Whatever your retail pleasure, you’ll find it in NYC. Stores across the five boroughs carry the finest in luxury apparel, plus gourmet goods, books, tech, gear and much more. There’s a reason why the City is known as a global shopping capital. With so many possibilities, there’s just one problem—where to begin? Start by narrowing your search here.Browse all Shopping & Fashion
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Visit the nation’s largest department store.
See Marilyn Minter’s Pretty/Dirty exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, then recreate some signature looks.
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There is only one Bergdorf Goodman store in the world, a globally renowned institution located at the world's crossroads of fashion at Fifth Avenue and 58th Street among New York City's leading flagship stores, providing a singular experience in fashion and unparalleled service for the world's most discerning customers.
See the Comme des Garçons designer's fanciful couture at the Met Costume Institute.
These shops offer head-to-toe looks for all tastes.
These are the fashion bloggers, photographers and editors you should follow for NYC Fashion Week.
Come holiday time, New York City’s biggest department stores pull out the stops for their window displays.
See the Met Costume Institute’s fall 2016 show, with outfits that span centuries.
We celebrate the NES Classic Edition release with five places to buy your all-time favorites in the five boroughs.
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Visit the Costume Institute’s spring 2016 show, which highlights technology’s influence on fashion.