Tour of the Week: Garment District

Those outside New York City might not be able to pinpoint the Garment District on a map, but if you're at all interested in fashion, you've almost certainly seen it on TV. Project Runway fan? Staples of the show, including Mood Fabrics, Atlas Apartments, and Parsons the New School for Design, are all located within the boundaries of the Garment District. Follow the goings-on at New York Fashion Week? Until recently (when organizers moved the event to Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center) those famous "tents" were erected at Bryant Park, which--you guessed it!--is part of the Garment District.
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Ask a New York Stylist: Versatile Weekend Wardrobe

Be sure to check out Rebecca's newest shopping column over at Ask a New Yorker. The challenge this week? Creating a work-and-play wardrobe for a weekend in Atlantic City.

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Ask a New York Stylist

Looking for fashion advice? Check out Seek founder Rebecca Frey's new weekly shopping and style column, Ask a New York Stylist, which will appear every Tuesday over at Ask a New Yorker.
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Shop and Explore on Seek's SoHo Walking Tour!

Seek's SoHo New York Shopping Tour is a neighborhood-specific NYC walking tour. On this SoHo walking tour, participants will have the opportunity explore trendy, "only in NYC" clothing and accessory shops and the SoHo flagships of major designers and mass-market retailers while walking the cobblestone-lined streets of the SoHo Cast Iron Historic District. Read More...
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New York Ladies' Mile Shopping Tour

Take Seek’s video tour of the Ladies’ Mile Historic District, then sign up to see it in person! Read More...
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A Note on Shopping Tours

You might have our recent post about how to determine whether your shopping tour guide is legally licensed by the Department of Consumer Affairs. If you're booking a general sightseeing tour of the city's popular tourist destinations, anyone with a valid guide's license should be able to show you around town. But what if you're in the market for a shopping tour?

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