Best Boutiques in Manhattan, New York City

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6th Borough Boutique in Manhattan

6th Borough Boutique

By Appointment Only, New York City , New York 10017

6th Borough Boutique was founded with one goal - to bring you eco-friendly jewelry you will love at prices you can afford.

Best Known For: NYC's one stop shop for affordable jewelry.

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Anna Sui in Manhattan

Anna Sui

484 Broome St, New York , New York 10013

Inspired by cultural phenomena, Anna Sui's collections tell a story. Her ingenuity and creativity have garnered her a reputation as a global trendsetter. Each season her story is projected through an exuberant runway show, that's always ahead of its times.

Best Known For: High energy, exuberant fashion collections

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Ekavi Boutique in Manhattan

Ekavi Boutique

886 2nd Avenue, New York City , New York 10017

Quality, fit, and fashion-forwardness are Ekavi’s priorities. As one of Manhattan's first boutiques, Ekavi has dressed New York City’s international clientele since 1973.

Best Known For: Ethically produced, well-designed clothing & accessories.

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Nearby Neighborhoods in New York City

Brooklyn

Brooklyn is the spunky younger sibling to Manhattan that has, of late, truly come into its own. Brooklyn has just as much to offer, as well as cheaper rent.

Harlem

A stone's throw upward from the hustle and bustle of midtown Manhattan, lies a neighborhood best known for the jazz, poetry, and art that has transpired there. Harlem consists of several different sections that embody their own culture and history. That cultural variety has influenced Harlem’s up and coming boutique scene.

Queens

Queens is the largest borough in New York City and almost half of all residents were born outside of the United States. Rich in culture, you can find the most diverse cuisines and traditions, as well as some excellent independent boutiques!

Neighborhoods in Manhattan

Nolita

A trendy section of Manhattan beginning around NYUs campus and stretching up towards the East Village, Nolita is the place to go for fashionable finds interspersed with a bit of local color.

SoHo

The formerly industrial, recently gentrified SoHo neighborhood is now populated by chic art galleries and serves as the unofficial retail capital of downtown Manhattan.

East Village

Centered around St. Marks Place, the East Village has its own unique brand of edgy cool, and is the place to go for one-of-a-kind local designers.

Lower East Side

One of Manhattans oldest neighborhoods, the streets of the Lower East Side are as littered with fashionable shops as they are with bits of the citys history.

Union Square

The downtown hub of public transportation, you can get the train from Union Square to nearly any other point in the city. Before you do, be sure to explore the local retail scene.

Midtown West

No visit to New York is complete without a trip to Midtown West. The neighborhood contains many of Manhattans most famous landmarks, including the well-known Fashion Avenue.

Upper East Side

Bordered by Central Park on one side and the East River on the other, the Upper East Side is a quiet and reclusive neighborhood, traditionally populated by the citys most affluent residents.

Upper West Side

The more artistically inclined of the two Upper New York neighborhoods, the Upper West Side packs small shops and boutiques in between every brownstone possible. Here, get a feel for the city's residential amongst the friendly boutique smiles.

West Village

First known as Little Bohemia in the early 1900s, the West Village keeps true to its roots boasting a roster of artists, authors and other creative types as residents. Browse the sunlit streets this NYC neighborhood is known for as you pick up handmade items from the artisans that live next door.

Gramercy

Gramercy is elite in its exclusive institutions yet inviting in its cozy village charm. The Gramercy Park area is bounded by 23rd street to the north, 14th street to the south, Park Avenue to the west and First Avenue to the east.