72 Spring St., at Crosby St.; 212-219-3500
C. Wonder’s venture capitalist owner Christopher (Tory’s ex) Burch pulled out all the stops for his brand’s flagship digs. An army of denim and cotton-clad staff are available to help shoppers navigate the dizzying range of options, which include monogrammed chopping boards, statement jewelry, travel accessories and more playful items like platters decorated with French bulldogs.
22 E. 65th St., near Madison Ave.; 212-744-1842
Designer Charlotte Dellal’s metallic, glittered, and color-blocked platform pumps have been trotted out by the likes of Beyoncé and Katy Perry.
220 Lafayette St., nr. Spring St.; 212-405-1190
Cosabella is the place for colorful, sexy lingerie for both special occasions and—this is the twist—comfort under your clothes. Though the shop has va-va-voom styles, soft-body bras designed to enhance your shape without excessive padding are its specialty. This is the rare underthings shop that both you and your partner will love.
18 E. 69th St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-288-1338
Carrying 150 brands of clothing, accessories, shoes, and home décor for men, women, and kids, the venture is a can’t-miss five-floor townhouse skirted with red awnings. The inspiration for the project was Paris concept shop Colette, and it shows in the impressive international assortment from European runway darlings—Preen, Mark Fast, Balmain—to lesser-known labels like Russian-style blog bait Vika Gazinskaya and Chicago’s Creatures of the Wind.
Treasure & Bond
350 W. Broadway, nr. Grand St.; 646-669-9049
All profits from the store’s unique and well-designed jewelry, homewares, clothing, stationery and accessories are sent to local charities. Expect jewelry by Bijules, Giles & Brother, and Melissa Joy Manning; quirky coffee table books; high-end scented candles, and stuffed leather bookends shaped like animals.