LifestyleStyle 31 new NYC stores that made it impossible to save money in 2015 By Melissa Kravitz, Brittany Hamlett-Concepcion and Ariel Kanter Updated December 30, 2015 2:38 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email There's always somewhere new to shop in New York City. Whether you're cruising Fifth Avenue, shopping the day away in SoHo or looking for that new off-the-beaten-track shop, check out these new NYC stores for the best in style, sales and more. The doors are open and shopping bags are ready at these new shops! One Kings Lane Photo Credit: One Kings Lane It's not often you get to shop an online marketplace in person. And at everyone's favorite online destination for home goods, The Studio at One Kings Lane, you can see all those gorgeous ottomans and couches and bar tables in one space. Set up like the apartment of your dreams, the studio is a multi-story space. There's the preppy living room with modern Italian chairs, the casual French-inspired kitchen and even a room dubbed "Island Grace" with hot pink leopard skirted stools. And to keep you warm this winter, go for the Windowpane throw, an exclusive throw that will work in any room of the house. 205 Hudson St. Suite 805, onekingslane.com Totokaelo Photo Credit: Totokaelo Totokaelo takes up a massive five-story space in SoHo. The store, which is more like a beautiful apartment complex, is full of natural light and simple decorations like cubes for seating and lots of potted succulents. Like its Seattle sister, Totokaelo offers a mix of up-and-coming and renowned designers, from Issey Miyake and Rick Owens to Junya Watanabe, with most of the apparel organized by color. For guys, there's an all-black cellar with a moody vibe and tons of on-trend pieces for fall. 54 Crosby St., totokaelo.com Nomad Cycle Photo Credit: Nomad Cycle via Facebook Both bike shop and cafe, this unique space allows you the opportunity to sit back and relax while your ride gets tuned up. Stop in to talk cycling with fellow aficionados or sign up for one of the hands-on classes and other bike-related events. 47-10 Austell Place, Long Island City, 718-786-5600, nomadcycle.com Burberry SoHo Photo Credit: Burberry Looks like an English rose has blossomed in SoHo. Burberry planted its seventh NYC store at 131 Spring St. mid-December along with a newly launched festive campaign for 2015. Hit up this location for womenswear, menswear, eyewear, beauty and fragrance collections. burberry.com In Support Of Photo Credit: In Support Of At apparel shop In Support Of, each item is really a wardrobe piece. Every jacket and blouse is really well-constructed with a wild color palette. Come to the store and shop around the mainly white space, save for a wall of AstroTurf. Grab a bright scarf and try on a shearling coat -- one you know no one else at the party will have. 342 W. 13th St., 646-657-0724, insupportof.us Design Within Reach Warehouse Photo Credit: DWR Warehouse Find some design inspiration at this outlet and showroom. Discounted couches, armchairs, tables, bar stools and more from DWR's overstocked, returned or scratched furniture can be found on two floors, with brands like Eva Zeisel and Eames in stock. 219 36th St., Sunset Park, 718-832-6500, dwr.com Frankie Shop Photo Credit: Frankie Shop via Facebook Find all the fall essentials you love at Frankie Shop, which was formally Pixie Market. This more grown-up boutique is designed for the "girl [who] dresses for herself, and is the best dressed in the room." And, according to the merch, best-dressed ladies wear tons of neutrals, cozy sweaters, fitted coats, high-waisted jeans, a super chic hat and a bucket bag. 100 Stanton St., 212-253-0953, thefrankieshop.com Bloomingdale's flagship outlet Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz The famed department store crossed Central Park and made the Upper West Side its new home. Bloomingdale's opened its flagship 25,000-square-foot outlet at 2085 Broadway this fall. Don't worry: The 59th Street location is still the mother ship, but this new outlet carries a wide range of "off-price apparel and accessories," as stated in an official release. Yves Salomon Photo Credit: Adrian Wilson The Upper East Side is now warm and furry with coat designs from Yves Salomon. The 600-square-foot store at 790 Madison Ave. is the brand's first New York store. Wrap yourself in luxurious textures and warm furs from Yves Salomon's collections including YS Woman, YS Army, YS Man and the newly launched YS kids. yves-salomon.fr Maison Close Photo Credit: Maison Close via Facebook September became tres chic as this French brand of lingerie made SoHo its home in honor of the retailer's 10 year anniversary. The first Maison Close flagship store is adorned with luxurious boudoir-inspired decor and sells twelve lingerie collections including Privée, which officially debuts in 2016. Mate chiffon, delicate silk and precious lace catsuits are among the many delicate pieces. 