New stores (July 18–31, 2013)

  • Adel Atelier

  • Adel Atelier styling spray, $19; conditioner, $22; shampoo, $22; and volumizing spray, $19

  • Carlo Pazolini lace-up boots, $395

  • Carlo Pazolini suede satchel, $295

  • Carlo Pazolini embellished flats, $275

  • GamaGo guitar-shaped spatulas, $13 each, at KADOnyc

  • Natural Life embroidered wallet, $40, at KADOnyc

  • GamaGo record place mats, $20 each, at KADOnyc

  • Photograph: Cinzia Reale-Castello

    Proper Cloth

  • Proper Cloth striped dress shirt, $140

  • Photograph: Cinzia Reale-Castello

    Proper Cloth knit silk ties, $40 each

  • Proper Cloth gingham dress shirt, $160

  • Photograph: Cinzia Reale-Castello

    Proper Cloth metal cufflinks, $30 per pair

  • Skate Brooklyn Skate Shop

  • Photograph: Ralph Livingston Photography

    Wolverine 1000 Mile by Samantha Pleet ankle booties, $300

  • Wolverine 1000 Mile leather lace-up boots, $400

  • Wolverine leather buckle boots, $300

  • Yvone Christa New York silver-tulip pearl earrings, $132

Adel Atelier

Adel Atelier

  • Price band: 3/4

French hairstylist Adel Chabbi has been working at hot spots throughout the city since 2000, such as Frédéric Fekkai and Pierre Michel. He opens his own three-chair salon, adorned with custom-made gilded mirrors and gothic black chandeliers. Walk-ins are welcome, but the small space lends itself to booking an appointment. Although the salon offers traditional services, such as haircuts ($80–$125), blowouts ($50–$80) and color ($80–$125), its speciality is extensions ($300–$3,800). Your stylist will match the Great Length extensions to your hair color, texture and length, dyeing or highlighting the strands if necessary to ensure a seamless look that lasts for up to six months. Be advised that the process can take up to three hours to complete. For a quicker update to your tresses, get a half-hour-long dry cut, a technique that helps to tame curly manes and give edgy shape to straight styles. As with all of the salon’s services, the express chop concludes with a gratis wash, dry, blowout and relaxing scalp massage. Be sure to grab some of the house-line products, such as sulfate- and paraben-free shampoo ($22), conditioner ($22) and volumizing spray ($19). 96 Orchard St between Broome and Delancey Sts (917-257-9080). Tue–Sat 9:30am–9:30pm, Sun 1–6pm.

  1. 96 Orchard St, (between Broome and Delancey Sts)
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Carlo Pazolini

  • Price band: 3/4

Established in 1990, the Italian-made footwear and accessories brand opens its second Manhattan boutique (the original is in Soho). Architect Giorgio Borruso ( designed the 2,500-square-foot space, featuring undulating satin-metal shelving units that showcase the collection of men’s and women’s shoes ($165–$385) and accessories ($174–$425). The shop carries the line’s eponymous house-label leather shoes ($174–$225), as well as the higher-end Carlo Pazolini Couture collection ($165–$385). Men can slip their feet into driving moccasins ($265), patent-leather lace-ups ($195) and tasseled loafers ($325). Women will find satin platform pumps ($195) and perforated-leather flats ($225), as well as pastel cross-body bags ($425) and roomy satchels ($425). 410 W 14th St at Ninth Ave (646-663-3270, Mon–Sat 10am–9pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 410 W 14th St, (at Ninth Ave)
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Duncan Quinn

  • Price band: 3/4

After spending a decade in its original Nolita flagship, this New York custom menswear brand moves its tailored duds to a new home. The store will continue to carry its locally made, one-of-a-kind bespoke suits ($4,000–$30,000), as well as ready-to-wear suits and jackets ($2,000–$3,000), ranging from classic flannel styles ($2,500) to eclectic-hued tweed looks ($1,950). Owner Duncan Quinn draws on his London heritage and world travels to infuse traditional British style and a touch of rock & roll edge into the store’s decor and inventory. Pair your crisp new suit with eye-catching silk ties ($185) and pocket squares ($75), all woven in England. Cotton shirts ($250–$350) in contrasting shades are perfect for layering, while handmade sterling-silver cufflinks ($175–$675) provide the finishing touch. Mention TONY for 10 percent off all purchases through August 31. 70–80 Kenmare St between Mott and Mulberry Sts (212-226-7030, Tue–Fri noon–8pm; Sat, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 70–80 Kenmare St, (between Mott and Mulberry Sts)
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  • Price band: 2/4

A New Yorker by way of Miami, owner Rick Hanley brings his curated South Beach gift shop, Pink Palm, to NYC with this northern rebrand. You’ll find something for everyone on your shopping list among the imported wrapping paper ($5), clever cards ($2–$13) and thoughtful tchotchkes ($10–$35). Stop in to pick up artsy Kikkerland Mona Lisa clocks ($40), Natural Life embroidered wallets ($40) and GamaGo guitar-shaped spatulas ($13). Mention TONY for 20 percent off all purchases through Wednesday 31. 192 Bleecker St between MacDougal St and Sixth Ave (917-793-5400, Daily 10am–8pm.

