New stores (November 14–20, 2013)



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Akiko Hair & Nail

Akiko Hair & Nail

  • Price band: 3/4

Japanese hairstylist Akiko Sugiyama trained at Toni & Guy in London before moving to New York in 2008, working at Lower East Side salons such as Le Salon d’Art and Ringo. She ventures out on her own to open this four-chair balcony space, situated inside artisan bazaar the Market NYC. Despite its unorthodox location, the salon is capable of executing services beyond basic haircuts (women $75, men $55) and blowouts ($40–$55): An enclosed washing station down a flight of stairs allows for color ($85–$200), highlights ($100–$150) and keratin treatments ($220–$350). But the real draw is nail art, performed using Gelish and Gelaxy gel polish by two technicians from Tokyo. A single-color manicure ($35) serves as the ideal base for hand-painted designs such as flowers (add $20), camouflage (add $20), half-moons (add $10) and intricate Aztec prints (add $30). The sky’s the limit when it comes to custom work, but past themed creations include a Galaxy manicure ($50) and one depicting New York icons ($60). Regardless of what you get, you can expect it to last for up to two weeks. The Market NYC, 159 Bleecker St between Sullivan and Thompson Sts (917-284-7449, Wed, Thu, Sun noon–8pm; Fri noon–9pm; Sat 11am–9pm.

  1. 159 Bleecker St, (between Sullivan and Thompson Sts)
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The Apartment

  • Price band: 4/4

Professional stylists Vanessa Traina and Morgan Wendelborn combine their aesthetic savvy to create the first brick-and-mortar location for their online womenswear, beauty and home-goods retailer, the Line. As its name suggests, the 3,500-square-foot boutique is constructed to look like the kind of minimalist, texture-rich apartment that only the most stylish and deep-pocketed New Yorkers would call home. Thumb through a massive walk-in closet full of ready-to-wear clothing ($60–$2,600) and accessories ($530–$1,040), including Vince cashmere-blend sweaters ($345), Protagonist knit tops ($290) and Linda Farrow vintage-inspired shades ($530). Handcrafted bath and beauty products, such as Mountain Ocean coconut soap ($6) and Rodin lip balm ($30), are artfully arranged amid a rotating selection of clean-lined furniture and home goods ($12–$20,000). Furnish your abode with Andrianna Shamaris petrified-wood footstools ($3,980) and René Herbst French vintage chairs (two for $6,500). 76 Greene St at Spring St, third floor (646-678-4908, By appointment only.

  1. 76 Greene St, (at Spring St, third floor)
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Bed of Nails

At just 25 years old, Candice Idehen has already seen her nail designs grace the covers of Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue Paris, worked backstage at runway shows for Louis Vuitton and Calvin Klein, and earned boldfaced-name clients such as Jessica Alba and Estelle. The prodigy opens her first salon, which makes getting a basic manicure ($20) or pedicure ($32) an indulgent experience. The exposed-brick space features modern chandeliers, a private back room for waxing services ($10–$60), six mirrored manicure stations and half a dozen thronelike velvet pedicure chairs with freestanding basins for a more sanitary foot soak. Idehen stocks polishes only from brands she’s tested and approved herself, including Chanel, Deborah Lippmann, Tom Ford, Essie and Marc Jacobs. You can book an appointment online for souped-up services, such as the Can’t Touch This deluxe manicure ($30) featuring a hot-oil hand wrap and the Make Them Kissable signature pedicure ($60), which includes a rose-infused milk bath, seasonal scrub and paraffin wrap. There’s even a so-called menicure ($40) that treats guys to a deep hand exfoliation. Long-lasting formulas from Bio Sculpture, Young Nails, and Artistic Colors are used for gel manicures ($40) and pedicures ($50), and serve as an ideal base for nail-art add-ons, ranging from Swarovski crystals ($5–$70) and ombré glitter ($20) to freehand designs ($5–$100). 2272 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd (Seventh Ave) between 133rd and 134th Sts (212-694-2200, Tue–Sat 11am–8pm, Sun 11am–6pm.

