New stores and salons (April 4–10, 2013)

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  • Ulsa Major shave cream, $24, at Decatur & Sons

  • Photograph: Camille A Fernandez

    Han Kjøbenhavn

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Han Kjøbenhavn cotton shorts, $150

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Han Kjøbenhavn polo shirt, $120

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Han Kjøbenhavn round sunglasses, $180

  • Interior Provisions

  • Interior Provisions martini glasses, $16 each

  • Interior Provisions pillow featuring Yoma Textiles, $90

  • Interior Provisions maplewood bowls, $48–$495 each

  • Interior Provisions floating wall desk, $285, and shelves, $65–$85 each

  • Michael C. Fina

  • Hermès china plates, $85 each, at Michael C. Fina

  • Cufflinks Inc. USB gunmetal cufflinks, $195, at Michael C. Fina

  • Photograph: Jessica Lin

    Roper desert-print shirt, $24, at Reminiscence

  • Photograph: Jessica Lin

    Esprit dinosaur-print shirt, $18, at Reminiscence

Ulsa Major shave cream, $24, at Decatur & Sons

Decatur & Sons

  • Price band: 2/4

Third-generation barber Thorin Decatur, who groomed men at popular establishment Freemans Sporting Club, has opened his own barbershop inside Chelsea Market. The four-chair space’s aesthetic is a contemporary interpretation of mid-20th-century Americana with dark oak wood floors, white marble counters and wrought-iron fixtures. You can make an appointment for a cut ($20–$45), shave ($45) or beard trim ($20) online, but drop-ins are also welcome. Pick up grooming products, including Musgo Real ($15) and Ursa Major ($24) shaving cream and Mr. Natty hair pomade ($24). (646-470-7288, decaturandsons.com). Daily 10am–8pm.

  1. 75 Ninth Ave, (between 15th and 16th Sts), 10011
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Han Kjøbenhavn

  • Price band: 3/4

Danish design duo Tim Hancock and Jannik Davidsen have brought their minimal menswear brand stateside with its first U.S. store. The black stone facade, glossy white floors and symmetrical portraits on the wall reflect their clean Scandinavian aesthetic. Expect personalized touches on unique threads, such as camo trench coats ($350) with hand-dyed indigo collars. Check out casual jeans ($150–$250) and bird-print button-up shirts ($240). Accessorize with funky derby hats ($75), canvas utility backpacks ($349) and round sunglasses ($148–$180). (347-282-0485, hankjobenhavn.com). Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 27 Prince St, (between Elizabeth and Mott Sts), 10012
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Interior Provisions

  • Price band: 3/4

Environmental and interior designers Teri Brajewski and Anisa Romero have moved their studio and store downtown to a brighter space shared with Yoma Textiles. The duo offers their own retouches on affordable and sustainable home products sourced from local and global artisans. Renewable, recyclable and vintage pieces produced around the world lay atop wooden shelves in the front showroom (Yoma Textiles occupies the back). Pick up unique cigar tables ($225–$265) and reupholstered midcentury stools ($115). Colorado-produced wooden plates ($46) and Indian-made martini glasses–turned-candleholders ($16) stand out among accessories. Decorate your apartment from top to bottom with hand-loomed silk sari runners ($65), Boskke upside-down hanging planters ($36–$59) and recycled soup-can candleholders (three for $30). (866-491-1233, interiorprovisions.com). By appointment only.

  1. 139 Fulton St, (between Broadway and Nassau St, suite 501), 10038
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Michael C. Fina

  • Price band: 4/4

This jewelry-and-home store has moved its family-owned company (it started in 1935) into a luxe bi-level space housing high-end designer baubles as well as the eponymous house-brand. The first floor showcases gifts and wedding-registry items ($40–$13,000), while downstairs has delicate tableware ($15–$6,879), designer jewelry ($100-$364,000) and a massive selection of platinum engagement ring settings ($3,000–$48,000). Spring for a Hearts on Fire diamond eternity wedding band for her ($65,000), or a Furrer-Jacot platinum band with diamonds for him ($13,310). If you’re not casting your vows just yet, pick up elegant Baccarat stemware ($70–$390), Hermès square china plates ($85 each), Mikimoto white-gold pearl studs ($300–$2,430) and Cufflinks Inc. USB gunmetal cufflinks ($195). (212-557-2500, michaelcfina.com). Mon–Thu 10am–8pm; Fri, Sat 10am–6pm; Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 500 Park Ave, (at 59th St), 10022
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Reminiscence

  • Price band: 2/4

When Stewart Richer began crafting newsboy hats out of salvaged denim in the 1970s, he had no intention of starting a lifelong business. But after his designs proved popular among buyers, he decided to open his own storefront in 1975, offering both his own brand of handmade clothing and accessories as well as an assortment of vintage items. Having held four locations around the city, the shop is relocating to its original Greenwich Village spot. Specializing in quirky threads from the ’60s to the ’80s, Reminiscence is known for its inexpensive and varied collection of street-ready and costume duds for both men and women. Snatch up Hawaiian-print skirts ($36), authentic Swiss Army surplus bags ($12) and floral jumpsuits ($24). Be sure to test out Reminiscence perfume ($60) in patchouli, amber and hibiscus scents. (212-243-2292, reminiscence.com). Mon–Sat 10am–8pm, Sun 11am–7pm.

  1. 74 Fifth Ave, (between 13th and 14th Sts), 10011
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Steven Alan Home Shop

  • Price band: 3/4

Just a few blocks west from his eponymous Tribeca annex (eight locations exist throughout the city), designer Steven Alan opens his first home store. The modern, travel-inspired space specializes in everything from linen blankets and textiles ($150–$394) to organic teas, honeys and jams ($10–$37) from local brands such as Shady Acres Organic Farm and Morris Kitchen. Classic bedding accessories include Steven Alan striped beach blankets ($48) and delicate printed pillowcases ($120). Holy Lama earthy soaps ($18), Shino Takeda ceramic flowerpots ($55) and scented candles from the Good Candle + Steven Alan collaboration ($16–$90) will add serene touches to a city abode. For more inspiration, head to the back of the shop where a variety of coffee-table books ($18–$60) are set out on a rustic wooden table for browsing. (646-402-9661, stevenalan.com). Mon–Wed 11:30am–7pm; Thu 11:30am–8pm; Fri, Sat 11:30am–7pm; Sun 11am–6pm.

  1. 158 Franklin St, (between Hudson St and West Broadway), 10013
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