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The Ultimate NYC Shopping Guide

The Ultimate Guide to Shopping in New York

Whether you're a New York City lifer or just visiting for the weekend, save a splurge for the places on this list, and seriously consider some retail time in Brooklyn, where the shopping is just as good with twice the space.

See a few of our favorites below, and head on over here to see the full list. 

Dover Street Market
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Even in New York, where you can find any style if you look hard enough, Rei Kawakubo's Dover Street Market was a gamechanger when it opened in 2013. The seven-floor department store is a must-visit for anyone interested avant garde labels (like Kawakubo's Comme Des Garçons) and of-the-moment names like Vetements and Hood by Air.

Totokaelo
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The New York flagship of Seattle's best boutique (and one of the country's best period for avant-garde designers) is jaw droppingly big, with five stories of high-ceilings, white space, and marble and wood accent that give the shop a museum-like quality. Which is fitting for the gorgeous pieces on sale here: designers like Jil Sander, Maison Margiela, Haider Ackerman, and Zero + Maria Cornejo, as well as an in-house line of basics (that of course are anything but).

Maryam Nassir Zadeh
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A favorite among fashion folk, this LES shop specializes in avant-garde pieces selected with a gallerist’s attention to detail and love of color. The level of curation here tends to attract cult-like devotion among fans, especially when it comes to the shoes — and some of the best pairs are by MNZ's in-house line.

Sincerely Tommy
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Owner Kai Avent-deLeon calls herself a Bed-Stuy "retail pioneer," but we have a feeling hers won’t be the only luxury boutique on the block for long. The former Chanel employee stocks her store with pieces by up-and-coming designers like Collina Strada and Rejina Pyo alongside an affordable in-house line, plus statement jewelry and works by Brooklyn artists. To sweeten the deal, there's an in-store café with great coffee and free wifi.

Concrete + Water
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This light-filled boutique is the perfect McCarren Park bookend to the neighborhood's other indie, multi-brand giants (that's Bird and Swords-Smith). Like its predecessors, Concrete + Water carries men's and women's clothing and accessories from a mix of contemporary brands, but there’s a special focus on cult-y European labels (Ganni, Nanushka, Anne Thomas), as well as locally-made home goods.

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Are High-Fashion Copies Actually Legal?
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You've seen them on Instagram — tagged in a photo of one of your favorite style bloggers — and you stumble upon them regularly on websites like Vogue and Refinery29. You might even purchase from them, maybe as often as they refresh their inventory — every two or so weeks, like clockwork.

It seems like high fashion knockoff sites like Few Moda, Loéil, Style Mafia, and Style Nanda are at an all time high, and similar to large fast fashion chains like Zara, Forever 21, and H&M, they spew out fresh-off-the-runway trends at lightening speed.

They're the new group of fast fashion retailers popping up across the World Wide Web, peddling clothes that are so close to the runway originals that they've lead to some amusing double-takes. And to be honest, they're pretty spot on. Even more surprising, a lot of them are based right here in the U.S. 

But, are they actually legal?

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