  1. 2272 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd, (between 133rd and 134th Sts)
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Bronson van Wyck and Celerie Kemble Holiday Workshop

  • Price band: 3/4

Friends and local designers Bronson van Wyck and Celerie Kemble work together for the first time in a retail setting with this curated holiday gift shop. You’ll find both of the duo’s home-decor brands ($100–$17,500), as well as vintage apartment-ready picks ($45–$6,000) and unique gifts ($14–$35). Stroll through a pint-size tinsel town, and shop Bronson van Wyck hand-braided wreaths ($200–$750), monogram mint-julep cups (four for $275) and Mongolian sheepskin throw pillows ($275), as well as Celerie Kemble for Maitland-Smith decorative wall hooks ($597–$747). 19 E 75th St between Fifth and Madison Aves (212-861-6160, Mon–Wed 11am–7pm, Thu–Sat 11am–8pm, Sun noon–6pm. Through Dec 24.

  1. 19 E 75th St, (between Fifth and Madison Aves)
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Forma de Ser Holiday Emporium

Owner Rachel Horowitz brings her Latin America–made goods to this temporary shop, along with clothing from sustainable, locally made brands Study New York and Carrie Parry. You’ll find women’s clothes ($120–$450), accessories ($14–$325) and home decor ($18–$260) that are handmade in the Americas. Highlights include multicolored backpacks crafted from repurposed vintage Peruvian skirts ($160), hammered-copper hoop earrings ($44) and alpaca turtleneck ponchos ($340). 605 Hudson St between Bethune and W 12th Sts (781-789-4870, Daily 11am–8pm. Through Dec 31.

  1. 605 Hudson St, (between Bethune and W 12th Sts)
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Gurhan Atelier

  • Price band: 4/4

Having sold his high-end baubles ($1,000–$300,000) at Saks Fifth Avenue since 1994, Turkish jeweler Gurhan Orhan opens his first freestanding store. Wine-cellar doors separate the sales floor from the jeweler’s personal workshop. The handcrafted pieces incorporate gemstones, 24-karat gold and oxidized silver, resulting in hand-hammered bangles ($24,000), ruby stacking rings ($1,400–$25,000) and bejeweled mixed-metal bracelets ($54,000). 160 Franklin St between Hudson and Varick Sts (855-948-7426, Mon–Sat 10am–7pm.

  1. 160 Franklin St, (between Hudson and Varick Sts)
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Harry’s Corner Shop

Warby Parker cofounder Jeff Raider and business partner Andy Katz-Mayfield launched grooming brand Harry’s this past March and opened the e-commerce platform’s first 1920s-esque barbershop. The space features two traditional chairs and minimalist furniture. Aside from affordable cuts ($35) and shaves ($30), the shop offers clients a completely individualized appointment: Barbers use iPads to snap headshots and update digital profiles of each customer, detailing all of his previous cuts, shaves and purchases. But you don’t have to be in need of a trim to explore the merchandise stocked on ashwood shelves, including Hanes white cotton tees ($5), Sleepy Jones striped socks ($24), and Harry’s razors ($10) and shave cream ($8). You can also pick up Makr leather wallets ($110), Public Supply notebooks ($12) and even Best Made Belgian dart sets ($122). 64 MacDougal St at Houston St (646-964-5193, Mon–Fri 11am–8pm, Sat 10am–7pm.

  1. 64 MacDougal St, (at Houston St)
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After a nearly two-month-long hiatus and a vast makeover, this lingerie and bra-fitting shop reopens its Upper East Side location. The Atlanta chainlet is staffed by industry specialists who help customers navigate an inventory of nearly 11,000 bras ($90–$200) in about 100 sizes from luxury European brands such as Prima Donna, Marie Jo and Chantelle. Featuring cool slate walls and silver satin curtains, the compartmentalized space has six ample fitting rooms equipped with light dimmers, double curtains, small lacquered desks with cushioned stools and plugs to recharge devices. Don a silky black robe and try on Panache full-cup lace bras ($66), Fantasie embroidered styles ($62) and Simone Perele demi plunge looks ($95). You’ll also find panties ($20–$130), nightgowns ($80–$200) and shapewear ($70–$165). 1252 Madison Ave at 90th St (212-860-8366, Mon–Sat 10am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 1252 Madison Ave, (at 90th St)
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  • Price band: 3/4

