New stores (May 10–15, 2013)

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  • Canali leather belt, $250

  • Canali scarves, $225 each

  • Canali silk ties, $160 each

  • Photograph: Camille A Fernandez

    E.L.F.

  • Photograph: Dror-Forshée Photography

    E.L.F. blush-and-bronzer compact, $3

  • E.L.F. 144-piece eyeshadow palette, $15

  • E.L.F. HD blush, $3

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Wellen x FairEnds drawstring swim trunks, $64

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    FairEnds organic soaps, $10 each

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    FairEnds striped baseball cap, $48

  • Loeffler Randall woven wedges, $395, at Intermix

  • Bajra hand-dyed scarf, $298, at Intermix

  • Ohne Titel printed dress, $498, at Intermix

  • Orslow chambray shirt, $245, at Inventory

  • Converse for Inventory sneakers, $90

  • South 2 West 8 zipped tote, $175, at Inventory

  • Jellio GummiLights lamps, $60 each

  • Urbanears headphones, $60, at the Mobile Spa

  • iPhone telephoto lens, $80, at the Mobile Spa

  • Qi New York colorblock dress, $175, at Quinn

  • Hervé Gambs room fragrance, $48, at Quinn

  • Sol Sana sandals, $95, at Quinn

  • Rag & Bone General Store

  • Rag & Bone button-up shirt, $220

  • Rag & Bone parka, $795

Canali leather belt, $250

Canali

  • Price band: 3/4

Be prepared to drop some serious dough at the second location of this upscale Italian menswear store (the first is in the Financial District). Blazers ($695–$1,425) and button-up shirts ($295) hang in neat rows on the sleek main level, while accessories ($75–$1,350) are displayed in brightly lit glass cases. Ride the crystal-glass elevator down to the luxe made-to-measure room, where a private tailor will help outfit you in the perfect suit ($1,995–$3,995), trousers ($450–$795), sports coat ($1,350–$2,995), shirt ($275–$625) and overcoat ($1,500–$4,500). Lounge in leather armchairs while trying on sleek loafers ($595), calfskin moccasins ($550) and stylish oxfords ($650–$850). If you can’t shell out thousands but still want a little piece of luxury, go for silk pocket squares ($75) and neckties ($150–$160). (212-752-3131, canali.com). Mon–Sat 10am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 625 Madison Ave, (between 58th and 59th Sts)
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E.L.F. 

  • Price band: 1/4

We’re stoked that this affordable beauty brand (sold at chains such as Dollar General and Target) now has its first stand-alone store. Inside the black-and-white space, you’ll spot shades for eyes ($1–$6), lips ($1–$5), face ($1–$6) and nails ($2), as well as brush sets ($3–$75) and palettes ($5–$35). A makeup station hosts gratis application lessons, allowing you to test out 144-piece eye-shadow palettes ($15), lip exfoliators ($3), makeup-setting mists ($3), bronzer-blush sets ($3) and mineral-infused primers ($6). (212-466-3310, eyeslipsface.com). Daily 10am–8:30pm.

  1. 741 Broadway, (at Astor Pl)
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FairEnds pop-up

  • Price band: 2/4

This rugged menswear line has taken over the retail space inside barbershop and speciality store Barber & Supply, hawking clothing ($18–$145) and accessories ($18–$180) for a limited time. Pick up signature baseball caps ($48) in 17 patterns and colors, Wellen x FairEnds drawstring swim trunks ($64), exclusive artist-collaboration tees ($42) and functional hiking boots ($300–$350). Don’t miss out on bags of DOMA for FairEnds organic coffee ($15) and chocolate trail bars ($5), perfect for refueling after an active day. (718-522-4959, fscbarber.com). Mon–Fri noon–8pm; Sat, Sun 10am–6pm.

  1. 101 North 8th St, (between Berry St and Wythe Ave)
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Intermix

  • Price band: 3/4

The fashionista staple celebrates its seventh NYC store with a capsule collection. The 20-piece line ($225–$1,600) was specifically designed for Intermix by some of its regularly featured designers, including Hérve Léger, Helmut Lang and Diane von Furstenberg. Standout pieces include Ohne Titel bright shift dresses ($498), Iro leather moto jackets ($1,228) and Sergio Rossi sassy stilettos ($575), all available for the next seven months. (212-228-8531, intermixonline.com). Mon–Sat 11am–8pm, Sun noon–7pm.

