New stores (November 28–December 4, 2013)

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  • Photograph: Barkow Photo

    The Atelier at Journelle

  • Photograph: Lauren Spinelli

    Capwell & Co. pop-up

  • Capwell & Co. crystal flower necklace, $52

  • Capwell & Co. hematite stone round ring, $24

  • Capwell & Co. star and chain drop statement bracelet, $32

  • Free City I Love You sweatpants, $148

  • Free City Life Nature Love sherpa zip hoodie, $198

  • Gant Rugger cardigan, $185

  • Gant Rugger zebra-patterned tee, $78

  • VuPoint iPhone photo printer, $160, at Hammacher Schlemmer

  • The New York Times front page reprint, $100, at Hammacher Schlemmer

  • Michael Hoban for North Beach Leather ’80s fitted dress, $375, at Maison Jadis

  • Saks Fifth Avenue 1960s tapestry coat, $585, at Maison Jadis

  • SJA mod ankle boots, $175; Maud Frizon cone-heel pumps, $210; Mario Valentino leather pumps with zig-zag details, $160; all at Maison Jadis

  • Mirador

  • Photograph: Masahiro Noguchi

    Battenwear travel shell parka, $558, at Mirador

  • Freedom of Animals bags, small $360, large $480; both at Mirador

  • The Pleasure Chest

  • Jimmy Jane waterproof external vibrator, $145, at the Pleasure Chest

  • Rhinestone glamour cuffs, $50, at the Pleasure Chest

Photograph: Barkow Photo

The Atelier at Journelle

The Atelier at Journelle

  • Price band: 3/4

High-end lingerie chainlet Journelle opens a curtained-off shop inside its main offices, offering the same luxe bras ($42–$150), panties ($22–$90) and pajamas ($140–$200) as at its Upper East Side, Soho and Flatiron District locations. The smaller space features pink floral walls, blush couches and sparkling chandeliers. Make an appointment with a fit specialist to try on Little Bra Company lace bras ($64), Stella McCartney balconette styles ($165) and Eberjey stretch-lace chemises ($68–$76). Giftable goods include Mary Green embellished sleep masks ($26) and Journelle Linden lingerie wash ($4–$12). 159 W 25th St between Sixth and Seventh Aves, fourth floor (212-255-7802, journelle.com). By appointment only.

  1. 159 W 25th St, fourth floor, (between Sixth and Seventh Aves)
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Capwell & Co. pop-up

  • Price band: 2/4

This affordable jewelry e-tailer launches its first temporary shop, just in time for the holiday season. The intimate store’s clean white walls and shelves allow the chic baubles—all priced below $100—to take center stage. Necklaces ($32–$78) hang from hooks on the walls, while smaller pieces such as rings ($18–$28), bracelets ($18–$32) and earrings ($18–$28) are displayed in modern white bowls. Look for playful charm bracelets adorned with metal-and-rhinestone stars ($32), gold-plated tassel necklaces ($48) and metal-and-hematite rings ($24). Mention TONY for 25 percent off your first purchase through Dec 25. 50 W 8th St between Washington Sq West and Sixth Ave (800-573-3196, capwell.co). Mon–Sat 11am–8pm, Sun noon–7pm. Through Jan 1.

  1. 50 W 8th St, (between Washington Sq West and Sixth Ave)
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Free City pop-up

  • Price band: 3/4

This casual L.A. brand opens a temporary shop inside Scoop’s Meatpacking District store. The unisex weekend-ready sweats ($88–$615) and cold-weather accessories ($58) are emblazoned with free-spirited phrases, such as life nature love. Zip-up hoodies ($148–$215), elbow-patch crewneck sweaters ($225) and drawstring midweight sweatpants ($148) are handcrafted using a blend of colorful paints at the company’s Hollywood workshop. Accessorize with graphic iPhone covers ($35) and pom-pom sherpa hats ($58). Mention TONY to receive 15 percent off all purchases through Dec 11. 430 W 14th St at Washington St (212-691-1926, scoopnyc.com). Mon–Sat 11am–8pm, Sun 11am–7pm. Through Jan 30.

  1. 430 W 14th St, (at Washington St)
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Gant Rugger

  • Price band: 3/4

Just a month after opening its first Brooklyn store in Williamsburg, this twisted-prep-school menswear label debuts a second Kings County location. The brasserie-inspired spot hawks clothing ($50–$695) and accessories ($32–$395), including striped cardigans ($185), zebra-print tees ($78) and plaid button-down shirts ($135). Add silk dotted ties ($125) and colorful pocket squares ($32) for a unique yet refined look. 357 Atlantic Ave between Bond and Hoyt Sts, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn (347-457-6878, gant.com). Mon–Sat 11am–8pm, Sun 11am–7pm.

