New stores (October 3–9, 2013)

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  • Photograph: Bex Finch

    Caron Callahan pop-up

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Ulla Johnson leopard-print heels, $440, at Caron Callahan pop-up

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Erin Considine hand-braided brass necklace, $215, at Caron Callahan pop-up

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Hender Scheme leather-wrapped pens, $48 each, at Caron Callahan pop-up

  • Holl – New York

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Holl New York Italian-knit cardigan, $285

  • Holl New York round tortoiseshell sunglasses with green lenses, $285

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Holl New York double-breasted knit jacket, $325

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Niquea.D mesh bib necklace, $50

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Niquea.D gingered sandalwood candle, $18

  • Fletcher Chouinard Designs Beavertail surfboard, $1,275, at Patagonia Surf

  • Patagonia organic-cotton graphic T-shirt, $35

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    ’50s leopard jacket, $89, at Ritual Archive

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    Christian Dior ’80s flower-print tank, $72, at Ritual Archive

  • Schott NYC lightweight waxy cowhide fitted motorcycle jacket, $590

  • Schott NYC zip-front sweater, $170

  • Schott NYC cowhide leather flight jacket with detachable mouton collar, $950

  • Sleepy Jones Liberty floral pajama shirt, $180; and pajama pants, $154

  • Sleepy Jones Swiss dot robe, $225

  • Sleepy Jones striped socks, $24

  • Photograph: Alvina Lai

    Violet Pepper

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Isabel Lu houndstooth sweater, $92, at Violet Pepper

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    G.H. Bass & Co. leather penny loafers, $99, at Violet Pepper

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Ann-Ya leather paint-splattered pouch, $45, at Violet Pepper

Photograph: Bex Finch

Caron Callahan pop-up

B3 Barneys Blow Bar by Valery Joseph

  • Price band: 4/4

With three Upper East Side salons (two full-service and one blow-dry spot) already under his belt, hairstylist Valery Joseph expands into a space inside Barneys New York. Take a break from shopping for a blowout ($85–$150) that’s sleek and straight, voluminous or full of Joseph’s signature glam waves. Score Anna Wintour’s iconic bob (Joseph has tended to the tresses of the Vogue editor-in-chief, in addition to celebs such as Lady Gaga) with a haircut ($200–$400), or go long with permanent or clip-on extensions ($650–$2,500). On your way out, pick up the same Shu Uemura and Kérastase products ($18–$39) that are used in the salon. 660 Madison Ave between 61st and 62nd Sts (212-833-2600, valeryjoseph.com). Mon–Fri 10am–8pm, Sat 10am–7pm, Sun 11am–6pm.

  1. 660 Madison Ave, (between 61st and 62nd Sts)
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Caron Callahan pop-up

  • Price band: 3/4

Local womenswear designer Caron Callahan (caroncallahan.com) curated this temporary shop in the lobby of the Wythe Hotel—the first in a series that the hotel will host. Shop clothing for both sexes ($175–$550), jewelry ($110–$400), beauty products ($14–$68) and assorted giftable goods ($12–$100) from both local and international brands. Look for pieces from Callahan’s eponymous collection, such as high-waisted hemp jeans ($225) and poplin shirtdresses ($320). Highlights from other artists include Erin Considine hand-braided brass necklaces ($215), Smith & Chang General Goods handmade soap ($9) and Hender Scheme leather-wrapped pens ($48). 80 Wythe Ave at North 11th St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-747-4493, wythehotel.com). Daily 10am–8pm. Through Dec 31.

  1. 80 Wythe Ave, (at North 11th St)
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Holl – New York

  • Price band: 3/4

Former professional drummer Gabriel Holl makes his retail debut with this eponymous menswear shop. The swanky nook sports rich wood and white-brick interiors, providing a bachelor-friendly backdrop to the brand’s tailored streetwear ($150–$350), accessories ($30–$300) and suits ($2,500)—all locally designed by Holl himself. Peruse canvas-and-leather carryalls ($240), Italian-knit cardigans ($285) and statement-making shades ($285). 188 Orchard St between E Houston and Stanton Sts (212-979-9191, hollnyc.com). Tue–Sun noon–8pm.

  1. 188 Orchard St, (between E Houston and Stanton Sts)
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Niquea.D

  • Price band: 2/4

Greeting-card chain Papyrus expands its in-store accessory line with its first stand-alone shop. The vintage-inspired space features one-of-a-kind chandeliers and hand-painted damask walls. You’ll find on-trend jewelry ($12–$1,000), home-decor accents ($10–$3,500) and handcrafted cards ($6-$28) featuring lace appliqués and silk ribbons. Pick up soy candles ($16–$40) in scents such as ginger sandalwood and citrus blossom, faux-diamond bow bracelets ($28) and mesh bib necklaces ($50). Mention TONY for 10 percent off all purchases through November 3. 1335 Third Ave at 77th St (212-774-1935, papyrusonline.com/niquead). Mon–Sat 10am–8pm, Sun 11am–7pm.

