With its world-renowned department stores, boutique shops, high-fashion and outlet centers, New York City has a well-deserved reputation as one of the world's great shopping destinations. From trendy to practical and whimsical to essential, here's where to shop and what to buy in New York's unique shopping districts.Midtown
It may not have the swank factor of SoHo, but the Midtown shopping district, which includes the Times Square area, is chock-full of the city's must-visit stores. There's Macy’s on 34th and Broadway, a massive department store that's home to the famous Thanksgiving Day Parade. Further up and to the east, you’ll find the upscale Bloomingdales department store on 59th and Lexington. Saks Fifth Avenue is an upscale department store that has amazing window decorations for the holidays. Tiffany’s on 57th and Fifth Avenue is frequented by locals and tourists - even if you can't afford the prices, it’s a great place to window shop. Also in this area, Niketown boasts a huge selection of sneakers and wear. The Coach House flagship store is located here and has beautiful leather goods and an especially a great selection of hand bags. The Disney Store, LEGO Store, Midtown Comics, American Girl Place, and MoMa Design are also worth a visit.