  1. 357 Atlantic Ave, (between Bond and Hoyt Sts)
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Hammacher Schlemmer

  • Price band: 3/4

Following a year of renovations, this hardware store has expanded into a bi-level space, filled with unique electronics ($20–$7,000), home goods ($20–$4,000), personal-care items ($20–$7,000), sports equipment ($20–$90,000), travel products ($20–$350), and apparel for men and women ($20–$600). Quirky finds include reprints of The New York Times on the day of your birth ($100), heated massage chairs that recline up to 160 degrees ($3,000), noise-and-light-canceling travel pillows ($100) and iPhone photo printers ($160). 147 E 57th St between Lexington and Third Aves (800-421-9002, hammacher.com). Mon–Sat 10am–7pm, Sun noon–5pm.

  1. 147 E 57th St, (between Lexington and Third Aves)
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Maison Jadis

  • Price band: 2/4

Vintage devotee Mary Ann Fusco brings her aptitude for retro curations to life with this Art Deco–inspired boutique. Plum walls and throwback furnishings complement the womenswear ($80–$750) and accessories ($60–$400) from the 1920s through ’90s that she’s collected over the years. Each piece is one of a kind, but we spotted a Peachtree Fashions metallic maxidress ($240), a Saks Fifth Avenue tapestry coat ($585) and a pair of Mario Valentino leather pumps ($160). 107 Crosby St at Prince St (212-226-5100). Mon–Fri noon–7pm, Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 107 Crosby St, (at Prince St)
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Mirador

  • Price band: 3/4

Guatemalan entrepreneur Aurora Lopez taps her love of art, fashion and travel for this brick-walled boutique. The wanderlust-inspired shop is sprinkled with men’s and women’s apparel ($65–$1,500) and accessories ($45–$3,000) from designers worldwide. Peruse Rocky Mountain Featherbed tribal-print vests ($865), Battenwear hooded parkas ($558) and Freedom of Animals sustainable faux-leather clutches ($360). Update your pad with fine and contemporary art ($5,000–$20,000), curated by Belgium’s Gallery 51 (gallery51.com). Mirador doubles as a mini travel agency, with famed mountaineer Andrea Cardona (andreacardona.com) lending her vacation-planning services to create customized trips to Guatemala ($5,000–$20,000). 1 MacDougal Alley at MacDougal St (917-639-3601, mirador-nyc.com). Mon–Wed 11am–7pm, Thu–Sat 11am–8pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 1 MacDougal Alley, (at MacDougal St)
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The Pleasure Chest

  • Price band: 2/4

A West Village institution since 1971, this sex-toy megastore opens a second NYC location. The 5,600-square-foot space has a boudoir feel, and stocks both luxury and budget gadgets ($15–$200), as well as books ($10–$30) and lingerie ($5–$150). Upon entering, you’ll find goodies catering to beginners, including Maison Close bodysuits ($130) and tomes such as Anne Rice’s Sleeping Beauty trilogy ($16). Continue your exploration with popular toys, such as Vibratex Rabbit vibrators ($70–$85), Lelo Luna Beads ($50) and Tantus G-spot dildos ($90). Among the dozens of items geared toward men are Tantus cock slings ($43) and Tenga masturbation sleeves ($8). If your tastes run a little less vanilla, there’s an entire room of kinky paraphernalia, filled with leather floggers ($25–$140), O-ring collars ($55) and electric wands ($155). A large meeting room downstairs offers free classes like “Beginners’ BDSM” and “The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure.” Don’t leave without checking out the Sex Is Back campaign (sexisback.com) playing on iPads, featuring real videos of people overcoming shame and finding sex-positive fulfillment. 1150 Second Ave between 60th and 61st Sts (212-355-6909, thepleasurechest.com). Mon–Wed, Sun 10am–10pm; Thu–Sat 10am–midnight.

  1. 1150 Second Ave, (between 60th and 61st Sts)
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Spin Hair Salon

  • Price band: 2/4

Stylist Eddie J. Williams moves his three-year-old Lower East Side salon into this larger spot, named in honor of his deejaying past. The six-chair space features black leather couches and an exposed-brick wall hung with framed photos of Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman. Stop in for a haircut (men $30, women $62), blowout ($25–$35), color (half-head $110, full $200) or keratin treatment ($99). You can also nab makeup services from celeb artist Charles Edward ($100–$150). 195 Ave A between 12th and 13th Sts (212-358-7746, spinhairnewyork.com). Tue–Sat noon–8pm.

  1. 195 Ave A, (between 12th and 13th Sts)
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Wired pop-up

  • Price band: 4/4

Shop for the tech lovers on your list at this holiday shop curated by Wired magazine. The store acts as a gallery space for the online shop, so customers can play with the latest gadgets ($15–$51,000) and order them for delivery in three to five days. Check out innovative Lockitron smartphone-operated door locks ($179), Kohler bluetooth-connected showerheads ($129) and Parrot Zik gold headphones ($399). 353 W 14th St at Ninth Ave (wired.com/store). Tue–Sun noon–8pm. Through Dec 22.

  1. 353 W 14th, (at Ninth Ave)
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