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Photo of The Leather Man

The Leather Man

 (133 Ratings)

One stop leather shop

Whether you're just looking for a pair of cuffs or a head-to-toe leather ensemble, you'll find everything you need at...

West Village · 111 Christopher Street, New York


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Strand Book Store

 (77 Ratings)

Epic Manhattan bookstore

Nestled on one of the three massive floors at Strand is a larger GLBT section than you are likely to find in any...

Union Square · 828 Broadway, New York


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Uniqlo

 (44 Ratings)

Good, basic urban fundamentals for guys and girls...on a budget.

If the US has Gap and Europe has H&M, then Japan has Uniqlo. It is the best place to get your basics here.

Soho · 546 Broadway, New York


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Saks Fifth Avenue

 (45 Ratings)

Gay apparel splendor

The flagship store of the national luxury retailer chain--ten floors covering an entire city block. Many a gay boy has...

Midtown · 611 5th Ave, New York


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Chelsea Market

 (43 Ratings)

Shop (and eat) till you drop

The Chelsea Market is the stomping ground for the true Manhattan foodie. The curious structure has evolved from a...

Chelsea · 75 Ninth Avenue, New York


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Macy's

 (40 Ratings)

The Queen of all department stores

On the morning of March 6, 1929, millions of Americans opened their edition of The New York Times to find a headline...

Midtown · 151 W 34th St, New York


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Tom Ford Flagship Store

 (33 Ratings)

Tom Ford flagship store

If this store were a chemical equation it would be Tom Ford+Madison Avenue=Sexy. Dust off that black Amex and take no...

East Side · 672 Madison Ave, New York


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Apple Store Fifth Avenue

 (36 Ratings)

Always Open

The Apple Store on Fifth Avenue is like an underground city. Best place to pick up a cute computer geek...er...new...

Upper East Side · 767 Fifth Avenue, New York


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Bureau of General Services—Queer Division

 (27 Ratings)

New York City's only Queer Bookshop

The Bureau of General Services—Queer Division is a queer bookstore and event space in New York City. They aim...

West Village · 208 West 13th Street, Room 210, New York


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Apple Retail Store West 14th Street

 (30 Ratings)

Just around the corner

The Apple Store has come home to Chelsea and we couldn't be happier. Situated right smack in the middle of the...

Chelsea · 401 West 14th Street, New York


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