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by Jill Fairchild Melhado,Dina Clason

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Jill Fairchild Melhado,Dina Clason
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Graphic Image Inc. (October 23, 2000)
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Where to Wear New York 2001. by Jill Fairchild and Dina Clason.

Where to Wear New York 2001. In short it's packed with all the information you'll need to look and feel great.

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Jill Fairchild is the daughter of the fashion world legend and W magazine founder John Fairchild

Jill Fairchild is the daughter of the fashion world legend and W magazine founder John Fairchild.

Jill Fairchild Melhado, daughter of fashion world legend and W magazine founder John Fairchild, interned at Glamour, GQ and Vogue. Series: Where to Wear: Los Angeles. Paperback: 208 pages. Publisher: Where to Wear Global (January 15, 2002).

The New York Times Archives. View on timesmachine. This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in 1996. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems.

by Melhado, Jill Fairchild. Publisher: Where to Wear. Publish date: 12/01/2002.

Book by Fairchild and, Jill, Gallagher, Gerri. Book Description Where to Wear Global 2003-10-01, 2003.

Second edition of New York City's most popular shopping guide. Where to Wear 2001 is bigger and better than ever with an additional 200 store listings, a website shopping directory, a guide to in-store restaurants and other convenient lunch spots, a glossary of fashion terms, as well as detailed maps to point shoppers in the right direction. In short it's packed with all the information you'll need to look and feel great.
  • Keath
My girlfriend and I used her copy to shop the after Christmas sales in Manhattan, and this handy little guide was THE BEST! We're just tourists from a few hours south, but I imagine that foreign visitors with even minimal knowledge of English would find "Where to Wear" helpful. Stores are conveniently grouped by district and type/category. We plotted our course through as many designer stores as we could fit into 2 shopping days and thanks to the accuracy in the descriptions, know we saved precious shopping time and shoe leather. I even found a great hair salon for my next trip!
  • Anyshoun
Without a doubt, the best written, best researched, most informative book of its kind. It includes all the basic information; but contains tons of witty and useful tips. Also terrific breakdowns of where to find what by category and neighborhood. Clearly, Ms. Melhado and Ms. Clason spend too much time shopping...but for our benefit. The best stocking stuffer I found this Christmas. Last-minute updates and website information are very useful. Look forward to each yearly edition!
  • Iesha
Heads up you shopping mavens and tourists alike! This is one jewel of a book you all must add to your collection of city guides. It's incredibly user-friendly, chock-a-block full of informational tid-bits and snappy commentary. Not only that but it's like having your own directory of all the stores in NY (addresses, telephone numbers, etc.) and it fits into your hip Fendi baguette, your Sergio Rossi tote or your Matt Nye cross bag! If you ever wonder where to go to find that special little something to fit the bill - this one's for you! It just makes you want to walk around in Melhado's and Clason's mules for a day...
Well done! It's a winner.
  • Gann
The "Where to Wear" guide is like having your own personal shopper. I appreciate the guide's clever store descriptions, complete with store hours and locations. It's well organized, witty, and comes in a slim, easy-to-shop with, size. The guide's handy catagories, such as "best picks" and "best kept secrets" lead me to some real gems (like a pair of striped Louboutin mules!) This guide is a must for those who want to shop New York.
  • Xal
WHERE TO WEAR is NOT just for tourists. I've lived in NYC for over 15 years and this is the book I've been searching for. It has every address, phone number and store hour that I could possibly need. It now sits right next to my NYC phone book and Zagat's guide beside my phone! This is a MUST for tourists and New York natives alike!