159 Prince Street (between Thompson and W. Broadway St)
Harness dog is a true Japanese luxurious concept store for dogs where you’ll find clothes and accessories for your four legged friends. The store has key items such as dogs jeans, dog strollers, fake cakes and tea assortments for dogs, customized Swarovski jewelry…
101 Thompson Street (between Spring and Prince St)
(212) 941-4757 – http://www.inanyc.com
Peter Som, Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, Zac Posen: the labels on the racks at Ina read like The Daily during Fashion Week. The couture consignment store is famously known for acquiring the Sex and the City wardrobe library when the show wrapped, and since then they’ve kept their reputation going as the place for used designer clothes at half the original price.
In New York, every warm-weather weekends brings multiple street fairs and with them come chances to explore a new neighborhood, sample greasy food, and find bargains. Some fairs event feature live entertainment. Check the schedule on http://manhattan.about.com .
Petaholics – Dog Walking – Dog Training
1375 Broadway, 3rd floor
(646) 723-1282 – http://www.petaholics.com
New York City pet sitting service offering a wide range of dog and cat care services to pet owners in Manhattan including dog walkers.
373 Park Avenue (between 52th and 53th St)
Visit the website to see all the locations
(212) 725-4996 – www.hankypanky.com
These women’s underwear are the most sold in the USA. Very comfortable and so sexy! One size fits all. The elastic lace in so many different colors will allow you to match perfectly your different brands bras.
55 Gansevoort Street (between Greenwich and Washington Avenue)
(212) 864-8889 – http://www.bijouxlounge.com
Very famous club where New York’s VIPs are going. Beautiful set up. Warning: difficult to get in…