The same folks that brought us Urban Outfitters offer high-quality basics for pre-Xers. Sturdy favrics, muted olors and simple styles are made for matching. Between Spring/Broome Sts. Hours Mon-Sat 11am-8pm and Sun 11am-6pm
Urban Outfitters is known for cheaply made, trendful basicwear at fair prices. They've also got funky candles, books and a huge variety of gift items. Also shoes, room decorations and great T-Shirts with cute and funny sayings.
Located near Waverly Place. Open M-Sat 10am-10pm and Sun noon-9pm
The city's largest selection of Levi's jeans andother paraphernalia sprawls across 6,300 sq. feet of space in the Lexington Ave shop at 59th St. Other shop located at 1492 Third Ave. and 81St. All colors and styles are stacked 18 feet high and the staff will custom fit your purchases.
The New York City flagship shop for working women everywhere offers conservative work and evening wear at reasonable prices. Designs come in all sizes from peitie to "business class" Check sales. Open M-F 10am-8pm sat-Sun noon-6pm
Temporarily located at teh Chelsea Art Museum until 2006. Some artists being shown now Jean-Michel Basquiat, Kieth Haring, Lee Quinones, Kenny Scharf (now based in LA!) Philip Taafe and more. Near Eleventh Avenue. Hours Tues-Sat noon-6; Thurs noon-8; $6, $3 students and seniors; THursdays 6-8 Free! How Nice of them, good time to go with a bunch of friends and then catch dinner.
This museum is located at 75th street. Fantastic collection of art that has been acquired over the years. Hours are Wed, Thurs, Sat, Sun 11-6pm; Fri 1-9pm. Pay what you wish every Fri 6-9! We like that! $12, $9.50 students, seniors and groups of 15 or more.
This newly reconstructed and long awaited renovation is fabulous. Some newly acquired works by Andreas Gursky, Jasper Johns, Gerhard Richter, Cindy Sherman and Ty Twombly. New on display artifacts excavated from the museums's sculpture garden in 2000. Near Fifth Avenue. Sat-Mon, Wed-Thurs 10:30-5:30; Fri 10:30-8pm. Closed Tues.
$20, $16 seniors. $12 students. Friday 4-8 FREE!
This Museum is a favorite of all New Yorkers. Located at the corner of 82nd street. Hours Tues-Thurs and Sun 9:30-5:30pm, Fri and Sat9:30-9pm. Suggested contribution is $12.
I have gone with my daughter and have paid what I can afford. $7 students and Seniors suggested contribution. You cant miss "The Roof Garden". A must see for a fantastic and breathtaking view of Central Park and Fifth Avenue and the art located on the roof.
This amazing museum was designed by the famous Frank Lloyd Wright and is worth the trip just to peek inside and see the winding ramp towering up to the ceiling. Located at 88th street. Sat-Wed 10-5:45pm, Fri 10-8 (Fri 6-8pm two for the price of one) closed THurs. $15, $10 students and seniors. Prices may change according to exhibit.
A Natural-cosmetics store selling herbal-based facial cleansers, talcs, lipsticks and toner all of which are packaged in their no frills containers. They are pricey but their stuff is excellent and sold in other high end stores like Barneys. Free samples are generously given where the customers are encouraged to try before you buy. Try their Lip Balm it's the bomb. Sorry I couldnt resist!