From embroidered purses in Chinatown to haute couture creations on Fifth Avenue, one thing is certain when it comes to shopping in New York - you’ll find what you love and love what you find.
Close to Home in SoHo
Near NOMO SOHO, browse through the charming shops and boutiques along the cobblestone streets, from W. Houston to Canal streets, and Broadway to Sixth Avenue. Posh finds include Prada, but you’ll also discover hipster trends like Yellow Rat Bastard. Big names along Broadway include H&M and Bloomingdales. Imports like Uniqlo from Japan and Desigual from Spain are also on hand. For something a bit more far-out, try the Hat Shop, 120 Thompson Street.
Speaking of far-out, if you’re looking for clothing or gifts that are one-of-a-kind, head to NoLita (aka North of Little Italy). The shops here are sweet and quirky with everything from children’s organic clothes to vintage jewelry.
Here you’ll find designers like Stella McCartney and shops like Jeffrey. You can also check out the latest tech at the Apple Store. The Meatpacking District is a great place to grab a bite after a full day of shopping.
The only thing that rivals the shopping in the Village is the people watching. Street musicians, NYU students, artists - all are drawn to Greenwich Village, which has just as many great bars and restaurants as it does shops and boutiques. You’ll find everything from LGBTQ books to gourmet treats.
Ah, Fifth Avenue - the grand dame of retail. Wear your most comfortable yet stylish walking shoes as you mosey from 39th to 60th streets. Tiffany’s, Bergdorf Goodman, Cartier, Harry Winston: these are just a few of the elegant goods you’ll find.