This luxe fragrance company from French cognac heir Kilian Hennessy opens its first U.S. store. The Art Deco–style space showcases all four scent collections: L’Oeuvre Noire, Arabian Nights, Asian Tales, and In the Garden of Good and Evil. Exclusive to the boutique is a special fragrance inspired by the Big Apple, honorarily dubbed Apple Brandy ($235) and evening minaudières ($1,995–$2,995). Featuring apricot and jasmine notes, the Good Girl Gone Bad scent comes in a snake-jeweled clutch (1.7oz $245), while the Straight to Heaven, white cristal eau de parfum, featuring nutmeg and Brazilian rosewood, lies in a silk-lined wood coffret (1.7oz $235). 804 Washington St between Gansevoort and Horatio Sts ( Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 804 Washington St, (between Gansevoort and Horatio Sts)
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Malin + Goetz

Matthew Malin and Andrew Goetz open the third Manhattan location of their modern apothecary, showcasing their natural, locally manufactured line of unisex skin ($10–$82) and hair ($8–$68) products. Although the decor retains the same minimalist vibe of the Chelsea and Upper West Side stores, design firm Messana O’Rorke ( captured Carnegie Hill’s understated sophistication with chevron-patterned wood floors and a Carrera-marble backdrop. Aluminum towers hold the full collection, including glycolic-acid peel pads (50 for $48), aluminum-free eucalyptus deodorant ($18) and sage styling cream ($20). An alcove in the back wall displays candles ($14–$52) and fragrances ($48) in unusual scents, such as synthesized geranium leaf, cannabis and dark rum. 1266B Madison Ave between 90th and 91st Sts (212-226-1310, Mon–Fri 11am–7pm, Sat noon–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 1266B Madison Ave, (between 90th and 91st Sts)
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The brand behind every scribbler’s favorite notebook has expanded its retail presence with a second New York location (the first is inside the Shops at Columbus Circle). The 669-square-foot nook offers writing goodies such as pens ($15–$50), bags ($90–$150) and digital-device accessories ($30–$50), as well as the signature journals and notebooks ($6–$33) that guests can customize on the spot with exclusive NYC-centric stamps. Complete your personal collection with limited-edition pop-culture-themed 2014 planners ($19), iPhone cases resembling the classic Moleskine notebook ($35) and streamlined messenger bags ($130). 436 West Broadway at Prince St (646-964-4146, Mon–Sat 10am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 436 West Broadway, (at Prince St)
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Nalata Nalata pop-up

Fashion and industrial-design duo Angélique Chmielewski and Stevenson Aung, who founded this home-design e-tailer in 2013, bring their polished array of housewares ($8–$436) to their first temporary shop. The store showcases products by primarily Japanese makers who use traditional materials and manufacturing processes to create goods for modern living. Highlights of the collection include TAjiKA scissors and shears ($42–$242), which are forged from steel and copper in Japan; Los Angeles–made Hedley & Bennett aprons ($50–$98), crafted from selvage denim,; and the Umbrella Shop handmade umbrellas ($60). Update your pad with Jicon porcelain pitchers ($100), Takahashi Kougei wooden dishes ($47–$68), and plywood-and-glass clocks ($120) with near-silent Seiko sweep movements. Mention TONY for 15 percent off any purchase through Nov 30. 2 Extra Pl at 1st St (718-916-0776, Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm. Through Dec 24.

