­ton Ave., 212-832-2092; lanciani.com

LA PERLA

Founded in 1954 by Ital­ian corset­maker Ada Ma­sotti, La Perla now of­fers ev­ery­thing from swimwear to per­fume. 803 Madi­son Ave., 212-570-0050; 434 W. Broad­way, 212-219-0999; laperla.com

LJ CROSS

Jew­eler Lisa Jack­son cre­ates pieces that con­vey laid­back lux­ury. 994 Madi­son Ave., 212-472-5050; ljcrossny.com

LOUIS VUIT­TON

Go for mono­grammed leather bags and lux­ury trunks ga­lore. IN­SIDER TIP: The Soho shop, re­vamped by ar­chi­tect Peter Marino, fea­tures the works of artist Shuji Mukai on dis­play. Flag­ship, 1 E. 57th St., 212-758-8877; 116 Greene St., 212-274-9090; louisvuit­ton.com

MARNI

Con­suelo Castiglioni’s play­ful vi­sion for the Ital­ian la­bel made it a global suc­cess across wom­enswear, menswear, and baubles. 159–161 Mercer St., 212343-3912; 1 Gan­sevoort St., 646-5326015; 21 E. 67th St., 212-257-6907; marni.com

MARYAM NAS­SIR ZADEH

Lo­cated on the Lower East Side, this bou­tique boasts stark white walls that act as a can­vas for the down­town de­signer’s cu­rated se­lec­tion of in­de­pen­dent de­sign­ers, in­sider faves, and her own min­i­mal styles. 123 Nor­folk St., 212-673-6405; mnz­s­tore.com

MICHAEL KORS

Every sea­son caters to the de­signer’s glam, jet-set-chic clien­tele. 601 Fifth Ave., 212-582-2444; michaelkors.com

MISAHARA

De­signer Lepa Galeb-roskopp is in­flu­enced by her mul­ti­cul­tural life­style. The Shops at the Plaza Ho­tel, 1 W. 58th St., 212-371-7050; misahara.com

MODA OPERANDI

Not just for fash­ion in­sid­ers any­more, Moda Operandi’s straight-from-therun­way looks are shop­pable in the on­line re­tailer’s bou­tique. Look for col­lec­tions from March­esa, Jonathan Simkhai, and Emilio Pucci. 24 E. 64th St., 212-727-7120; moda­operandi.com

MONCLER

Thom Browne takes après ski to the next level with mod­ern looks for ladies and gents. 650 Madi­son Ave., 646-7687022; 90 Prince St., 646-350-3620; moncler.com

NORMA KAMALI

The shop fea­tures Kamali’s col­lec­tion as well as an or­ganic café and home and well­ness items. 11 W. 56th St., 212-957-9797; nor­maka­mali.com

OLIVER PEO­PLES

Hail­ing from West Hol­ly­wood, the Cal­i­for­nia-cool de­signs prove to be a main­stay for Man­hat­tan­ites. 366 W. Broad­way, 212-925-5400; 575 Madi­son Ave., 212-593-6135; 812 Madi­son Ave., 212-585-3433; oliv­er­peo­ples.com

OPEN­ING CER­E­MONY

Shop the ex­clu­sive Lit­tle Liffner x Open­ing Cer­e­mony cap­sule col­lec­tion—it’s per­fect for the mod­ern, on-the-go shop­per. 35 Howard St., 212-219-2688; 1190–1192 Broad­way, 646-695-5680; open­ingcer­e­mony.com

PAUL MORELLI

This jew­eler re­mained Bergdorf Good­man Jew­elry Sa­lon’s best-kept se­cret un­til he opened a stand-alone shop in 2014. 895 Madi­son Ave., 212-585-4200; paul­morelli.com

PROENZA SCHOULER

Cre­ated in New York by Par­sons grad­u­ates-turned-fash­ion pow­er­houses Jack Mc­col­lough and Lazaro Her­nan­dez, the brand re­de­fines the mod­ern woman’s wardrobe with for­ward-think­ing de­signs. 822 Madi­son Ave., 212-585-3200; 121 Greene St., 212-420-7300; proen­za­schouler.com

