New stores (January 10–16, 2013)

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  • Equipment

  • Equipment tie-neck heart-print shirt, $228

  • Equipment cashmere polka-dot sweater, $368

  • Equipment tie-front sleeveless blouse, $248

  • Fanaberie

  • Flying Tomato tie-front striped dress, $49, at Fanaberie

  • By Philippe necklace, $40, at Fanaberie

  • Miss Finch shoulder-spike sweater, $54, at Fanaberie

  • Photograph: Jessica Lin

    The Good Company

  • Photograph: Jessica Lin

    The Good Company lighters, $5 each

  • After Midnight flannel shirt, $70, at The Good Company

  • Mister Paisley bandana-print T-shirt, $38, at The Good Company

  • Photograph: Noffar Gat

    1970s leather bag, $165, at Nomad Vintage pop-up

  • Photograph: Noffar Gat

    Hanae Mori silk printed dress, $295, at Nomad Vintage pop-up

  • Photograph: Noffar Gat

    Egyptian Revival choker, $88, at Nomad Vintage pop-up

  • Photograph: Magda Biernat

    The Spa at the Out NYC

  • Store One One 4

  • Photograph: Jessica Lin

    Lindsey Thornburg cape, $600, at Store One One 4

  • Photograph: Jessica Lin

    Emily Rothschild USB locket, $216, at Store One One 4

  • Photograph: Jessica Lin

    Lindsey Thornburg tribal-print maxidress, $350, at Store One One 4

  • Photograph: Jessica Lin

    Veronica Moore gold-plated copper bracelet, $99, at Store One One 4

Equipment

Equipment

  • Price band: 3/4

The menswear-inspired French brand arrives stateside with its first U.S. store. Minimalist decor, with black floors and white walls, highlights Equipment’s signature silk button-up shirts ($198–$308) in more than 50 colors and prints. Our favorites include crystal-collar styles ($308) and tie-neck heart-print looks ($228). You’ll also find cold-weather basics, such as classic cardigans ($338–$358) and polka-dot sweaters ($368). A small offering of dresses includes drop-waist versions ($318) and pleated frocks ($298). Don’t miss the chicest pajamas around, including oversize silk-top-and-shorts sets ($398) and satin robes ($298). (646-277-6497, equipmentfr.com). Mon–Wed, Fri, Sat 11am­–7pm; Thu 11am–8pm; Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 110 Wooster St, (between Prince and Spring Sts)
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Fanaberie

  • Price band: 2/4
  • Critics choice

Owner Ella Sikorski opens her second Brooklyn store (the first is in Greenpoint) packed with hip, budget-friendly threads—most of which you can take home for under $100. The feminine boutique features whimsical decor, such as floral wallpaper on the ceiling, stenciled flooring, refurbished antiques and chandeliers. Scoop up Miss Finch spike-accented sweaters ($54), SFI yarn infinity scarves ($29) and Flying Tomato striped dresses ($49). Add-ons include delicate jewelry from local designer By Philippe ($15–$60) and Alicja Piegdon precious-stone necklaces ($68–$450). Mention TONY to receive 15 percent off any item through Feb 10. (347-335-0252, fanaberienyc.com). Mon–Fri noon–8pm, Sat 11am–8pm, Sun noon–7pm.

  1. 339 Bedford Ave , (between South 3rd and 4th Sts)
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The Good Company

  • Price band: 2/4

Stylish guys will want to head to this menswear boutique for casual threads ($20–$200) and accessories ($5–$18) with a streetwear edge. After his three-year-old clothing line, FreedMinds (thefreedminds.com), gained popularity with indie rap group Odd Future, California designer Kumasi Sadiki opened his first store with friends Kahim Smith and Quinn Arneson. The narrow industrial space stocks house-label goods, such as graphic T-shirts ($32) and lighters that read "bottle opener" ($5), alongside clothing from established brands, including MellowHype cotton hoodies ($60), After Midnight flannel button-up shirts ($70) and Death Precision Inc. baseball tees ($34). On your way out, pick up reading material such as photographer Sean Vegezzi’s I Don’t Want to Grow Up ($40), which documents his experiences in New York City. (212-966-0903, 97allen.com). Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–7pm.

  1. 97 Allen St, (Broome and Delancey Sts)
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Nomad Vintage pop-up

  • Price band: 3/4

Vintage enthusiasts have another high-end spot for unique wares, thanks to this temporary shop from veteran dealers Katie McDonnell and David Brockman. The store is an expansion of McDonnell’s e-commerce site (nomadvintage.com) but a new venture for Brockman, who was a buyer for both now-closed East Village Honeymoon Vintage locations. The duo scoured the U.S., Europe and South America for one-of-a-kind finds and were even lucky enough to be invited into the homes of collectors to shop their private closets. The small, 250-square-foot space makes the most of its size with an eight-foot-tall glass case brimming with jewelry ($88–$225) and sunglasses ($125–$250), and an accent wall boasting an antique-looking mirror. Score standout pieces such as a 1970s Giorgio Sant’Angelo ribbon skirt ($385), a Michelle Lamy draped cotton top ($125) and a Kansai Yamamoto wool jacket with rubber-tire elbow patches ($995). Don’t miss the selection of Berlin-sourced leather handbags with brass hardware ($125–$295). (718-644-7634, nomadvintage.com). Mon, Tue by appointment, Wed–Sun 1–7pm. Through Mar 31.

  1. 208 E 6th St, (at Third Ave)
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The Spa at the Out NYC

  • Price band: 2/4

Located on the second floor of gay-friendly hotel the Out NYC, this chic spa caters primarily to guys—but that shouldn’t keep ladies from booking an appointment. You could spend the whole day inside the 5,000-square-foot space, which has two hot tubs, a steam room, a sauna, an outdoor deck and a gym (purchase a $50 day pass or gain complimentary access to all of the facilities when you book any service). Beauty guru Christopher Drummond (christopherdrummond.com) is the brains behind the oasis, expanding on the offerings previously available only to hotel guests, such as massages (60mins $150, 90mins $195), facials (60mins $140, 90mins $185), manicures ($35) and pedicures ($55). Body treatments (65mins $175) include detoxifying massages, scrubs and Turkish hammam services. You can even nab a haircut ($50) and beard trim ($25), as well as sugaring hair removal on brows, ears and nose ($15 each), or a full Brazilian bikini ($50–$65). Mention TONY for 15 percent off any service through Jan 31. (212-947-2999, theoutnyc.com). Mon–Fri 10am–7pm; Sat, Sun 10am–9pm.

  1. 510 W 42nd St, (between Tenth and Eleventh Aves)
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Store One One 4

  • Price band: 3/4

Summer Phoenix and Ruby Canner—owners of Lower East Side repurposed-vintage shop Some Odd Rubies—have opened this womenswear boutique with designer Lindsey Thornburg. The gals used to share a design studio, and their new store reflects a similar aesthetic, with antique fixtures, worn-wood floors and found vintage items, including a dental cabinet and a pie-cooling case, used to display goods. A center table holds baubles such as Emily Rothschild USB lockets ($216–$250), Veronica Moore gold-plated, copper elephant-hair bracelets ($99) and Unearthen lapis rings ($220). Thornburg brings her signature toggle capes made from Pendleton blankets ($600) and alpaca-wool-blend cloaks ($950), while Some Odd Rubies contributes reworked vintage goods, including hooded floral dresses ($138), wool trouser shorts ($90) and bustier crop tops ($215). (212-780-0227, storeoneone4.com). Mon–Sat noon–8pm, Sun noon–7pm.

  1. 114 Stanton St, (between Essex and Ludlow Sts)
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