Get your wardrobe in shape for summer!

Book by 6/1 and save 15% on a personal styling session with Seek! Read More...
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Think Spring!

It’s a cold and snowy day in NYC, but spring is right around the corner! So, while you’re stuck inside sipping hot chocolate and watching the snow fall, why not start planning for your spring getaway to NYC? Read More...
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Lincoln Center Sculptures

If you’re visiting New York City this fall, be sure to stop by Lincoln Center to see Aaron Curry’s “Melt to Earth” sculpture series, currently on display on the plaza. The New York Times has some additional details on the outdoor exhibit, which runs through January 6th, 2013.
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New York City, Fashion, and the Civil War

July 1-3 marks the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, often described as the turning point of the Civil War. And while New York City might seem worlds away from the battlefields of Pennsylvania, the city’s garment industry played an important part in the war. The war, in turn, played a significant role in the development of the American garment industry. Here are just a few of the fascinating intersections between New York City, Fashion, and the Civil War: Read More...
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A little weekend inspiration...

NYC Brownstones

“I love New York, even though it isn’t mine, the way something has to be, a tree or a street or a house, something, anyway, that belongs to me because I belong to it.”

--Truman Capote

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New York Boutique Shopping Tour

Conde Nast Traveler recently included the Upper West Side on its list of “neighborhoods you can skip” while shopping in NYC. Well, we could not disagree more! The Upper West Side is brimming with fun boutiques for women and children (and a few “hidden gems” for men, too!) and Columbus Avenue is quickly gaining a reputation as a Madison Avenue of the west side. Why would you want to skip all of that? Read More...
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New York Fashion District

A blend of history and hands-on shopping, Seek's New York Fashion District Tour is the perfect introduction to fabric shopping in the Big Apple. It’s the perfect tour for crafters and home seamstresses eager to discover resources outside of the “big box” craft stores they’re accustomed to purchasing from in their hometowns. Read More...
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Citi Bike Chic

The big news here in NYC at the moment is Citi Bike, the city’s brand-new bike sharing program. Unveiled on May 27, Citi Bike makes 6,000 rental bicycles available to New Yorkers who might not need to own a bike (or have room to store one in their tiny apartment!) With thousands of riders already on the streets and major program expansions planned for the next few years, New York City is in the midst of a major bicycle renaissance. Read More...
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Yes, Buddy, there really WAS a Gimbels!

Spend some time flipping channels this holiday season, and you’re sure to stumble upon at least one television broadcast of the movie Elf. In recent years, the 2003 Will Ferrell flick has joined classic films like Miracle on 34th Street and A Christmas Story as a “must see” holiday tradition. Read More...
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Gift Shopping for Your Guy?

Check out Seek founder Rebecca Frey's expert shopping advice on this CBS New York piece about holiday gifts to avoid: Read More...
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New York City is open for business!

The lights are on, the rink is open, and Christmas is right around the corner. If you're planning a holiday trip to the Big Apple, NOW is the perfect time to book a Holiday Shopping Tour! Public tours begin on December 2nd and continue through the 23rd. Tickets are $36/person (free for children age 8 and under) and space is limited, so reserve your spot today! Read More...
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Coming to NYC this Christmas?

Why not make Seek’s Holiday Shopping Tour a part of your trip?

During this seasonal New York shopping and sightseeing tour, you'll see the Christmas decorations at famous NYC department stores, visit the Rockefeller Christmas Tree and skating rink, and pick up unique gifts at one of the city's many holiday markets. Along the way you'll learn the history of New York's Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Eve traditions from a licensed New York City Sightseeing Guide, avid shopper, and longtime New Yorker.
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In Memory of Nora Ephron...

The 91st Street Community Garden was the setting of a pivotal scene in writer/director Ephron’s 1998 romantic comedy You’ve Got Mail. The garden, located in Riverside Park on Manhattan's west side, is lovingly maintained by a group of volunteers known as The Garden People, and blooms annually from spring to fall: Read More...
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Seek in the Spotlight!

It's vacation time, and if you haven't made plans to visit New York City, you should! From Central Park to Coney Island, there is plenty to see and do in NYC during the long, sunny days of summer. And of course, your trip would not be complete without a shopping tour with Seek! Read More...
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Tour of the Week: Arts & Crafts

Seek’s Arts & Crafts Tour is an NYC shopping tour artists Etsyians, and just about anyone else who enjoys getting a little bit "crafty" in their spare time. Are you seriously into scrapbooking? Nuts about knitting? This tour is for you. Read More...
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Hot Off the Presses!

Seek is proud to offer two brand new shopping tours for the upcoming summer travel season: Read More...
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Wanna Shop Like an Insider?

The sign on this wholesale jewelry store says "Merchants Only," but will they let you in anyway? At Seek, we know the ins and outs of the wholesale district, including which stores are open to the public. Take an NYC Bargain Hunting Tour or Makeup & Accessories shopping tour and see the Seek advantage for yourself!
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What Should I Wear to a Broadway Show?

These days at the theatre, almost anything goes. (No pun intended!) Pay attention and you'll notice audience members in jeans and tee shirts, suits and ties, little black dresses, and just about everything in between. A good rule of thumb is to choose an outfit that you'd wear to a business meeting, a church service, or dinner at a nice restaurant.
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