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The Universe of Spending


Primpers & Cult Chains:

Earthy Aussie skin products in two locations (232 Elizabeth St. and 60 University Pl.; Sept. 7 and 14).

A pink-swathed makeup counter/waxer from San Francisco (454 W. Broadway; Sept. 27).


Helmut Lang
New York minimalism mainstay sashays into former Theory spot (230 Columbus Ave.; late Aug.).

Stella McCartney
Trading meatpacking district for Anna Sui and Jill Stuart’s Soho block (112 Greene St.; late fall).

The brand slides down on the west side and expands on the east (755 Madison Ave., 1157 Madison Ave., and 201 Columbus Ave.; opens mid-Aug.).

Sweat Enablers:

Parent company Gap doubles down against Lululemon (216 Columbus Ave. and 1517 Third Ave.; open).

Circuit of Change
Pretty Zen for a boot camp: combines yoga, plyometrics, and interval training (57 W. 16th St.; Sept. 6).

Printing House
Equinox-owned gym gets a makeover. Not to worry, the pool’s still there (421 Hudson St.; late Sept.).

Sweat Enablers & Cult Chains:

The wilderness giant’s first Manhattan foray (295 Lafayette St.; Nov.).

A cardio-cross-training-Pilates hybrid from—where else?—L.A. (37 W. 57th St.; Sept. 6).

Spin gym grows an UWS outpost (350 Amsterdam Ave.; late Sept.).

Sweat Enablers & Cult Chains & Expanding Empires:

Eastern Mountain Sports
Second city outpost for runners, hikers, bikers, et al. (2152 Broadway; Sept. 16).

Cushy workoutwear made convenient for Upper East Siders (1146 Madison Ave.; early Oct.).

Sweat Enablers & Expanding Empires:

New Balance
Custom-built running shoes adorned with the telltale N (150 Fifth Ave.; open).

Physique 57
The fiercely popular flexibility studio expands uptown (2109 Broadway; open).

The Men's Department:

Carlos Campos
Designer suits and knits for the high-fashion-minded male (75 Orchard St.; open).

GANT Rugger
Varsity jackets and other retro-prep menswear (25 Prince St.; open).

Vans DQM General
Streetwear, skate decks, and sneakers for shredders (93 Grand St.; early Sept.).

The Men's Department & Expanding Empires:

Brooks Brothers
Ivy-ready sportswear based on the brand’s sixties archives (901 Broadway; late fall).

The Men's Department & Foreign Imports:

Archer Adams
Tailored suits with a punk twist (no address yet; late Nov.).

Behaviour 20
Statement pieces from international labels (160 Ninth Ave.; open).


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