I would recommend visiting 5th Avenue.
You'll be surrounded with lots of stores to choose from.http://www.nyctourist.com/shopping_fifthave.htm
After cruising 5th Avenue, go downtown to Soho (South Of Houston).
There, you'll find more stores to visit.
In Noho (North Of Houston) they recently made a Huge Adidas Store
that once was a Car Wash.
Noho, is more Hip Hop clothing, and, Soho is more European clothing.
With the exception of Urban Oufitters in Noho of course.
While, your in Soho, scoot over to West Broadway, and, you'll find
lots of Outdoor Restaurants, shops (D&G, Ralph Lauren for instance)
and artist selling their paintings (If you go there on Sunday) on the
I guess, you might as well check out Macy's too on West 34th &
7th (aka Fashion) Avenue. I rarely go over there (The area is just
too Ghetto for my taste) but, they do have clothing stores about.
There's Lord & Taylor on 38th and 5th Avenue. One of the few Department Stores that believes in upholding the Department Store Tradition.
Lord & Taylor, is more a loner in it's area (More Computer Stores than
Apparel) so, it would be bests to vist that store when you go to 5th
I know I'm forgeting someplace else.
Columbus Circle Mallhttp://www.shopsatcolumbuscircle.com...ser/index.aspx
More Elegant, so, less stores cluttered on the floor. Across the street
from Central Park.
If you like Abercrombie
You can go to South Street Seaport.
Basically a little cobble stone road shopping center around the Wall
Street Area. Nothing special, but, you can see the Peking Shiphttp://www.southstreetseaport.com/html/
Speaking of Wall Street, Century 21, is not to far from there. on
Cortlandt Street, across the street from where the World Trade Center
I hope your staying at least a week, for I'm pretty sure I forgot
some other places