RAG & BONE

Amer­i­can sta­ples get the Bri­tish tai­lor­ing treat­ment at this in-de­mand la­bel. Women’s Store, 182 Colum­bus Ave., 212-362-7138; 73 E. Hous­ton St., 212-777-2210; Men’s and Women’s, 425 W. 13th St., 212-249-3331; 11 E. 68th St., 646-517-7586; 119 Mercer St., 212-219-2204; Men’s Store, 228 W. Broad­way, 646-277-8362; rag-bone.com

RALPH LAU­REN

Since its in­cep­tion in 1968, the la­bel has put its stamp on ev­ery­thing from tuxe­dos to tennis skirts. IN­SIDER TIP: Nes­tled in­side the flag­ship shop is Ralph Lau­ren’s first-ever fra­grance bou­tique with 10 spe­cially crafted eaux de par­fums. The ex­clu­sive scents chan­nel lo­cales that have most in­flu­enced

Lau­ren’s per­sonal and pro­fes­sional life. New York City has an es­pe­cially lovely scent, with notes of white lily and ve­tiver that re­call the warmth and the spice so em­blem­atic of Man­hat­tan. Women’s and Home Flag­ship, 888 Madi­son Ave., 212-434-8000; Men’s Flag­ship, 867 Madi­son Ave., 212-606-2100; ralphlau­ren.com

REINSTEIN/ROSS, GOLDSMITHS

The jew­eler is known for con­tem­po­rary de­signs ren­dered with in­gots of 18k to 22k gold. 29 E. 73rd St., 212-722-1901; 30 Gan­sevoort St., 212-226-4513; re­in­stein­ross.com

SAKS FIFTH AV­ENUE

The go-to for trendy yet ac­ces­si­ble con­tem­po­rary col­lec­tions, the lux­ury depart­ment store has stood as a pil­lar of New York’s fash­ion in­dus­try since 1924. 611 Fifth Ave., 212-753-4000; Brook­field Place, 225 Lib­erty St., 646-344-6300; saks.com

SAL­VA­TORE FER­RAG­AMO

The Ital­ian lux­ury life­style brand is fa­vored by New York so­cialites and in­vest­ment bankers. 655 Fifth Ave., 212-759-3822; fer­rag­amo.com

SAN­JAY KASLIWAL

San­jay Kasliwal and his ex­pert ar­ti­sans are masters at In­dian enam­el­ing tech­niques. 971 Madi­son Ave., 212988-1511; san­jaykasli­wal.com

SMYTH­SON

From Grace Kelly to Sig­mund Freud, the Bri­tish brand has been the long­time choice for qual­ity leather goods. 667 Madi­son Ave., 212-2654573; smyth­son.com

SO­NIA RYKIEL

Shop sig­na­ture striped looks and color­ful frocks amid the set­ting of a Parisian café, out­fit­ted with more than 20,000 vintage books. 816 Madi­son Ave., 212-396-3060; so­niarykiel.com

STELLA MCCART­NEY

Mccart­ney brings sus­tain­able fash­ion to the fore­front with su­per-chic ve­gan ac­ces­sories and a new menswear line. 112 Greene St., 212-627-1408; stel­lam­c­cart­ney.com

THAKOON

Thakoon Panichgul cre­ates ef­fort­less cool-meets-amer­i­can clas­sic pieces for the mod­ern woman. 70 Wooster St., 212-929-0700; thakoon.com

THE APART­MENT BY THE LINE

Mod­eled af­ter a Soho apart­ment and of­fer­ing ser­vices from per­sonal styling as­sis­tance to wed­ding and gift reg­istry, the shop sells ev­ery­thing from a blue vel­vet tufted sofa to an Al­tuzarra dress for your wardrobe and not-so-hum­ble abode. 76 Greene St., 917-460-7196; the­line.com

THE ROW

Celeb de­sign duo Mary-kate and Ash­ley Olsen brought their Cal­i­for­ni­a­cool and min­i­mal­ist de­signs to a three-story town­house in the heart of the Up­per East Side for an in­ti­mate shop­ping ex­pe­ri­ence. Their sleek col­lec­tions in­clude a new menswear line and cu­rated vintage jew­elry col­lec­tion. 17 E. 71st St., 212-755-2017; therow.com

