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We’ve compiled the best of the best in New York City - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Catbird

    Known for its trademark stackable rings and other dainty jewelry, the tiny store also sells soft cashmere hats, candles, and gift items, all curated with...Read More

  • 2. Shinola


    Proudly based in Detroit, this World War II–era shoe polish brand has been relaunched as a company that builds handcrafted watches, bicycles, leather goods, journals,...Read More

  • 3. Alexis Bittar


    It's the quintessential New York story—a jewelry designer who got his start selling his first line, made from Depression-era glass, on a corner in SoHo....Read More

  • 4. Asprey

    Upper East Side

    The luxury retailer's claim to fame is jewelry; its own eponymous diamond cut has A-shape facets, but the British brand caters to all tastes. Everything...Read More

  • 5. Beads of Paradise

    Union Square

    At what is not your ordinary bead store, the semiprecious stones and baubles are sourced from around the world—say, silver from Bali or ancient glass...Read More

  • 6. Bhoomki

    Park Slope

    At designer Swati Argade’s women’s boutique, every handmade piece of jewelry or pair of shoes, hand-blocked silk shirt or woven scarf has a story that...Read More

  • 7. Broken English


    At the NYC outpost of this L.A. favorite, owner Laura Freedman sells a well-edited selection of jewelry from designers including Anita Ko and Atelier Zobel....Read More

  • 8. Bulgari

    Midtown East

    With a marble-lined, jewel-encrusted flagship on 5th Avenue (one of several global Bulgari "temples"), this Italian company is certainly not meek with its branding, which...Read More

  • 9. Calabar Imports Harlem

    Harlem | Jewelry & Watches

    Sister store to the original Calabar Imports in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, the shop offers stylish, eclectic, and affordable clothing, accessories...Read More

  • 10. Cartier

    Midtown East

    Established in 1914, this legendary French jeweler and firm favorite among royals and celebrities is the place to come for exquisite engagement rings, luxury watches,...Read More

  • 11. Dinosaur Designs


    The jewelry and housewares designs at this small, Australian-owned brand are inspired by nature and organic shapes. Resin is used to craft jewelry and vases...Read More

  • 12. Erica Weiner


    The eponymous designer specializes in vintage-inspired jewelry and antiques: delicate Art Deco earrings, vintage lockets, and necklaces fashioned from antique charms. The Erica Weiner collection...Read More

  • 13. Erie Basin

    Red Hook

    Heralded for his impeccably modern taste in antique jewelry, Russell Whitmore is the heart, soul, and eye behind Erie Basin. Many an antique wedding ring...Read More

  • 14. Fred Leighton

    Upper East Side

    If you're in the market for vintage diamonds, this is the place, whether your taste is for tiaras, art deco settings, or sparklers once worn...Read More

  • 15. H. Stern

    Midtown East

    Sleek designs pose in an equally modern setting at this flagship; smooth cabochon-cut stones, most from South America, glow in pale wooden display cases. The...Read More

  • 16. Harry Winston

    Midtown East

    These jewels regularly adorn celebs at the Oscars, and you need an A-list bank account to shop here. The ice-clear diamonds are of impeccable quality...Read More

  • 17. Highway


    The Japanese-style, origami-influenced bags here marry form and function. Totes and messenger bags come in durable leather and nylon; popular styles include lots of pockets....Read More

  • 18. Leif


    A lifestyle store that embodies the, well, Brooklyn lifestyle, this bright little boutique has a curated collection of housewares, jewelry, beauty products, and prints by...Read More

  • 19. Love Adorned


    Glass cases full of modern and antique jewelry and shelves stocked with perfume and knickknacks beckon you to browse in this airy, romantic shop. Prices...Read More

  • 20. Manhattan Portgage


    Messenger bags are now ubiquitous, but this is the store that started it all. Super durable, the bags come in waxed canvas as well as...Read More

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