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  1. brick and mortar
    The Luxury Flagship War on Fifth AvenueWhy Prada, LVMH, and other luxury brands are buying up real estate.
  2. collectors
    First in Line at the MTA’s Memorabilia SaleShopping for train doors, wooden benches, and subway signage in a south Brooklyn lot.
  3. brick and mortar
    Floral Storefront CityWhen did fake wisteria take over every retail façade in Manhattan?
  4. brick and mortar
    A Brooklyn Café That Said No More InfluencersDae, a Carroll Gardens café and home-goods shop, has taken the drastic step of banning photos and videos.
  5. shopping
    Beverly’s Is Making It PermanentBeverly Nguyen’s roaming homewares pop-up signed a lease at 27 Orchard.
  6. brick and mortar
    8 Especially Excellent New ShopsThe best of the many stores that have popped up around the city lately.
  7. chinatown
    Yu & Me Books, After the FireThe Chinatown shop needs a gut renovation, but more than $320,000 in donations will keep the business afloat and staff paid.
  8. brick and mortar
    Century 21 Is BackAfter three long years, the luxury-bargain flagship reopened. The faithful turned out.
  9. brick and mortar
    An Austere Temple to Cool-Girl FashionKhaite’s Soho shop asks, “What if Richard Serra sold $700 jeans?”
  10. shopping
    The Mushroom-Zombie Mall From The Last of Us Is Getting RedevelopedYes to Walmart; no to apocalyptic cordyceps.
  11. you’ve got mail
    The Package Pickup Business Coming to the Bodega Near YouFrustrated by package thefts, New Yorkers are turning to a growing list of startups and lockers to hold their online orders.
  12. wildlife
    Talking to the Guy Who Put Bees in Julianne Moore’s BackyardWill Ferrell’s honey tastes like acacia, oak, and chaparral. LeBron’s is more Chinese elm and eucalyptus.
  13. gift guide
    The Best New Books for Design, Architecture, and Urbanism EnthusiastsFrom an encyclopedia of furniture to an especially gorgeous travel guide to Florida.
  14. shopping
    What to Bid on in the Joan Didion Estate AuctionA rattan Peacock chair, a slipcovered sofa, and powder-pink pressed glassware, for starters.
  15. brick and mortar
    There Are So Many Good New Stores in New YorkOver the last few months, there’s been an influx of especially-excellent spots.
  16. books
    Walking the Mall With Alexandra LangeThe architecture critic and Meet Me by the Fountain author sizes up her local food court.
  17. brick and mortar
    Century 21 Lives!Fidi, rejoice.
  18. brick and mortar
    Cheap Meat or Luxury Rentals? Inside the Fight at Western BeefA son’s plan to upscale the grocery’s real-estate empire is reined in by his father.
  19. shopping
    I Bought 6 Things at Martha Stewart’s Tag SaleBut I could have stolen any number of them.
  20. brick and mortar
    Audrey Gelman’s Reactionary Little English Village FantasyOn Barrow’s Green, the fictional heart of her new country store.
  21. shopping
    The Founder of Yuns Wants You to Have a Well-Stocked ToolboxStarting with the “Maybach of hammers.”
  22. shopping
    The Crown Heights Design Shop That Began As a Teenager’s Bud-Vase CollectionOf the Cloth’s owner is happy to part with his collection of vintage textiles, ceramics, and furniture.
  23. color theory
    Madewell Is Selling Paint Now?Yes, and chore jackets in the very same millennial beige.
  24. The Best Portable Power Station for Winter ScenarioFrom powder runs to power outages.
  25. shopping
    This Online Shop Sells Only Architect-Approved Home GoodsFive things to buy from Civilian Objects
  26. retail apocalypse
    Will a Post-Bankruptcy ABC Carpet & Home Still Be Over-the-Top Maximalist?A store whose retail experience is a maximalist performance.
  27. curbed catalogue
    10 Elegant (Yet Still Utilitarian) Trash CansFrom open-top bins for the bedroom to semi-closed wastebaskets for the bath to tall cans for the kitchen.
  28. big boxes
    The Astor Place Kmart Was My Place to Be NormalI bought most of my clothes there, and ate cheap pizza in the café.
  29. Outdoor Furniture Should Be Designed to LastInstead of rain-soaked wood, we’re opting for materials that’ll withstand any storm.
  30. Let’s Go Out: 10 Ways to Enhance Any Outdoor Space This SeasonLet’s Go Out: 10 Ways to Enhance Any Outdoor Space This Season
  31. brick and mortar
    One of the Best Furniture Stores in New York Is Run by a Staten Island Commune“The radical-honesty thing happening in the store was getting in the way of running a store.”
  32. 11 Easy Updates That’ll Refresh Your Entire KitchenAnd there’s something for every budget.
  33. shopping
    The Next Generation of Componibili Is Designed to DissolveThe modernist Italian design icon now comes in bioplastic.
  34. shopping
    5 Things to Buy from Crosby Studios’ New Home-Goods LineDesigner Harry Nuriev wants to make it easier for people to reinvent their homes in his image.
  35. shopping
    Mall Operator Forced to Buy Other Mall Operator, Can’t Return ItI’m sorry, you’re going to have to bring a receipt.
  36. shopping
    5 Things to Buy From Yinka Ilori’s New Home Goods LineThe British-Nigerian designer’s color-obsessed work is about joy, hope, and optimism. And now you can bring it to your table.
  37. design news
    First Look: Inside Coming Soon’s New Retail StoreIt is bigger and more Brutalist.
  38. design hunting
    A Gallery You Want to Come Home ToDavid Alhadeff lives in his new West Village venue, Casa Perfect.
  39. design hunting
    Where Isaac Mizrahi Finds His Favorite Lamps, Silverware, and Paintings“I love being taken by surprise by things I wasn’t expecting to love and becoming obsessed with them.”
  40. design hunting
    57 New and Downright-Gorgeous Things You’ll Want For Your HomeFrom golden lighting to a Dolce & Gabbana–wrapped fridge.
  41. design hunting
    Here’s the Color for Everyone Who’s Sick of Pale PinkA starter pack of new textiles, wallpaper, and Gucci homewares — all in teal.
  42. best bets
    A Women’s-Suit Startup, Tortoiseshell Homewares, and a Shampoo Showroom in SohoWhat’s new in New York stores.
  43. the hunt
    56 New and Downright Gorgeous Items for Your HomeA covetable assortment of new home furnishings — from Ralph Pucci chairs to Warholian wallpaper to vintage Italian glass.
  44. design hunting
    Fake Being a Cool Art Girl With These Affordable PrintsSeven online shops with great, cheap posters.
  45. my favorite things
    Where the Founders of AphroChic Get Their Favorite Sheets, Ceramics, and Carpets“Carpet can be a unique way to bring cultural style home.”
  46. gallery
    What Is ‘Freakebana’? A New Style of Arranging FlowersOff-the-wall floral designs where almost no object is too low, or high, to qualify.
  47. design hunting
    12 Designers on the One Item That Makes Every Space Look Better“Trash bins are so underrated.”
  48. design hunting
    6 Discerning New Yorkers on Their Favorite Home Goods and Services“Where’d you get that?” We asked, they answered.
  49. design hunting
    Where Odd Mom Out’s Jill Kargman Buys Tableware, Hostess Gifts, and Artwork“I love creepy candlesticks and any kind of goth stuff, like my platter of black thorns or my skull drawing from my brother.”
  50. design hunting
    Where Amy Sedaris Buys Her Favorite Incense, Paper Flowers, and Miniatures“I like for things to look like they are going to come alive while you are sleeping.”
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