THE­ORY

Basics get in­jected with the brand’s min­i­mal­ist clas­si­cism, re­sult­ing in cash­mere pullovers, boat-neck blouses, and leather jack­ets that are a must for every closet from Wall Street to the Up­per East Side. 40 Gan­sevoort St., 212-524-6790; 137 Fifth Ave., 212-460-5289; 230 Colum­bus Ave., 212-362-3676; the­ory.com

TIF­FANY & CO.

The mem­ory of a black-clad Audrey Hep­burn may draw vis­i­tors to the famed jew­eler’s Fifth Av­enue flag­ship, but dis­tinc­tive de­signs across a range of price points keep them com­ing back. The of­fer­ings in­clude sweet­heart neck­laces and rings in ster­ling sil­ver (the Elsa Peretti col­lec­tion); sleek, con­tem­po­rary cuffs and bracelets (the Tif­fany T col­lec­tion); and show-stop­ping fine jew­elry (Tif­fany Master­pieces). 727 Fifth Ave., 212-755-8000; tif­fany.com

TOD’S

Ital­ian lux­ury at its best, Tod’s of­fers shoes, ready-to-wear, and leather goods for men and women whose pri­or­i­ties run to qual­ity crafts­man­ship and con­tem­po­rary style. 650 Madi­son Ave., 212-644-5945; tods.com

TO­MAS MAIER

Browse ca­sual es­sen­tials within a chic 19th-cen­tury town­house in the West Vil­lage. 407 Bleecker St., 212-547- 8383; 956 Madi­son Ave., 212-9888686; tomas­maier.com

TORY BURCH

Chic pat­terns and re­laxed, easy sil­hou­ettes make Tory Burch an en­dur­ing fa­vorite of Man­hat­tan’s glit­terati. 797 Madi­son Ave., 212-5108371; 38–40 Lit­tle W. 12th St., 212-929-0125; to­ry­burch.com

TOTOKAELO

Comme des Garçons and The Row are just two of the top la­bels found in this cu­rated stop for fash­ion and art. 54 Crosby St., 206-623-3582; totokaelo.com

TOURNEAU

New York’s go-to emporium is a cer­ti­fied re­tailer for Rolex, Patek Philippe, and its name­sake watches since 1900. 510 Madi­son Ave., 212-7585830; 1095 Av­enue of the Amer­i­cas, 212-278-8041; 12 E. 57th St., 212-758-7300; tourneau.com

WEMPE JEWEL­ERS

Since de­but­ing in NYC in 1980, Wempe has been rec­og­nized as one of the world’s lead­ing pur­vey­ors of fine time­pieces and jew­els. 700 Fifth Ave., 212-397-9000; Rolex Bou­tique, 665 Fifth Ave., 212-759-8278; wempe.com

WEST­FIELD WORLD TRADE CEN­TER

Shop­pers come for the Insta-wor­thy ar­chi­tec­ture by San­ti­ago Cala­trava and stay for oo­dles of lux­ury shop­ping, thanks to stores like Lon­don Jewel­ers, John Varvatos, Smyth­son, and the first-ever Dior makeup con­cept bou­tique. 185 Green­wich St., 212284-9982; west­field.com

WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND

In 1993, col­lege friends Ger­ard Maione and Seth Weisser opened a vintage par­adise for those seek­ing some­thing truly unique amid the usual lux­ury la­bel sus­pects. Cov­eted finds—from the 1880s to 1990s!— in­clude Her­mès Birkin bags, Louis Vuit­ton trunks, and Chanel ear­rings. 351 Broad­way, 212-343-1225; what­goe­saround­nyc.com

Louis Vuit­ton’s Soho bou­tique was re­designed by famed ar­chi­tect Peter Marino.

Prada has de­signed a cap­sule col­lec­tion for its new ded­i­cated space at the Saks Fifth Av­enue flag­ship.

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