32 Grand St., 212-680-3153, maison-close.com Sorel Photo Credit: Sorel To celebrate the outdoor footwear's now permanent flagship location, Sorel launched Tivoli Go, a collection inspired by the colorful and high-contrast world of Japanese sneaker culture. Styles from the new collection price from $90-$130. 345 W 14th St., 212-401-6371, Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. - 8 p.m., Sun 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. sorel.com Object_ify 139 Photo Credit: Object_ify 139 In Object_ify 139's white-washed space amid neon signage, find a number of art oddities and objects, including screen-printed tees and totes, books, music and accessories, all made by local artists. There's even a magnetic wall with prints that changes every day. Opened by twentysomething School of Visual Arts graduate Maria Candanoza, the store is dedicated to broadening your horizons by bringing lesser-known artists to the forefront -- and, ultimately, accessorizing your hipster living room. 139 Essex St., 646-370-6993, objectify139. com Flat 128 Photo Credit: Flat 128 via Facebook Elizabeth DuBois fashioned this new boutique to look just like her flat in Notting Hill. And at Flat 128, you'll find everything from brooches to printed vintage pillows, all by British designers. There's also one-of-a-kind art by Charlie Herman, cool food-themed coffee table books and, if you're looking to channel your inner Kate Middleton, headpieces by Victoria Grant. 15 Christopher St., 646-707-0673, flat128.com Hazel Village Photo Credit: hazelvillage.com Hazel Village is opening a flagship store in Gowanus, Brooklyn, on Friday, July 31. The homemade stuffed animal retailer sells woodland friend creations that are made in an "organic-certified, fair labor factory" in India. One of their creations, Flora Fox, wears a white eyelet dress with a red sash and "loves ballet." Doll prices range from $42-$96, 510 Third Avenue, Brooklyn,hazelvillage.com MAC Makeup Studio Photo Credit: Facebook / MACcosmetics MAC opened its first MAC Makeup Studio on July 15 on the Upper East Side. The makeup application salon is dedicated to providing services and tutorials for everyday looks, special occasions and private makeup tutorials at prices from $30-90. 825 Lexington Ave., 212-371-2480, Mon.-Thurs. 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Fri. 7 a.m.-9 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; maccosmetics.com Archestratus Photo Credit: Archestratus via Facebook Yes, another independent bookstore in Brooklyn. But what sets this one apart is its focus on food. There are plenty of cookbooks, including many from NYC restaurants, as well as sections in topics like wine, cheese and preserving. Between browsing, get a snack at the Sicilian-leaning café, or reserve a seat for the Thursday night dinners. 160 Huron St., Greenpoint, 718-349-7711, archestrat.us Hazel Village Photo Credit: Hazel Village At the stuffed animal retailer's flagship, pick up one of the organic, handmade cotton creatures for your next baby shower or kids' birthday party gift, or bring your own child into the store to find a furry friend. 510 Third Ave., Gowanus, 929-237-6941, hazelvillage.com 2nd Time Around Photo Credit: 2ndtimearound.com Looks like the consignment chain is opening an new store in Nolita, a second time around. (Excuse the pun.) Just around the corner from the Mott Street location, the East Houston Street shop will celebrate its grand opening July 30 through Aug. 2 by offering customers 20 percent off all merchandise and a 50 percent consignment split, according to Bedford and Bowery. 55 East Houston St., 2ndtimearound.com The Row NYC: Coming soon! Photo Credit: Getty Images / Larry Busacca The Olsen Twins are moving to the East Coast! Well, at least their designer brand is moving to an Upper East Side town house in August. No word on the exact date, but we hope it opens just in time to buy a new drapey overcoat from their Fall 2015 collection. 