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    Modell's has at least 3 stores in Manhattan; you can also shop online.

    Go Here: http://www.modells.com/home/index.jsp


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    Paragon Sports on 18th and B'way is another favorite. As far as Modell's, in my opinion, the one at Herald Square is the best.

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    Ive only been in the one at Times Square.

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    I understand a big new store is to open on 5th ave soon does anyone know when? Also i am bitterly dissapointed to find out (do not know if info is correct) that there is no kids store in manhatten at all. I am visiting soon and so much wanted to buy my kids some of the lovely clothes this season. Any ideas. Was thinking of ordering it on line and asking for it to be delivered to a branch in Manhatten or my hotel, do you think this would be poss. They are not very helpful on line

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    Doing a very short shopping trip near christmas (see abercrombie thread) can someone please tell me the best places to shop for clothes in particular etnies, converse, atticus. I have also been told to look out for shopping outlets. Please can someone tell me if there are any good ones in manhatten.?

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    For kids shopping try this site and take a look a around: http://www.gocitykids.com/?area=197

    For Etnies and other great shoes: http://www.blades.com/home/index.jsp

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    I know there's a big Best Buy opening on 5th in the 40's, though I wouldn't get too excited about it.

    Manhattan actually has a lot of kid's stores - clothes and toys. I don't have specifics (sorry) but the west village has lots of expensive boutiques full of painfully cute clothes. I'm a terrible uncle for not buying more. My favorite toy store is the little place on Christopher @ Gay.

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    Default best shopping place for cheap accessories/jewelry?

    I really think its not worth to spend like $20 or even $30 on a belt or necklace. Can anyone recommend me of good places/areas or stores that I can find nice and not too expensive accessories and jewelry?Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Law & Order
    The sidewalk.
    That's where my wife shops when in New York. Lots of good stuff at bargain prices.

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    Can u please tell me when the sidewalk is?

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    SoHo is filled with tables on the sidewalks selling everything.

    Also H&M is dirt cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Law & Order
    I mean the plain old sidewalk. Theres stands and people all over.
    You could say the sidewalk migrates. Sundays, Fifth Avenue's good above 59th Street; you'll find stands wherever there are lots of people: 34th Street, Broadway, Times Square, Downtown.

    These stands set up in seconds, some out of suitcases, some on a cloth on the pavement, African style. They evaporate just as quickly; many of them operate illegally. Some undoubtedly sell hot (illegally-acquired) merchandise.

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    Default My two favorite jewelry stores.

    Bijoux Way - 75 W. 38th. St. Manhattan - Many fun things for a dollar!

    Jewelry Plaza - 1204 Broadway @ 29th. St. Manhattan - Look upstairs too -

    Jewelry Plaza in particular is a good place for small gifts. Also, Urban Outfitters does deep markdowns on sale items. - Back to our regularly schedualed threads...

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    Broadway in Soho is undoubtedly the densest concentration of these stands, although they're really citywide (well, Manhattan-wide).

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