The new Diesel Kids store (416 W. Broadway, nr. Spring St.; 212-343-3863) skips the usual pastels for sleek dark-wood floors and stainless-steel fixtures. Just like in the adult shop, there’s a “denim wall,” plus sweet two-tone high-tops ($60) and shirts with patterns from seahorses to helmets.
Anti-aging guru Dr. Nicholas Perricone has his first stand-alone store (791 Madison Ave., at 67th St.; 866-791-7911). Two stories hold dieticians, Perricone-approved food, and a library.
Also: Zitomer has opened a second location, Z Chemists (40 W. 57th St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-956-6000), which stocks a different product range (including Bullie, Moditel, and Ojon) and boasts a comprehensive men’s grooming section. Mantiques Modern (146 W. 22nd St., nr. Sixth Ave; 212-206-1494) has offbeat vintage furniture and accessories from Le Corbusier, Pierre Cardin, and Paul Evans. And Antonio Prieto has moved his salon to a new space that’s double the size of the old (127 W. 20th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-255-3741).