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May 26, 2008
The Russian-American Princess

What does a Moscow orange-juice king get for his 15-year-old who has everything? Her own fashion empire, named for herself—Kira!—with a new store in New York and 31 to come across America.

May 26, 2008
In the Big-Box Shadows

West 18th Street makes for a very satisfying afternoon of indie-store shopping.

May 26, 2008
Cheaper by the Gallon

Where to find the lowest-price gas for weekend wanderings.

May 26, 2008
The Corner Store That Carries Everything

In 1989, Zvi Cohen to the Upper East Side to open a locksmith company. Two decades later, he’s the owner of eight Basics Plus home stores.

May 26, 2008
Emma Bracy, NYU Student and SAT Tutor, and Kevin Khuong, Columbia Student and SAT Tutor

"They think of us as, like, weird Manhattan people."

May 14, 2008
Rock and Fold

This summer is rife with reunion tours, from the Police (one last time) to New Kids on the Block (finally!). Here are six stores for throwback band tees.

May 19, 2008
Some Marriages Work

Some don’t. The high-low designer-retailer partnership isn’t always fruitful.

May 19, 2008
Fit for Lugging

Colorful totes to haul around, or out of, town.

May 19, 2008
Suzanne Golden, Bead Artist

"I know I look a little different, and to be honest, it’s nice to be noticed."

May 12, 2008
Coolhunted

For those in search of the next groovy thing, Taavo Somer, proprietor of Freemans and the new Rusty Knot, is the prey of the moment. His downtown anti-style wants to have it all ways all the time—ironic and earnest, neurotic and carefree, cool and cheeseball.

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