New stores (June 20–26, 2013)

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  • Diane von Furstenberg cheetah-print top-handle satchel, $295, at the Accessories Shop

  • Diane von Furstenberg foldover clutch, $195, at the Accessories Shop

  • Photograph: Jason Imber Photo

    BaubleBar arrowhead collar necklace, $36

  • Photograph: Jason Imber Photo

    BaubleBar pyramid ID bracelet, $26

  • Photograph:Jason Imber Photo

    BaubleBar spike collar necklace, $38

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Items of Interest

  • Bedouin pillow, $100, at Items of Interest

  • Young & Battaglia bookshelf wallpaper, $100 per roll, at Items of Interest

  • Darzzi neon-accent geometric throw, $84, at Items of Interest

  • Photograph: Mark Sperry

    The Little Glass Slipper

  • Zero Halliburton four-wheel spinner travel case, $550

  • Zero Halliburton computer attache, $195

Diane von Furstenberg cheetah-print top-handle satchel, $295, at the Accessories Shop

The Accessories Shop

  • Price band: 3/4

Fans of NYC designer Diane von Furstenberg are already familiar with her standout handbags and small leather accessories. Located in the gallery space of the company’s headquarters, this is the first store devoted entirely to the popular add-ons. Pick up top-handle satchels ($545), canvas totes ($195–$395) and quilted cross-body bags ($295). Giftable goods include vibrant wallets ($85–$175) and cheeky iPhone cases ($40). Since the designer’s Diller–Von Furstenberg Family Foundation (dvfff.org) has publicly donated $35 million to the restoration of the High Line (thehighline.org), you can find a map in the store with Von Furstenberg’s favorite stops along the elevated railroad’s path. 440 W 14th St between Washington St and Tenth Ave (646-486-4800, dvf.com). Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 440 W 14th St, (between Washington St and Tenth Ave)
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BaubleBar pop-up

  • Price band: 2/4

Following a successful temporary shop in the Meatpacking District this February, the affordable jewelry e-tailer heads farther downtown for the summer with this chic 4,000-square-foot space. The store features rustic sawhorse tables juxtaposed against bright pops of color and classic columns. Stock up on mixed-material collars ($36), chunky crystal necklaces ($40) and trendy pyramid bracelets ($26). Look out for upcoming collaborations with wedding blog Loverly (lover.ly) and local jewelry brand Bing Bang NYC. 131 Greene St between W Houston and Prince Sts (baublebar.com). Mon–Sat 10am–8pm, Sun 11am–7pm. Through Aug 13.

  1. 131 Greene St, (between W Houston and Prince Sts)
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Items of Interest

  • Price band: 3/4

While working as an interior decorator, New York School of Interior Design alum Susie Kurkowski found herself frustrated by the lack of whimsical housewares on the market. She opened this retail shop and showroom, specializing in unique furniture ($200–$5,000), lighting ($200–$2,000), artwork ($350–$2,000), rugs ($150–$3,500) and quirky home accessories ($12–$200), many from NYC designers. We love Bahia de Montarlot glass-topped hashtag-shaped tables ($1,800), street artist George “Sen One” Morillo graffiti chairs ($1,800) and Go Home reclaimed-wood bookshelves ($1,400) that unfold to become dining tables. Smaller home upgrades include ReWined champagne-scented candles ($28), Darzzi neon-accent geometric throws ($84) and Girls Can Tell Brooklyn Bridge–adorned dish towels ($14). 60 Fifth Ave between Bergen St and St. Marks Pl, Park Slope, Brooklyn (718-404-9185, ioinyc.com). Tue–Fri noon–8pm, Sat 10am–7pm, Sun 11am–6pm.

  1. 60 Fifth Ave, (between Bergen St and St. Marks Pl)
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The Little Glass Slipper

  • Price band: 2/4

Former psychologist Cary Pereyra honed her skills in floral and herb arrangements at the Flower School of New York (flowerschoolny.com) before opening this 1,000-square-foot space—her first-ever store. Her knack for crafts and eye for beauty are evident in the shop’s decor, featuring birch shelves and antique furniture with wood drawer pulls used as hangers. A tree-shaped chandelier floats above Pereyra’s bouquets, made from sage leaves, poppies, roses, peonies, lilacs and other eye-catching buds. Pick up tropical-plant bromeliads ($45), moss-and-pearl succulents ($40) and fern terrariums ($35–$85). You can also shop decorative vintage goods, including rustic vases ($12–$55), mercury votives ($9) and apothecary bottles ($12–$55). 200 Franklin St between Huron and India Sts, Greenpoint, Brooklyn (347-721-3280, thelittleglassslipper.com). Tue, Thu, Fri 11am–7pm; Wed noon–8pm; Sat, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 200 Franklin St, (between Huron and India Sts)
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Zero Halliburton

  • Price band: 2/4

To celebrate 75 years in business, this travel-gear brand opens its first NYC location, offering an array of durable suitcases ($250–$895), briefcases ($195–$2,500) and accessories ($99–$295). The shop’s decor is inspired by outer-space exploration—Zero Halliburton suitcases were once used to carry rocks back from the moon—with LED-light columns, aluminum shelving and wire-suspended luggage displays. Test-drive sleek, impact-resistant cases, including four-wheel polycarbonate carry-ons ($250–$695), lightweight aircraft-grade aluminum suitcases ($750–$995) and expandable nylon luggage ($495). You’ll also find rock-hard camera cases ($495) and monogram tote bags ($165–$175). 300 Madison Ave at 42nd St (646-640-3600, zerohalliburton.com). Mon–Fri 10am–8pm, Sat 11am–6pm, Sun 11am–5pm.

  1. 300 Madison Ave, (at 42nd St)
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