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If you're coming to New York City to shop, plan to set aside at least a few days to see all of the city has to offer. For shorter stays, must-hit neighborhoods include Nolita, Meatpacking, the West Village, and Williamsburg—and, thanks to recent newcomers, b>Murray Hill and the Upper West Side.
After the jump, see our map of the ten stores you definitely need to hit up before returning back to LA, ranging from the high-end stores all the way uptown to the best indie jewelry store in Brooklyn and one major fast fashion flagship.