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Shopping in New York

Visitors adore New York's heavily discounted designer clothes shops, like Downtown's Century 21. Fifth Avenue is home to mega department store Macy's, ultra-fashionable shoes at Jimmy Choo and technical wizardry at the Apple Store. In bohemian Greenwich Village, discover unconventional sounds in Other Music, or try SoHo for boutique chic. Most shops open daily 10am-7pm, starting later on Sunday.

Shops

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  1. 1. Macy's - Shops

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    A four-story sign on the side of the building trumpets MACY’S, THE WORLD’S LARGEST STORE—a hard fact to dispute, since the 10-story behemoth covers an entire city block, dwarfing even Bloomie’s uptown. Macy’s can be a hard place to shop: the layout impedes traffic flow, the service is forgettable, and the best part about its Herald Square flagship usually is leaving it. But they do sell everything. 

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    Address

    151 West 34th Street, New York, USA

    Telephone

    212/695-4400

    Website

    Macy's

  2. 2. Yankees Clubhouse Shop - Shops

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    For all your Bronx Bombers needs—hats, jerseys, jackets, and so on. Tickets for regular-season home games are also for sale, and there’s a limited selection of other New York team jerseys (well, maybe not the Mets).

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    Address

    245 W. 42nd St, New York, USA

    Telephone

    212/768-9555

  3. 3. Century 21 - Shops

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    Century 21, New York. Courtesy of Century 21 Department Stores. © Century 21

    There’s a reason for this institution’s charming tagline, “Fashion Worth Fighting For.” Yes, it’s worth a battle to get designer goods 40% to 70% off what you would pay at a department store or fine boutique. This is the place to find things like supercheap Calvin Klein tees, last season’s Lucky jeans, this season’s Dolce & Gabbana sunglasses, or a jazzy Missoni sweater. 

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    Address

    22 Cortlandt St, New York, USA

    Telephone

    212/227-9092

    Transport

    Fulton Street or Broadway Nassau subways

    Website

    Century 21

Markets

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  1. 4. Eataly - Markets

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    Opened to foodie fanfare in 2010, this sprawling 50,000-square-foot marketplace on lower Fifth Avenue is a dizzying showcase for artisanal Italian food. Beneath soaring ceilings is a vast food hall with sit-down restaurants, standing-table enotecas, a raw-bar counter, rosticerria, pizzeria, pasticerria, gelateria—even a wine store and rooftop beer garden. You can go from slurping raw oysters to savoring brisket bollito in a matter of minutes. 

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    Opening hours

    Daily 10am–11pm

    Address

    200 Fifth Ave, New York, USA

    Telephone

    212/229-2560

    Website

    Eataly

  2. 5. Saks Fifth Avenue - Markets

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    There are branches of Saks throughout the country now, but this is Saks Fifth Avenue. No other store better typifies the Big Apple than this legendary flagship store. It's well worth your time—and the smaller-than-most size makes it manageable. There’s something for everyone here. Saks carries a wide range of clothing; departments err on the pricey designer side, but look out for affordable house-brand basics. 

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    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 10am-8pm; Sun 11am-7pm

    Address

    611 Fifth Ave, New York, USA

    Telephone

    212/753-4000

Specialists

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  1. 6. The Apple Store - Specialists

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    The largest Apple Store, at 18,000 square feet, opened in early 2006, and hasn’t closed yet (it’s open 24/7). Descend a glass staircase or elevator inside this edifice on Fifth Avenue and 59th Street, topped by a clear cube, to the store below, where there are iPads and Internet-connected computers fully loaded with games—an iPhone/iTouch/iPod/Mac-lover’s paradise. It’s almost impossible to walk by without popping in to see what the fuss is all about. If you’re not into investing in all the Apple gadgets sold here, it’s still fun to try out the floor samples.

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    Address

    767 Fifth Ave, New York, USA

    Telephone

    212/336-1440

    Website

    The Apple Store

  2. 7. Jimmy Choo - Specialists

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    Jimmy Choo, New York. © Jimmy Choo

    Oozing luxury, sex-appeal and glamour, the shoe designer favoured by celebrities and catwalks, Jimmy Choo has a Fifth Avenue emporium. Choose printed pony-leather sandals, silk stilettos or suede platforms, not forgetting accessories like leopard-print clutch bags.Show this on map

    Address

    645 Fifth Ave, New York, USA

    Telephone

    212/593-0800

    Transport

    Fifth Avenue-53rd Street subway

    Website

    Jimmy Choo

  3. 8. Other Music - Specialists

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    A haven for music fans avoiding the mainstream, Other Music in East Village specialises in underground, experimental and out-of-print CDs and vinyl. For quirky albums from around the world, the music-loving staff are there to help. Look out for occasional in-store gigs.Show this on map

    Address

    15 E. 4th St, New York, USA

    Telephone

    212/477-8150

    Transport

    Astor Place or Bleecker Street subways

    Website

    Other Music

  4. 9. Kiehl's - Specialists

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    Kiehl’s is more than a store, it’s a virtual cult. Models, stockbrokers, foreign visitors—they all flock to this old-time apothecary (ca. 1851) for its simply packaged, wonderfully formulated products for women and men. Kiehl’s now has counters in several department stores (evidence of the brand’s growth), but stop into the original if you can and go home with a bag full of free samples.

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    Address

    109 Third Ave, New York, USA

    Telephone

    212/677-3171

    Website

    Kiehl's

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