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The Ultimate Guide of Where to Shop in New York City | Wanderlist Travel

New York City Guide to Where to Shop | The Ultimate Guide of Things to Do in New York City

New York City is retail heaven and one of the fashion capitals of the world featuring some of the best flea markets to world-famous department stores and shopping neighbourhoods for every style.

Shopping IN NYC

  • Soho: Prime shopping area with designer stores and one-of-a-kind boutiques. Some of my favourites include: Intermix, All Saints, & Other Stories, Artists & Fleas, Opening Ceremony

  • Nolita: Quieter compared to Soho with one-of-a-kind boutique shops and less exposed designer labels. Some stores include: Derek Lam, Odin, Vince

  • Greenwich Village: Mix of big-name brands and little boutiques from Diptyque to Alexis Bittar and A.P.C. Other mentions include: Strand Bookstore and Kith

  • Williamsburg: boutiques showcasing edgy labels, emerging designers and vintage shops. Stores here include: Bird, Jumelle, Graymarket, Artists & Fleas, Beacon’s Closet

  • Upper East Side for a luxury shopping experience and home to some of the city’s most renowned department stores such as Bergdorf Goodman, Barney’s, Saks, Fivestory and designers boutiques such as Lanvin, Christian Louboutin, Cartier

Markets & Fleas

  • Canal Street Market: This cute marketplace is tucked away in downtown and hosts a mix of permanent vendors and pop-up shops with a hang out spot in the back

  • Dover Street Market: Seven-floor department store for anyone interested in avant-garde labels

  • Brooklyn flea: Brooklyn's largest flea market for vintage, design, antiques, collectibles, and food, open every Saturday and Sunday.

  • DUMBO flea: Assortment of goods from over 100 vendors from funky accessories to eccentric decorations. Open every Sunday April through October.

  • Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market: One of the city’s oldest flea markets, open every Saturday and Sunday

  • Grand Bazaar NYC: Located outdoors and indoors, you can find antiques and unique imported goods (such as South American knits). Open every Sunday.

  • Chelsea Flea: More than 135 vendors selling vintage clothing, jewelry and antiques. Open every Saturday and Sunday for a $1 entrance fee

  • GreenFlea Market: One of the city’s first open-air markets with a variety of vendors selling antiques, decor, jewelry and more. Open every Saturday

Vintage & Thrifting

  • Beacon’s Closet [Williamsburg]: For a low-effort shopping experience as all pieces have been vetted

  • Ladies and Gentlemen [East Village]: For vintage t-shirts and varsity jackets

  • Pippin Vintage Jewelry [Chelsea]: For vintage gems, baubles and costume jewelry

  • Star Struck Vintage Clothing [West Village]: For vintage t-shirts, Dior silk scarves, and rock-n-roll accessories

  • L Train Vintage [Williamsburg]: For flannel, leather and distressed denim

  • What Goes Around Comes Around [Soho]: For luxury vintage options

  • Pilgrim New York [Lower East Side]: For high-end vintage pieces, handbags and costume jewelry

  • Tokio7 [East Village]: Funky Japanese vintage store (& one of the largest vintage stores in NY) with a wide range of designer options

  • Mr. Throwback [East Village]: For ‘80s and ‘90s sports fashion

  • Housing Works [Multiple]: A New Yorker favourite for home decor


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