  1. 332 Bowery, (between Bond and Great Jones Sts)
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Inventory

  • Price band: 3/4

Following the success of locations in Vancouver and Dover Street Markets in London and Tokyo, this casual menswear store now has a U.S. outpost. The small but expertly curated selection includes international brands such as Margaret Howell, Orslow and Tricker’s that mimic the minimalist-cool aesthetic of Inventory magazine. Look for Needles floral-print button-up shirts ($225), Battenwear cotton shorts ($200), Workers polka-dot belts ($95) and Sassafras wool shirt-jackets ($585). Guys on a budget can pick up Ebbets Field Flannels cotton-twill baseball hats ($50), Japanese magazines ($25) and Falke merino-wool socks ($34).

  1. 12 Extra Pl, (between Bowery and Second Ave)
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Jellio Design Lab

  • Price band: 4/4

Having founded this whimsical home furnishings brand in 2005, former advertising executives Mario Marsicano and Chris Lenox open their first store inside Brooklyn design shop SFDS. Inspired by relics such as Lite-Brite, yo-yos and Nerf balls, the guys design imaginative products that tap into childhood nostalgia. The minimalist showroom is brightened with Jellio’s lights ($60–$6,500), seating ($650–$1,200), tables ($450–$900) and wall decor ($375–$2500). Add some sweet touches to your abode with lollipop-shaped headboards ($900), cupcake tables ($750) and sugary button benches ($1,200). (646-922-7221, jellio.com). Daily 10am–5pm.

  1. 239 Java St, (between McGuinness Blvd and Provost St)
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The Mobile Spa

  • Price band: 3/4

Owner Fawad Lakhani draws upon ten years of experience in the mobile-phone business to open this one-of-a-kind boutique, showcasing all kinds of portable electronics. The 450-square-foot store features bright lights, a stone accent wall and display cases housing a wide range of accessories ($10–$2,500). Customers looking to add some sparkle to their iPhones can pick cases encrusted with Swarovski crystals ($90–$125), while those seeking a more rustic vibe can score EXOVault wooden styles ($149–$299) that are handmade in Brooklyn. Look for top-of-the-line gadgets, such as Dancing Water LED speakers ($100), Harman/Kardon leather headphones ($100–$200) and Magic Cube laser keyboards ($199). The shop also offers free pickup and delivery services for cell-phone repairs ($70–$100) in downtown Manhattan. Mention TONY for 20 percent off all purchases through June 9. (212-633-8800). Daily 10am–9pm.

  1. 259 Bleecker St, (between Cornelia and Morton Sts)
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Quinn

  • Price band: 3/4

Just three months after its debut, this sophisticated womenswear line opened its first brick-and-mortar store. The vintage-inspired, 1,000-square-foot boutique features a wrought-iron birdcage chandelier, and serves as a contrast to the contemporary clothing ($55–$300) and accessories ($50–$110). From the house line, pick up drawstring lounge pants ($100). You’ll also find threads from established brands, such as Modern Vice snake-embellished sandals ($108), Ainsley pleated skirts ($200) and Qi New York colorblock shorts ($95). A small smattering of sleepwear and home goods features Hervé Gambs room fragrances ($48) and Qi Home plush striped eye masks ($50). (646-669-9348, quinnshop.com). Mon–Sat 11am–8pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 181 Orchard St, (between E Houston and Stanton Sts)
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Rag & Bone General Store

  • Price band: 3/4

The sixth location of this edgy brand was once a meat factory, and it retains much of that industrial vibe with unfinished concrete floors, brick walls and an original Dave’s Quality Veal sign. Sip a latte ($4) from the in-store Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee while shopping for ladies’ textured tank dresses ($450), leather leggings ($1,100) and military-style moto jackets ($795). Top picks for men include striped shorts ($175–$275), chambray jeans ($220) and cotton button-up shirts ($220). (212-249-3331, rag-bone.com). Mon–Sat 11am–8pm, Sun noon–7pm.

  1. 425 W 13th St, (at Washington St)
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