17 E. 71st Street; therow.com ScoopNYC Downtown Photo Credit: ScoopNYC Trendy designer boutique Scoop NYC opened its fourth NYC location at the even trendier and upscale Brookfield Place on July 14. The other stores are in the Meatpacking district, SoHo and the Upper East Side. Shop for men's and women's brand-name looks, from Missoni to Rag & Bone, and be on the lookout for big end of season sales. 250 Vesey St., 212-925-1070, scoopnyc.com Bonobos Guideshop Fifth Avenue Flagship Photo Credit: Bonobos Bonobos' NYC flagship opened on Thursday, June 18. The online menswear boutique will host appointments and walk-ins for a one-on-one fitting with a Bonobos Guide. Customers can then shop at Bonobos.com in-store or online to place orders with their specific measurements. Shipping is free and items are in 1-5 days, with free return shipping guaranteed. 95 5th Ave., 646-869-4933 Heatonist Photo Credit: Heatonist via Facebook It's not hard to find hot sauce, a favorite for specialty shops to stock. But at this tasting room, you can sample from more than a dozen brands, from the popular Aardvark to the locally-made Brooklyn Grange, and get recommendations for the best use. Events in the back test kitchen with hot sauce makers are regularly held. 121 Wythe Ave., Williamsburg, 718-599-0838, heatonist.com Free People Rock Center Photo Credit: Free People Midtown's Free People store has undergone a massive expansion! June 10th will mark the official unveiling of the brand's largest boutique -- 11,096 square feet! Inside, you'll find Free People lines including FP Movement activewear, FP Collection shoes, Intimately FP and the very first Free People party dress shop. Get ready to party! 10 W. 49th St., 212-265-3010, freepeople.com TOMS Roasting Co. Photo Credit: TOMS New York There's nothing better than a good caffeine jolt before a shopping spree. And at the TOMS Store, you can grab a cup of fair trade coffee before getting a classic pair of TOMS shoes. There's also eyewear with the classic TOMS philanthropy: For each pair you purchase, a pair will be donated to someone in need. Coffee meets charity meets a total accessories upgrade. 264 Elizabeth St., 212-219-8392, toms.com H&M Herald Square Flagship Photo Credit: H&M H&M's new U.S. flagship opened in Herald Square on May 20. The 63,000-square-foot store features all of H&M's lines, including H&M home, a special shoe department and four floors of women's, men's and kids apparel.1 Herald Center, 212-564-3836, Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri. - Sat. 9 a.m.- 11 p.m., and Sun. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Flying Tiger Copenhagen Photo Credit: Instagram / julianivann This popular Danish store has more than 400 outposts in Europe and Asia but opened its first U.S. store in Flatiron in 2015. The shop has countless trinkets and accessories, 90 percent of which are said to be under $15.920 Broadway, tiger-stores.com Don't Ask Why Photo Credit: Instagram/ DontAskWhyNY Don't Ask Why's pop-up shop was open until Aug. 15. The Italian-made collection features a women's line of one-size pieces for mixing, matching and layering. 577 Broadway, instagram.com/dontaskwhyny CW Pencil Enterprise Photo Credit: CW Pencil Enterprise If you always loved back-to-school shopping, CW Pencil Enterprise will feel like walking into a sophisticated office supply heaven. Rows and rows of colorful pencils are on display, not to mention some pretty cool erasers. Take a seat and try out one of their 300 different types of pencils, both new and antique. To round out your collection, grab a unique double-hole brass sharpener and a large-ruled notebook and you'll be all ready for school -- err, work. 100A Forsyth St., 917-734-8117, cwpencils.com Charming Charlie Photo Credit: Charming Charlie Accessories and jewelry emporium Charming Charlie opened its first Manhattan store, and its new flagship, in early June. The 16,000 square foot store will feature organized by color costume jewelry, women's fashion accessories and more, at prices from $5 - $150. 445 Fifth Ave. at 39th St., charmingcharlie.com L.K. Bennett Photo Credit: Instagram / lkbennettlondon L.K. Bennett has opened its flagship boutique across from Barney's. While the British brand has an outpost in the Time Warner Center, this marks the first free-standing outpost for the accessible luxury apparel, footwear and handbags. 655 Madison Ave., 646-795-6416, lkbennett.com Eddie Bauer Photo Credit: Eddie Bauer Blog Active and outdoor lifestyle brand Eddie Bauer finally made a home in NYC with a new Union Square flagship store. 100 Fifth Ave., eddiebauer.com By Melissa Kravitz, Brittany Hamlett-Concepcion and Ariel Kanter Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.