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A collection of clothing by famous designers like Lauren Moffat, Katayone Adeli and Nanette Lepore, is hard to resist. At Dish, you'll be able to find them all. If you're on the adventurous side, then you must try Desiree Alexander's cutting edge collection. Apart from clothing, you can also take a look at the accessories, jewelry and pocket books to complete a perfect outfit for any occasion.
Taking on the west coast one store at a time--the designer wares of Bloomingdale's loved by New Yorkers are now in San Francisco. In the expansion of the Westfield San Francisco Shopping Center, Bloomingdale's is pulling out all of its tricks with 35,000 square feet of shopping space. A browse through its second largest store will yield revived Biba 1960s fashion, shoes by Jimmy Choo, exquisite accessories, jewelry boutiques and fragrance for him and her. You won't want to leave this place that soon.
Located in a vintage Beaux Arts building dating from just after the 1906 earthquake and fire, Neiman Marcus is one of the city's most upscale department stores. You'll find all the big names in fashion: Chanel, Jil Sander, Calvin Klein, Salvatore Ferragano, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Giorgio Armani, TSE, Fendi, Gucci, Versace, Christian Dior, Donna Karen, and Yves Saint Laurent. It also features two eating establishments: The Rotunda and the Fresh Market Café.
Located next to Union Square, Saks Fifth Avenue is an upscale department store that carries incomparable fashions by all the top designers the world has to offer. You'll find fine cosmetics and fragrances, shoes, accessories, and garments by names like Narciso Rodriguez, Zoran, Gucci, Moschino, Jean Paul Gaultier, Dolce & Gabbana, Oscar De La Renta, Donna Karen, Calvin Klein, TSE, Max Mara, Anne Klein, and Ellen Tracy. Beware, this location is just for women. The men's store can be found one and one-half blocks east.
Everyone knows the world-famous Gucci label. Inside the Union Square boutique, you will find a fabulous collections of apparel, shoes and accessories. The museum-like floor space displays everything from tailored suits and fine leather shoes or handbags to silver key chains, military dog tags and a rubber dog bone. Considering how upscale this boutique is, it is not surprising how friendly the staff is.
Chanel boutique carries all of the latest collections of the world-famous designer's most sought-after products, minus its fine jewelry collections. Just half a block from Union Square among other haute couture designers, you'll find ready-to-wear women's casual and formal attire, a full shoe salon, intoxicating perfumes, and a full line of premium cosmetics. Treat yourself to among the best in accessories, like signature scarves and fine leather belts and handbags.
At Hermès, the upscale boutique across from Union Square, you will find ready-to-wear women's fashions, fine jewelry, luxurious items for your home, men's clothing, leather shoes, handbags and more. There are gifts here for everyone, including your dog, who might treasure a Hermès leash. The variety in stock at Hermès certainly helps it stand out among the numerous fashion stores in the area.
You'll feel like a new person strutting around in shoes offered by this Italian fashion heavyweight. Throw away those old duds and don a pair of Salvatore Ferragamo shoes to make heads turn. Chic clothes and accessories are also on offer here; if your budget is not sky high, just select from scarves, eye gear, watches, bags, perfumes and more. The friendly staff always puts you at ease and helps you without being overly obtrusive. Even a round of window-shopping at this place can prove to be therapeutic!
This is an upscale English-style boutique catering to The City's elite, where a hefty price tag reflects one-on-one customer service, master tailoring, and exclusive designer collections. Men and women will find six floors filled with a vast selection of upscale clothing ranging from sleepwear to formal attire. Some of the names that make their way through Wilkes Bashford include Ermenegildo Zegna, Dolce & Gabbana, Helmut Lang, Prada, Gucci, Jil Sander, Luciano Barbera and Richard Tyler.