  1. 192 Bleecker St, (between MacDougal St and Sixth Ave)
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Proper Cloth

  • Price band: 3/4

Founded in 2008 by designer Seph Skerritt, this local custom-shirt company opens its first brick-and-mortar store. The masculine loft is decorated with leather couches and large wooden tables displaying fabric samples. Gents can grab a gratis whiskey and customize every aspect of their new shirt ($80–$190), choosing from more than 250 fabrics, 17 custom collars and four button options. Your made-to-measure top is made in Malaysia and will be delivered in just one to two weeks. Complete the look with knit silk ties ($40) and metal cufflinks ($30). Mention TONY to receive 10 percent off all purchases through Wednesday 31. 481 Broadway between Broome and Grand Sts, fourth floor (260-207-4478, Mon–Fri 10am–8pm; Sat, Sun noon–6pm. By appointment only.

  1. 481 Broadway, (between Broome and Grand Sts)
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Skate Brooklyn Skate Shop

  • Price band: 2/4

Ride Brooklyn’s extreme-sports sister store has relocated its beloved shred shop from Prospect Heights, hawking hard ($40–$550) and soft ($10–$350) goods at this 1,400-square-foot underground barracks. Pass through the garage to purchase apparel ($10–$75), shoes ($50–$80) and outerwear ($80–$350) from brands such as WeSC, Toy Machine and Adidas displayed on repurposed tree trunks. Fresh decks ($40–$55) and snowboards ($300–$550) hang on the walls, while a 22-foot-wide mini ramp complete with a vert wall extension is situated at the far end of the space. Local skaters can pay to rip the ramp ($5/day); those first stepping on their boards can sign up for group ($35/hour) or private ($45/hour) lessons. Once it gets too cold outside to push the pavement, snow equipment is added to the stock, along with services such as tune-ups for snowboards ($30) and field trips to the Catskills and Vermont ($80–$100). Get outfitted with gear, including custom Skate Brooklyn skateboard decks ($40 with grip tape), Never Summer snowboards ($400), Levi’s jeans ($50) and Supra snapbacks ($25–$32). 78 St. Marks Pl between Fourth and Fifth Aves, Park Slope, Brooklyn (718-857-5283, Mon–Fri noon–8pm; Sat, Sun 11am–7pm.

  1. 78 St. Marks Pl, (between Fourth and Fifth Aves)
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Wolverine Company Store

  • Price band: 2/4

After a well-received pop-up shop at the end 2012, this rugged footwear brand opens its first permanent NYC store. Popular for supporting the soles of laboring men, the work-boot company has come a long way since its introduction to the elbow-grease generation in 1883, now offering stylish men’s ($150–$750) and women’s ($175–$625) footwear along with apparel ($48–$490) and accessories ($55–$400). The 1,800-square-foot space pays homage to Wolverine’s heritage by using salvaged wood from its original tannery in Rockford, Michigan, to display 170 genuine boot lasts. Old-fashioned brand ads and vintage lighting hang above Wolverine’s signature 1,000 Mile leather lace-up boots ($350), created in 1914, and women’s ankle booties ($300), updated by New York designer Samantha Pleet. Look for clothing such as BKLYN Dry Goods tees ($48) and Tellason slim-fit jeans ($220), as well as add-ons including Filson zippered tote bags ($140) and Tanner Goods leather belts ($110). 256 Elizabeth St between E Houston and Prince Sts (212-226-7869, Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 256 Elizabeth St, (between E Houston and Prince Sts)
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Yvone Christa New York

  • Price band: 2/4

Launched in 1991 by Swedish designers Yvone Clamf and Christina Söderström, this opulent jewelry brand relocates its NYC flagship to a brighter, sunnier storefront right down the street. Vintage-style display cases showcase handmade earrings ($105–$555), necklaces ($75–$1,200) and rings ($100–$450). Although some items are a bit of a splurge, the semiprecious stones and luxe metals incorporated into the designs make it worth the price for a special occasion. New collections are introduced thrice yearly, each offering a different aesthetic. You’ll currently find dark-green pearl drop earrings ($108) set in a gold-plated silver filigree setting from the sensual Egypt collection, turquoise-and-gold pendants ($225) from the colorful Garden of Eden line and silver cuff rings ($132–$171) from the ornate Hortensia offering. Simpler styles include signature pearl studs ($132) set in a tulip-shaped metal backing, mother-of-pearl rings ($348–$387) and feminine gold filigree earrings ($267). 223 Mott St between Prince and Spring Sts (212-965-1001, Tue–Fri noon–7pm; Sat, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 223 Mott St, (between Prince and Spring Sts)
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