Shopping near the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

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The powerHouse Arena

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PowerHouse publishes beautiful photo books, but the company's open oftlike space and gallery invites the sort of casual browsing a weekend in Dumbo requires. PowerHouse also hosts all kinds of events, including some of the hottest authors, photographers and illustrators in kid lit.

  1. 37 Main St, at Water St
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Lord & Taylor

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Oft-overlooked for its more glamorous department store counterparts, Lord & Taylor offers an ever reliable selection of classic brands like Ralph Lauren—minus surging crowds. The men's department is particularly strong, and they offer loads of basics, like lingerie.

  1. 424 Fifth Ave, between 38th and 39th Sts
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Eve's Garden

Billed as the first sex shop for women, by women, Eve's Garden strives to steer female sexuality away from penis-shaped straws and subpar vibrators. The store's founder, women's-rights activist Dell Williams, designed it to be high-class, welcoming and anything but scary. The shop holds workshops

  1. 119 W 57th St, between Sixth and Seventh Aves, 12th floor, suite 1201
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HomeGoods

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Taking over a massive 20,000-square-foot bi-level space on the Upper West Side, this affordable home-furnishings chain's first Manhattan location offers weekly changing eclectic designer furniture and decor up to 60 percent off department-store prices. Make over your pad with modern pillar

  1. 795 Columbus Ave, at 99th St , 10025
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Hell's Kitchen Flea Market

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Tucked between the Lincoln Tunnel and Port Authority bus ramps, this unlikely slice of city street is closed to traffic every weekend when dozens of vendors unfold their tables full of goods. Vendors tend to compensate for the out-of-the-way location by offering lower prices than found in the

  1. W 39th St, between Ninth and Tenth Aves
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New York Vintage

  • Price band: 4/4
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Vogue photographs featuring the store’s antique garb line the walls at this living-history reservoir, where everything from 19th-century walking suits to neon Vivienne Westwood platforms is neatly arranged by era. Here you can rent a Chanel quilted suit ($1,025) or a Missoni knit dress ($895) for

  1. 117 W 25th St, between Sixth and Seventh Aves, 10001
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House of Hoops by Foot Locker

  • Price band: 2/4

Providing an assist to ballers, this glass-and-steel joint is the first in the nation dedicated to just Nike, Converse and Jordan kicks and clothing. Modernist glass displays of court-friendly sneakers surround photos of stars such as LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Carmelo Anthony, and if you feel

  1. 268 W 125th St, between Seventh Ave and Eighth Ave
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Levain Bakery

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Lunchtime means cookietime. At Levain Bakery the cookies are so huge, they might as well be lunch. These massive mounds stay underdone in the middle, making them a boon to cookie-dough lovers. Don’t miss the lush, brownielike double-chocolate number.

  1. 167 W 74th St, between Columbus and Amsterdam Aves
  2. Average cookie: $4. Amex, MC, V
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The Antiques Garage

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It's aways a scene: Lower East Side bargain hunters compete with city antiques dealers for the best prices on all things antique and vintage. Hosting more than 100 vendors spread across two floors of an old parking garage, this market is perhaps the best-known in the city, and for good

  1. 112 W 25th St, between Sixth and Seventh Aves
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Make Meaning

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You needn't be a budding Martha Stewart to get your creative juices flowing at this DIY haven. The five-story second Manhattan outpost (the first is on the Upper West Side) offers foolproof crafts that any age or skill level can master. Decorate your own prebaked chocolate or vanilla cake

  1. 501 Third Ave, between 84th and 85th Sts
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