New stores (November 7–13, 2013)

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  • Photograph: Thierry Bezos

    A.P.C. shawl-collar pullover, $355

  • A.P.C. rabbit-fur parka, $1,410

  • Photograph: Thierry Bezos

    A.P.C. wool plaid shirt, $475

  • Athleta down jacket, $178

  • Athleta lightweight tights, $69

  • Doyle & Doyle Compass Rose pendant necklace, $295

  • Doyle & Doyle North Star cuff, $650

  • Photograph: Lauren Spinelli

    Grace & Favor

  • Grace & Favor English-bulldog screenprinted pillow, $75

  • Photograph: Lauren Spinelli

    Repeat Repeat menagerie mug, $25, at Grace & Favor

  • Photograph: Alvina Lai

    Just Cavalli printed T-shirt, $310

  • Photograph: Alvina Lai

    Just Cavalli button-up shirt with leopard-print sleeves, $295

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    Ricardo Rojas Atelier

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A.P.C. shawl-collar pullover, $355

A.P.C.

  • Price band: 3/4

Founded in 1987 by designer Jean Touitou, this popular French brand opens its third Manhattan location (the others are in Soho and the West Village). Touitou collaborated with French architect Laurent Deroo (laurentderooarchitecte.com), who has been with the company for more than a decade, to create the minimalist bi-level space using pale-oak and aluminum fixtures that echo the label’s understated vibe. Both guys and girls will find workwear-inspired clothing ($90–$2,350) and accessories ($30–$750) displayed on the first floor, while the basement is devoted to A.P.C.’s denim creations ($185–$275). Women will love knit pullovers ($355), chic parkas ($1,410) and suede ankle-strap pumps ($430). Men can snag rugged overshirts ($475), soft sweaters ($325) and leather ankle boots ($415). 49 Bond St between Bowery and Lafayette St (212-966-0049, apc.fr). Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 49 Bond St, (between Bowery and Lafayette St)
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Athleta

  • Price band: 3/4

Gap’s fitness brand opens its third NYC store (the others are on the Upper East and Upper West Sides), hawking women’s workout threads ($26–$279) and accessories ($8–$250). The shop features an entire wall dedicated to performance pants ($64–$98), but other standouts include flattering slim-cut down jackets ($178), lightweight tights ($69) and supportive tanks ($54). Grab yoga-mat straps ($16), colorful stretch headbands ($14) and nylon bags ($79), and you’ll be ready to hit the gym. Take advantage of the free hemming services on all pants, dresses and skirts for the perfect fit. 126 Fifth Ave at 18th St (athleta.com). Mon–Sat 9:30am–9pm, Sun 11am–8pm.

  1. 126 Fifth Ave, (at 18th St)
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Doyle & Doyle

  • Price band: 4/4

In 2000, sisters Elizabeth and Irene Pamela Doyle opened a showroom for their curated archive of luxury vintage jewelry. Thirteen years later, they’re packing up and moving to a bigger space. To celebrate, they are launching their own eponymous collection ($145–$11,500), including navigation-themed baubles such as cuffs embellished with 18-karat gold stars ($650) and diamond-adorned compass pendants ($295). You’ll also find original, unaltered retro pieces for both sexes, including rings ($65–$51,000), necklaces ($85–$22,500) and earrings ($105–$22,500). Ladies can splurge on 1930s cameo rings ($495) and 19th-century gold serpentine earrings ($1,200). Highlights for men include 1905 14-karat gold cufflinks ($850) and 1905 Tiffany sterling-silver money clips ($185). 412 W 13th St between Ninth Ave and Washington St (212-677-9991, doyledoyle.com). Tue, Wed, Fri 1–7pm; Thu 1–8pm; Sat, Sun noon–7pm.

  1. 412 W 13th St, (between Ninth Ave and Washington St)
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Gagosian Shop

  • Price band: 4/4

Art-gallery giant Gagosian opens a 600-square-foot gift shop on the ground floor of its Upper East Side location. The space was designed by Selldorf Architects (selldorf.com), a local firm with a history of developing art-display spaces. Posters ($15–$750), prints ($1,000–$100,000) and publications ($10–$4,500) are the main focus, but artist-designed home decor ($20–$15,000) and useful objects ($699–$10,000) pepper the offerings. Store-exclusive Urs Fischer ink-jet wallpaper prints on nylon-reinforced paper ($1,500–$15,000) and Plexiglas-framed Andy Warhol prints ($350) instantly add art-world cred to residential walls. 976 Madison Ave between 76th and 77th Sts (212-796-1224, gagosian.com). Mon–Sat 10am–7pm.

  1. 976 Madison Ave, (between 76th and 77th Sts)
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Grace & Favor

  • Price band: 3/4

Gloucestershire-born Brooklynite Andrea Brooke honed her skills as a design manager at British interiors company Brunschwig & Fils. She opens her first store, dedicated to Anglophiles who want to upgrade their abodes with furniture ($900–$7,000), wallpaper ($70–$500), lighting ($300–$4,000) and quirky home accents ($25–$1,500) from a variety of young and established British designers. Look for Andrew Martin oversize leather-back sofas ($7,095), Repeat Repeat bone-china teapots ($80), Fiona Gall glass-and-metal chandeliers ($2,995) and Grace & Favor English-bulldog screenprinted pillows ($75). 168 North 1st St between Bedford and Driggs Aves, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (347-799-2941, gracefavor.com). Daily noon–7pm.

  1. 168 North 1st St, (between Bedford and Driggs Aves)
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Just Cavalli

  • Price band: 4/4

The funky sister label to Roberto Cavalli’s eponymous brand relaunches with a new flagship store, the previous one having shut down in 2011. The 6,000-square-foot shop reflects the designer’s distinctive over-the-top aesthetic: Diamond-encrusted leopard fabric serves as curtains, while a python-skin textile embedded in glass lines the stairs. Confident ladies can nab colorful threads ($195–$20,000) and accessories ($150–$995), including patterned pajama-style pants ($620), python-skin wallets ($240) and tuxedo blazers ($875). The smaller but equally punchy menswear collection ($150–$1,800) entails leopard-print tees ($295) and velour jackets ($1,055). 434 West Broadway at Prince St (646-741-4434, justcavallinyc.com). Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 434 West Broadway, (at Prince St)
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Ricardo Rojas Atelier

  • Price band: 4/4

Throughout his 20-year career, Argentine hairstylist Ricardo Rojas has tended to the manes of celebs such as Jessica Chastain, Eva Longoria and Zoe Saldana. He opened his first salon on the Upper East Side in 2009 and has relocated around the corner to this intimate space. The five-chair spot has white walls, and is accented with metallic couches and mirrors. Hang out in the chic outdoor terrace while you wait for your cut (men $71–$150, women $151–$200; with Rojas, men $251, women $401), color ($125–$401, with Rojas $301–$501) or conditioning treatment ($80–$121). Rojas specializes in extensions ($1,500–$2,500) using real human hair, so stop in for a natural-looking mane makeover. 60 E 66th St between Madison and Park Aves (212-721-5900, ricardorojashair.com). Daily 9am–7:30pm.

  1. 60 E 66th St, (between Madison and Park Aves)
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