  1. 2 Extra Pl, (at 1st St)
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Mother-daughter team Paulina and Gosia Rojek debut a sister store to Shelterego, their gift shop on Shelter Island. Just like the original, this space maintains a nautical theme: One wall is covered with a recycled sail, and the small home goods ($12–$250), linens ($12–$450) and giftable knickknacks ($7–$180) all have a decidedly beachy vibe. Top picks include Roost etched-glass champagne flutes (six for $70), Texlen linen aprons ($30) and house-line cotton-thread bracelets adorned with freshwater pearls ($35). As a nod to their heritage, a small selection of jewelry ($160–$532) is also available from Polish designers such as Marcin Gronkowski and Jacek Byczewski. Look for Marcin Zaremski’s silver bracelets, including gold-plated cuffs ($389–$532) and brushed-silver buckled styles ($372–$452). Mention TONY for 10 percent off all tabletop accessories (including glasses and dishware) through November 30. 206 Court St between Warren and Wyckoff Sts, Cobble Hill, Brooklyn (718-422-7700, Mon noon–7pm, Tue–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun 11am–6pm.

  1. 206 Court St, (between Warren and Wyckoff Sts)
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Stillfried Wien

  • Price band: 3/4

Viennese husband and wife Michael and Anna Trubrig quit their jobs in finance and art dealing, respectively, to open this interior-design and lifestyle company. This is the couple’s first store, featuring exposed-brick walls and a gold-painted ceiling that serve as a luxe backdrop to the high-end furniture ($190–$20,000) and home goods ($18–$40,000). Add midcentury touches to your abode with Aye leather armchairs ($2,110–$2,190), Team7 colored-glass sideboards ($7,632) and Augarten Ursula Klasmann mod tableware ($615–$1,550). The shop also hawks unique fashion accessories, including Katharina Schmid boxing-glove–shaped necklaces ($140) and Mühlbauer porkpie hats ($450). 40 Walker St between Broadway and Church St (212-226-2921, Mon–Fri 10am–6pm, Sat noon–6pm.

  1. 40 Walker St, (between Broadway and Church St)
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  • Price band: 3/4

This Denmark company has been making grown-up charm bracelets for the past 37 years, and it finally debuts a Manhattan store. Customize a bracelet or necklace, starting with either gold or silver bangles ($133–$280), wrap leather bracelets ($33) or sterling-silver chains ($46–$100). Beads come in just about every color and material, including glass ($31–$69), gold ($234–$1,500), silver ($28–$121), stone ($63–$155), crystal ($92–$102) and pearl ($50–$171). There’s no waiting time for your one-of-a-kind bauble—leave with your necklace or bracelet on the spot. 1016 Sixth Ave between 37th and 38th Sts (212-302-0289, Mon–Fri 10am–7pm, Sat 10am–6pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 1016 Sixth Ave, (between 37th and 38th Sts)
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You & Yours Fine Vintage

After selling vintage housewares at the Brooklyn Flea for the last two years, vintage collector Allegra Muzzillo debuts her first store. Since she began collecting from flea markets and estate sales in 1994, Muzillo has curated an impressive assortment of furniture ($85–$600), kitchenware ($6–$100), lighting ($50–$700) and decor ($15–$1,350) from the 1950s through ’70s. Nearly every item is one-of-a-kind, but we recently spotted a 1930s ceramic elephant planter ($30), a mod floral serving tray ($35), a selection of 1960s graphic glass cocktail pitchers ($30) and a 1970s Marüshka colorful silkscreen print ($50). Mention TONY for 15 percent off all purchases through Dec 31. 240 Kent Ave at North 1st St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (917-482-4071, Wed–Sun 1–8pm.

  1. 240 Kent Ave, (at North 1st St)
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  • Price band: 3/4

The high-end Aussie label moves its NYC flagship to this 3,800-square-foot space in a historic cast-iron building. Ladies will find flirty apparel ($80–$2,600) and accessories ($125–$550), including asymmetrical dresses ($325–$625), leopard-print silk hats ($50), structured leather backpacks ($550) and suede boots ($425). The covetable swimwear collection ($60–$520) boasts romantic florals and paisley prints on underwire bikinis ($240) and mesh one-piece suits ($495). 55 Mercer St between Broome and Grand Sts (212-226-6440, Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 55 Mercer St, (between Broome and Grand Sts)
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