New stores (April 8--14)

  • Guvnor's Vintage Thrift

  • Vintage doctor's bag, $125, at Guvnor's Vintage Thrift

  • Vintage swimsuit, $30, at Guvnor's Vintage Thrift

  • Vintage leather boots, $65, at Guvnor's Vintage Thrift

  • Lauren Vidal crinkled tulle skirt, $139

  • Lauren Vidal striped asymmetrical pullover, $219

  • Lauren Vidal wide-leg gaucho jeans, $139

  • Terracycle Cap'n Crunch notebook, $2

  • Terracycle Frito-Lay speakers, $15

  • Terracycle Vinyl Desk Clock, $13

Guvnor's Vintage Thrift

Francky L’Official With a diverse clientele that includes Real Housewives, Mackenzie Phillips and, most recently, Snooki, owner Francky L’Official attempts to make everyone feel comfortable at his ritzy Upper East Side salon. So get over the fancy-pants address and embrace the ergonomically designed chairs, black mirrored furniture and host of high-end services. Choose from cuts ($50--$160), color ($50--$250), straightening ($150--$700), threading ($25--$140), manicures and pedicures ($25--$50), and even dermatological treatments like Botox (starts at $450) and Juvderm ($910). Mention TONY to receive 20 percent off cuts and blowouts through April 30. 1063 Madison Ave between 80th and 81st Sts (212-628-7505, Mon--Sat 8am--5:30pm, Sun 11am--5pm.

Friends of Scotland pop-up Whether you’ve got highland lineage or just a hard-on for Ewan McGregor, you’ll be all over this high-end Scottish shopfest (brought to you by the same folks behind the annual Dressed to Kilt runway show). Designers from across the pond will sell Scottish-inspired runway looks by Vivienne Westwood ($900--$3,000) and Michael Kaye tartan gowns ($1,200). Style yourself la Marc Jacobs in one of Joey D’s edgy kilts ($300), or go just to eyeball the world’s most expensive kilt: A Holland & Sherry number costing $7,450. 13 E 69th St between (212-452-3177, Thu 8, Fri 9, Mon 12 noon--6pm; Sat 10, Sun 11 noon--7pm.

Guvnor’s Vintage Thrift Suzette Sundae, formerly of the Monkey Whistles & Motorbikes shop, has debuted a 1,900-square-foot vintage paradise in the heart of Park Slope. Men can score classy oxford shirts from the 1960s ($19), while ladies can choose from reassembled costume jewelry and charm necklaces ($15), funky leather boots ($29 and up), and an impressive stash of 1940s--1980s dresses (starting at $22). Mention TONY when you spend $75 or more to receive $10 off and a free cotton tote. 178 Fifth Ave between DeGraw and Sackett Sts, Park Slope, Brooklyn (718-230-4887, Mon--Fri noon--9pm; Sat, Sun 11am--8pm.

Lauren Vidal Our shrink says we need a vacation, but our boss says this is the closest we’re getting to the Champs-lyses. High ceilings and tall windows characterize the sunny U.S. flagship; Parisian designer Revital Vidal already has 20 stores across Europe. Must-haves include striped asymmetrical pullovers ($219), super-wide-leg gaucho jeans ($139) and crinkled tulle skirts ($139). Bring this copy of TONY to receive 15 percent off full-priced items through May 7. 2450 Broadway between 90th and 91st Sts (212-580-0495, Mon--Sat 10am--9pm, Sun 11am--8pm.

Milan Luxury Home decorators with Beluga tastes but caviar-size budgets will love scouring this furniture outlet, packed with big-name Italian brands like Missoni Home. The two-level shop carries Illy coffeemakers for $359 (originally $595) and Ottavia suspended lamps for $129 (once $285). Mention TONY or enter discount code TONY when shopping online to receive 20 percent off through June 30. 482 Broome St at Wooster St (212-228-6651, Mon--Fri 11am--7pm; Sat 10am--6pm; Sun noon--6pm.

NOS Boutique Less than a year after Racquel Nosworthy opened her debut Dumbo boutique, she decided she needed room to grow and moved her act into a sleeker space a few blocks away. Shoes are still the star at NOS, with Modern Vintage gladiator sandals ($198) rounding out an expanded high-end collection (Vera Wang, Cynthia Vincent, Cavage). Nosworthy also carries a small selection of handbags, jewelry and outerwear, such as Mackage leather jackets with removable hoods ($695). Mention TONY to receive 10 percent off through April 30. 117 Front St between Adams and Washington Sts, Dumbo, Brooklyn (718-422-0095, Mon--Sat 11am--8pm; Sun noon--6pm.

Sephora The days of spraying every fragrance on a little card just to find your No. 1 pick are over. Sephora’s new 5,602-square-foot outpost on the Upper West Side is stepping into the digital age with Scentsa, a computerized touch-screen fragrance feature. The program quizzes shoppers to help them find their perfect scent; just promise you won’t break the machine when it matches you with the Kim Kardashian fragrance ($65). Perfumes aside, the beauty haven will also carry oodles of cosmetic must-haves, including Sephora Collection Color Play 5-in-1 eye, lip and cheek sets ($17) and Jack Black Face Buff energizing scrub ($30). 808 Columbus Ave at 97th St (, 212-280-2525). Mon--Sat 10am--9pm; Sun noon--6pm.

Terracycle GreenUp pop-up Balance out your freakishly long showers with a trip to this affordable, earth-friendly store. All of the products, which range from housewares to men’s and ladies’ apparel, are creatively made from recycled waste. Groove to your iTunes mix with Terracycle speakers made from Frito-Lay chip bags ($15), wake up in the morning to a Terracycle clock fashioned from old records ($13) or write poetry in a Terracycle Cap’n Crunch notebook crafted from salvaged cereal boxes ($2). Port Authority Bus Terminal, 641 Eighth Ave at 41st St (609-393-4252, Mon--Sat 11am--7pm. Through May 31.

Compiled by Jayme Cyk, Laura Lanz-Frolio, Rachel LeWinter, Emily Roitman and Amanda Waas. Got store news? E-mail

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