New stores (January 24–30, 2013)

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  • Civilianaire corduroy-collared men’s jacket, $275

  • Civilianaire chambray shirt, $185

  • Civilianaire western-inspired striped shirt, $165

  • Melody Moore

    Savor Spa

  • Photograph: Camille A Fernandez

    Synchronicity

  • Photograph: Noffar Gat

    Synchronicity amethyst-and-turquoise necklace, $180

  • Photograph: Noffar Gat

    Synchronicity garnet earrings, $50

  • Photograph: Noffar Gat

    Leather wallet, $98, at Synchronicity

  • Photograph: Noffar Gat

    Synchronicity amethyst-and-carnelian necklace, $120

Civilianaire corduroy-collared men’s jacket, $275

Civilianaire

  • Price band: 3/4

Lucky Brand’s founders Gene Montesano and Barry Perlman bring their higher-end line to the East Coast with its first NYC store, hawking American-made casual duds for men and women. The rugged shop features a tin ceiling, old-school house lights, and garments layered on tables and hung on Peg-Board walls. While Japanese salvage denim ($220–$235) is the company’s specialty, you’ll also find western-inspired shirts ($175–$195) and striped boatneck tops ($75) for ladies, as well as corduroy-collared jackets ($275) and cotton hooded sweatshirts ($150) for guys. (212-219-9966, civilianaire.com)

  1. 53 E Houston St, (at Mott St), 10012
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Savor Spa

  • Price band: 3/4

Founder Angela Jia Kim honed her enterprising chops in 2007 with the launch of her homemade organic skin-care line, Om Aroma & Co. (omaroma.com), and followed it up just a year later with Savor the Success (savorthesuccess.com), a business network for women. This 600-square-foot spa inside Om Aroma & Co.’s boutique merges both projects, providing facials ($75–$250), body treatments ($85–$215), waxing ($15–$85) and nail services (manicure $20, pedicure $38) that exclusively use Om Aroma & Co. products. Relax with an antiaging Diamond Microdermabrasion facial (60mins, $195), said to eliminate wrinkles and speed up collagen production, or a customizable Power Peel ($110–$165) that’s packed with fruit enzymes to give you a glowing visage. You can also pick up products made by women entrepreneurs, including Goji Gourmet cookies ($8) and Biscuits by Lambchop dog treats ($8). (212-304-2887, omaroma.com)

  1. 327 W 11th St, (at Greenwich St), 10014
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Synchronicity

  • Price band: 2/4

New York City jewelry designer Miyuki Fuchs has been selling her one-of-a-kind baubles and accessories out of her East Village studio since 1994. Her first store has a gallery feel, with hardwood floors, vintage lamp shades, and artwork and photography from artist Yoshi Takao. Earrings ($30–$120), necklaces ($40–$1,200) and bracelets ($40–$1,500) are crafted with pearls, gemstones and beads sourced from Eastern Asia. Highlights include an amethyst-and-turquoise chain necklace ($180) and agate-garnet earrings ($50). Fuchs also hand-makes colorful knit hats ($30–$68) and scarves ($40–$220), and imports leather wallets ($98) from Asia. (212-777-4988)

  1. 179 Orchard St , (between E Houston and Stanton Sts), 10002
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