  1. 1335 Third Ave, (at 77th St)
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Patagonia Surf

  • Price band: 2/4

This sporty minichain opens a fourth NYC location (the others are in Soho and the Meatpacking District, and on the Upper West Side) with its first surfcentric shop on the East Coast. You’ll find house-label apparel ($35–$129), wetsuits ($349–$619) and exclusive Fletcher Chouinard Designs handmade surfboards ($670–$1,275). Hit the beach in spandex board shorts ($49–$79) made from recycled fabrics, reversible wet vests ($79) and wool-lined split-toe booties ($79–$89), which provide reliable foot-to-board traction and are made specifically for the cold-weather climates on Eastern shores. If hitting the waves isn’t your typical weekend venture, pick up city-approved organic-cotton graphic tees ($35–$45) and reversible-wool beanies ($39) for both sexes. 313 Bowery at Bleecker St (212-228-2514, patagonia.com). Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 313 Bowery, (at Bleecker St)
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Ritual Archive

  • Price band: 2/4

Eight years after opening her boutique Ritual Vintage, owner Stacy Iannacone debuts this sister store hawking threads ($30–$100) and accessories ($10–$50) from the late 1800s through the 1990s. Unlike the original shop, where rare and couture pieces reign supreme, this store focuses on accessibility—all items clock in at $100 or less. Iannacone draws upon her 15 years in the vintage business to curate the wearable collection, featuring a ’50s mink stole ($100), an ’80s Christian Dior flower-print tank ($72) and a Ralph Lauren silk skirt ($89). 167 Mott St between Broome and Grand Sts (212-966-4142, ritualvintage.com). Daily noon–8pm.

  1. 167 Mott St, (between Broome and Grand Sts)
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Schott NYC

  • Price band: 3/4

To mark its 100th anniversary, this local label opens its first store since shuttering the original shop in the 1950s. Founded in the basement of a Lower East Side tenement building, the brand makes iconic leather motorcycle jackets for men ($500–$1,000) and women ($300–$600), made famous by the Ramones and James Dean. The company also created the leather bomber jackets and wool peacoats worn by the U.S. Army during World War II, and you can shop the same styles for both guys ($250–$500) and girls ($180–$275). There’s even a custom option (starting at $995) that allows you to choose your leather colors, lining, hardware and trim for your one-of-a-kind topper, which will be ready in four weeks. A small selection of causal menswear ($40–$200) is also available, including plaid flannel button-down shirts ($89–$140), zip-front sweaters ($200) and vintage-inspired tees ($40). 236 Elizabeth St between E Houston and Prince Sts (212-219-1636, schottnyc.com). Daily 11am–7pm.

  1. 236 Elizabeth St, (between E Houston and Prince Sts)
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Sleepy Jones pop-up

  • Price band: 2/4

Upgrade your bedroom attire with chic men’s ($120–$175) and women’s ($60–$180) pajamas at this temporary shop inside gallery the Hole (theholenyc.com). The collection, which launched earlier this year, is the brainchild of designers and business partners Andy Spade, Anthony Sperduti and Chad Buri, who are also behind beloved brands Kate Spade and Jack Spade, and ephemera studio Partners & Spade. Ladies can nab liberty-floral sleep shirts ($180) with matching cotton pants ($164) and panties ($54). Guys will find button-down shirts ($145), striped socks ($24) and cotton boxers ($44). 312 Bowery between Bleecker and E Houston Sts (sleepyjones.com). Tue–Sat noon–7pm. Through Dec 31.

  1. 312 Bowery, (between Bleecker and E Houston Sts)
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Violet Pepper

  • Price band: 2/4

A former buyer for indie shop Dalaga, Jade Elzien opens her first boutique, named after her daughter. Brooklyn artist Caleb Engstrom (calebengstrom.org) created the custom raw-wood racks and counters that display feminine threads ($55–$178), footwear ($99–$150) and locally made jewelry ($22–$238) from indie brands such as Erica Weiner, Cooper & Ella and All Black. Expect to find Isabel Lu houndstooth sweaters ($92), G.H. Bass & Co. leather penny loafers ($99) and Ann-Ya leather paint-splattered pouches ($45). 688 Manhattan Ave between Nassau and Norman Aves, Greenpoint, Brooklyn (718-383-0869, violetpepperbk.com). Tue–Sat noon–8pm, Sun noon–7pm.

  1. 688 Manhattan Ave, (between Nassau and Norman Aves)
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