Spanning both villages, this downtown street has come into its own when it comes to shopping. Plus, there’s a Magnolia Bakery. [The Feast]

  • Alexis Bittar

    353 Bleecker St | (212) 727-1093A few steps from sweet-with-an-edge Sucre, find this more mainstream (but just as pleasing) house of bling.

  • Marc Jacobs

    385 Bleecker St. | (212) 924-6126Jacobs has adopted the entire block: A string of shops for women and kids mean that the whole family can outfit themselves in MJ without leaving the street.

  • Brunello Cucinelli

    379 Bleecker St. | (212) 627-9202One of the street’s luxer options, this ready-to-wear nook offers cashmere accessories and knits, pocket squares, and a host of Italian-crafted accessories.

  • Cynthia Rowley

    376 Bleecker St. | (212) 242-3803A shop as packed with girly-girl frocks as it is with friendly girls wearing them. Rowley makes frequent cameos, too.

  • Michael Kors

    384 Bleeker Street | (212) 242-0700This new-ish downtown outpost of the all-American designer feels right at home, probably because Kors himself is a native of the neighborhood.

  • Mulberry

    387 Bleecker St. | (888) 685-6856Shop the Alexa (as in Chung, obviously), or one of the brand’s other, more classic styles in this pint-size handbag haven.

  • Sucre

    357 Bleecker St. | (212) 352-1640Funky and chock full of independent local designers, this jewelry shop is both luxe and edgy: The epitome of what we love about downtown boutiques.

  • Zero + Maria Cornejo

    33 Bleecker St. | (212) 925-3849Eco-friendliness aside, the minimalist goods by local designer Maria Cornejo are some of the sleekest and chicest the city has to offer.